GREAT BRITAIN: The Question at Holborn

What is the use of being a famous race and nation . . . if at the end of the-week you cannot pay your housekeeping bill?

—Sir Winston Churchill

In little more than two years of power, Sir Winston Churchill has led Britain from the edge of bankruptcy to an upward slope. Pledged to free Britain of her Socialist shackles, the Tories have ended a lot of controls. Britain's gold and dollar reserves are up; rationing is all but ended, and in the shops there is meat for all. But taxes are still so high as to discourage initiative, and Britain's...

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