Wyatt, Woodrow
September 1952
New Republic;9/1/52, Vol. 127 Issue 9, p15
This article presents information on the labor party in Great Britain. The Labour Party is an idealistic party. It hopes for a really better world. At home it has been astonishingly successful in realizing its ideals against formidable opposition. Its members do not think that they have created a Socialist Britain, but they can see and feel that the postwar Labour Governments made remarkable progress toward that end. Doctrine plays its part in Labour policy, but the driving force is idealism. Most members of the Labour Party in 1945 were convinced that Britain could have averted the last war by a better foreign policy. They believed that they should have led the world in abandoning imperialism and power-politics and that we should have extended the hand of friendship to Russia.


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