GREAT BRITAIN: After the Flesh

To the 1,255 delegates at the Labor Party's 46th annual conference last week, seaside Margate looked like a dream coming true for every British working man and his family. The sparkling air smelled as clean as lavender, and the tulips were out in golden profusion. Margate was something every Briton should have more of, and wasn't that what the Labor Party was after?

Or was it? The delegates at Margate did not seem to know just what they wanted. Was it more power for the workers, or more planning by the state? The...

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