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10th September 1937
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Europe

versus THE WRECKER The peace of the world is now visibly tottering. Can it be saved at the eleventh hour? We believe that it can be, but we almost despair of finding a statesman......

Bevin And Citrine

These veteran leaders of British Labour have shown at Norwich a deplorable timidity and a lack of trust in the commonsense of the British working-man which bodes ill for their......

Science And Magic

In the course of an address to the anthropology section of the British Association, Professor John Murphy of Manchester attributed a magical origin to various actions brought......

Week I3y Week

WHAT ARE SCIENTISTS WORTH ? They Try To Lead Where They Should Serve T.U. Congress And Dictators' Meeting By The Editor The aim of the annual meetings of the British......

Alew `things Nd Old

By BERNARD WALL To most men the political divisions of Europe today are revoltin g . In America I found hardly anybody who could understand the complacency with which nearly all......

In A Few Words

Spanish Treasures A LL lovers of art and of Spain's inheri tance will have read with thankfulness Sir Frederic Kenyon's report of his recent visit to Red Spain. The amount of......

Recent Remarks

Wise and Otherwise " The editor also is entitled to a livin g wa g e."—The Guildsman. "The function of the churches should be to teach a Christian use of birth control."—Claud......