on the causes and conduct of the Spanish Civil War which Mr. J. McGovern, M.P. (Soc., Glasgow) and Ms. Douglas Jerrold held last Sunday in Glasgow is perforce only an impression. Nothing was debated. Only two sides were expressed. No point was gained by one over another. Only occasional embarrassment, which was skilfully eluded, was registered.
Mr. Jerrold's declaration that " I deal with facts . . Mr. McGovern is an
idealist " seemed justified. His was the more direct case, but Mr. McGovern is a brilliant side-tracker.