Britain's Political Future

August 1944
New Republic;8/14/44, Vol. 111 Issue 7, p179
Focuses on the scope of the British Labor Party to win in the next general elections. Leadership of Ernest Bevin, the Minister of Labor, and Herbert Morrison, the Minister of Home Security, in the Party, to impose the hardships of industrial conscription and compulsory fire-watching on the British people; Role of the coalition government in an emergency war situation.


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