GREAT BRITAIN: The Opposition Rises

Winston Churchill returned to London last week from a tour of Belgium. There he had been cheered and feted and wined for his triumphs of war leadership. His return to the political wars at home was not triumphal. The leader of His Majesty's Loyal Opposition was on a hot spot, heated by men of his own Conservative Party.

For weeks, younger Tory M.P.s had sat angrily silent while Clement Attlee's Labor Government poured in a barrage of bills and plans for the socialization of Britain. They had waited & waited for their own...

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