A letter to the editor from the Grantham Journal:
“Peace and War.”
To the Editor of the Journal.
Sir,– I have quite a lot that I should like to say to your readers on the subject of “Peace and War.”
I dare not, after your past kindnesses, ask you to do more than allow me to compliment the Rev. H.E. Stancliffe for having the courage to tell his audience that “they must end war, or war would end them.” To this I wish he had added that those who bared their heads for the two minutes’ silence will refuse to pay taxes for the maintenance of the fighting forces after .
I am, Sir, yours truly,
Harvey W[illiam]. Warren.
62, North-parade, Grantham,
Warren was the author of “Key to a World Peace,” a booklet advocating a program of mutual national disarmament overseen by an international supreme court which would also adjudicate international disputes.