Threat to the Tories

Burnet, Alastair
June 1962
New Republic;6/25/62, Vol. 146 Issue 26, p9
Reports on the political situation in Great Britain during the 1959 election. Victory of the Labour Party against the Tories; Failure of the Tories to expand the economy of the country; Reduction of deficit of British Railways; Political implications of the revival of the Liberal Party; Affluence of the middle class due to wage inflation, overtime earnings and jobs on the side; Desire of Great Britain to join the European Economic Community.


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