‘In a world of voluble hates, he plotted to make men like, or at least tolerate, one another.’ Who is the famous Englishman historian G.M. Trevelyan is referring to in this line?

Answer: Stanley Baldwin, British Prime Minister in the 1930s. Baldwin was renowned for his jovial and optimistic personality, often amist incredible travails and difficulties.

Source: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography by Lawrence Goldman

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