GREAT BRITAIN: Churchill to Britons

In the second half of his world broadcast this week, Winston Churchill told his people how they might have postwar peace and prosperity at home. Said the Prime Minister: "I am very much attracted to the idea that we should make and proclaim what might be called a Four-Year Plan. Four years seems to me to be the right length for a period of transition and reconstruction which will follow the downfall of Hitler." In general but noble terms, Winston Churchill then enunciated the foundations on which he thought the Plan should be constructed.

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