Has British Labor a Future?

Lee, Jennie
April 1943
New Republic;4/5/43, Vol. 108 Issue 14, p441
Highlights the political crisis in Great Britain. Dilemma of the British Labor Party related to the supporting of the four-year-plan of their Prime Minister Winston Churchill; Drift towards the leftist can been felt all over the country; Benefit of the Communist Party from the whole situation; Creation of the Common Wealth party, a by-product of timid conservative labor leadership; Discussion related to the electoral truce; Case of Central Bristol by-election as a minor skirmish in the wider battle to save the peace; Suggestion that the main thrust of progressive opinion in the labor movement must be directed towards ending the party truce.


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