Page 8, 12th March 1937

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The Appeal To Christianity

The commonest, the most plausible and the most fundamental criticism of the Catholic reaction to the Spanish conflict is simply that it is unchristian, or, more pointedly,......

M. Blum's Surrender

A few weeks ago it was rumoured that M. Blum was about to dismiss his finance minister and allow financial orthodoxy to have its way. But nothing came of it then because, so it......

The Premiership

The long rumoured retirement of Mr. Baldwin at Christmas is now almost officially announced, together with Mr. Chamberlain's succession to the post to be vacated. The time for a......

The German Claim To Colonies

Herr Ribbentrop's threatening speech at Leipzig on Germany's demand for the return of her colonies, was a model of how an ambassador should not do it. But the balance of......

Construction Versus Dissolution

Numerous reports come in to confirm the impression that Red Spain is in dissolution. One of them gives a vivid impression of Syndicalist and Anarchist bosses possessed of......

The Elections In India

The results of the provincial elections in India under the new Constitution have placed the Congress Party in a curious position. It had pledged itself to have nothing to do......

Vitamins Out Of Place

When vitamins were first popularised in this country, it was impressed upon us that, whereas the nutritive value of food had hitherto been measured in units that had, as a rule,......

In A Few Words

Addis-Ababa W ELL-WISHERS to Italy and Italian Fascism will be troubled by the reply given in the House by Lord Cranborne to the Member who suggested that the reprisals after......

Recent Remarks

Wise and Otherwise " I do not believe in the theory that guns go off by themselves."—Lord Rankeillour. "We have the hope and the certainty of soon establishing a Communist......