Foreign News: With Qualifications

After four years of British Socialism, the Tory party last week opened a major campaign to persuade the voters that it was time for a change—but not much change. The Conservatives issued a 68-page booklet called The Right Road for Britain. Its theme was familiar to Americans who remembered how Wendell Willkie and Thomas E. Dewey tried to beat the Roosevelt New Deal. The Tories promised to keep most of the reforms the Labor Party had introduced; but they would carry them out better, and cheaper.

The Right Road for Britain took a stand against nationalization of industry. (The Laborites have also...

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