GREAT BRITAIN: Rare & Refreshing Beveridge!

Not since the day of Munich had the British press given such play to any single story. War news was all but pushed from the pages of London's war-curtailed dail ies. Many of them devoted half their space to news of the document which, in the midst of war, looked forward to a better post-war world. The Beveridge Report, published last week, was the biggest domestic event for Britons in many years.

Sir William Henry Beveridge's report ran to 200,000 words. Work had begun on it 18 months ago, when the white-haired economist...

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