Great Britain: Wilson Barks Back

"Watch it," warned an angry Harold Wilson in a closed-door meeting last week. "Every dog is allowed one bite. But a different view is taken of a dog that goes on biting all the time. Its license might not be renewed."

The British Prime Minister was not speaking to Ho Chi Minh, Charles de Gaulle or Ted Heath but to members of his own party. They were 60 or so dissident, left-wing Labor M.P.s who for months have been snapping at Wilson's policies. The rebels have outspokenly opposed his stands on Viet Nam (too hard), Rhodesia (too soft), the wage...

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