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Literary: Articles: Daily Mail., Mar 1935 - Nov 1935

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/519

Scope and Contents

Proofs and press cuttings of the following articles by WSC: "To-day's Great Problems at Home and Abroad" on the threat of war; "The Grave Weakness of Britain's Defences" on the need to build up the Forces; "The Miracle of Our Balanced Budgets" on changes to the economy since 1929, and the contradictions between economic problems and a balanced budget; "Is Parliament Merely a Talking Shop?" on government by debate and the influence of Socialist and Irish members of Parliament; "What is the Future of Ireland?" on Irish Nationalism; "The Moral of the Jubilee" on the duty to guard the freedom of the constitution; "Roosevelt and the Future of the New Deal" on Franklin Roosevelt and the faltering economy of the United States; "Election Ahead - and the same old Voting System" on the need for proportional representation in the cities, a compulsory vote and extra votes for householders; "The Constitutions of Great Britain and the United States" on American political deadlock versus British fluidity; "Seven Pillars of Wisdom" reviewing T E Lawrence's book; "Haig - the Man they Trusted" reviewing Duff Cooper's edition of 1st Lord Haig's diaries; "The Fight at Epping" on WSC's general election campaign; "Britain's Security is the Vital Issue" on defence in the general election.Also includes: a note by Martin Gilbert [1970's].


  • Mar 1935 - Nov 1935

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