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Full text of "The Struggle For Peace"


The provisional Agreement 'with Italy was stigmatised by the
Opposition as " morally repugnant and degrading" " The
Prime Minister" Mr. Attlee declared, " is widely and justly
distrusted in the country, and he -will not get away by the kind of
practice he has put in operation to-day" Mr. Chamberlain,
howeveri disregarding criticism and abuse alike, persisted in
his policy, knowing well the strength of the forces—so long
accumulating—that were threatening to plunge the world into
the irretrievable disaster of another great war. On izth May,
at the annual Conference of Women s Conservative Associations
at the Albert Hall, he again explained his policy.