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Foreign News: The Politics of Squatting

British Communists reached for the leadership of Britain's Squatter Movement (TIME, Sept. 2). Into two blocks of swank Kensington flats and eight adjoining...

Foreign News: Rejected Thought

Towering, silver-haired, pink-faced Sir William Davison, 69, is a peppery, ultra-conservative M.P. who looks like an Esquire illustration of elderly, tweedy...

Religion: The Side of the Serpent

Scientists, once so sure that they were leading mankind out of religious darkness, do not stress the point these days, and churchmen are speaking out quite...

Foreign News: Coil & Recoil

With the coiling inclusiveness of a political anaconda, Winston Churchill threw a generous loop over Clement R. Attlee last week. The Prime Minister invited his...

GREAT BRITAIN: The New Cabinet

Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee all but completed his Government. But he had had to scrape the Labor Party barrel for experienced talent. By week's end the...

CONFERENCE: Minuet in Potsdam

War's thunder trailed off into a tinkling minuet. The dust of Sidi Barrani, Stalingrad and Aachen had dissolved; and there, as in a dream, were the clipped...

Foreign News: Cuckooed Conservative

In Scotland April Fooling is called "hunting the gowk" (cuckoo). Last week on All Fool's Day His Majesty's Loyal Opposition in the House of Commons made of...

GREAT BRITAIN: The Winners

It was the biggest electoral upset in British history. When Britain's sealed ballot boxes were broken open for the count last week, it was found that the Labor...

CONFERENCES: Potsdam Gleanings

Because Potsdam secrecy remained inviolate last week, the work of 150 diplomatic reporters in Berlin had the fragmentary quality of a country newspaper...

Canada: NEWFOUNDLAND: The Road Back

From the days when their forebears followed John Cabot to carve a rocky cornerstone for Britain's overseas empire, Newfoundlanders have been a hardy,...

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