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Keith Kyle

Keith Kyle is Washington correspondent of The Economist , of London. He took his degree in history at Oxford, where he studied under A. J. P. Taylor. This article is taken from a talk he gave over the B.B.C. some months ago on “The Third Program,” a kind of intelligent man’s radio service which unfortunately has no U.S. counterpart.

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An English observer says our party workings, patronage, sheriffs., and grand juries are museum pieces from Britain’s past