British Elections

Mosetting, Michael D.
October 1974
New Republic;10/12/74, Vol. 171 Issue 15, p14
Presents information on the political and economic development before the forthcoming election in Great Britain; Description of the spending capacity of people in spite of price hike; Information on the condition of public transportation; Comment on the survival of parliamentary democracy; Expansion of the welfare state and mixed economy; Information that the Liberal third party collected only 14 seats in the House of Commons compared with 301 for Labor and 297 for the Tories; Comment on the nationalistic movement.


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