GREAT BRITAIN: No Hand at the Helm?

Winston Churchill made a radio speech last week, his first to the British nation since the Tories were defeated in the 1945 election. More than at any time in the last two years, the British public wanted to know what, specifically, the Tories would do if they had power. Churchill was vague: "We would give you promptly and in good time the decisions which are necessary. . . ." He promised to "attack restrictive practices of all kinds." What the British wanted to know was how he planned to do that. Even his best wishers could not pretend that...

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