For two years asperitous, 65-year-old Sir William Beveridge waited in vain for the Government to implement his famed social security report. Last week, his patience exhausted, he forsook Oxford to take his plan to Parliament himself. He will stand as a Liberal, is virtually assured of election under the wartime party truce. Soon he will have another rod in pickle for the Government: his new Plan for Full Employment in a Free Society.


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