A DEEP student of human affairs once said that the great struggles of history were not between Right and Wrong, but between the Right and the Partially Right. There is a depth of meaning in that remark, and there is no better example of it than the controversy which broke out in Britain following Mr. Eden’s resignation.By Beverley Baxter18 min
ALWAYS eager to lend a helping hand to those in distress, Parade has gone to no end of trouble definitely to ascertain the officially correct pronunciation of the new name for our sister nation in the British Commonwealth which used to be known as the Irish Free State.
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