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Lord Radcliffe, a Lord of appeal for fifteen years and chairman of some of the most important tribunals of our time, is known to be a most eloquent speaker and a witty writer.
Here is a selection of his thoughts, spoken and written during the past twenty years. His subjects include the law and the layman, censorship (he was director General of the Ministry of Information during the War), patronage of the arts, India, Kipling, Shakespeare, and tributes to C.S. Gulbenkian, Brendan Bracken and other friends.
The book contains a long introduction by Lord Radcliffe himself; and the title is taken from Sir Thomas More:-