GREAT BRITAIN: Fundamental Quarrels

Opposition Leader Winston Churchill last week gave the Tory party the slogan for which it had been fumbling: "The People v. the Socialists."

To the Conservatives' Central Council he made the issue splendidly plain. Socialism now was not a radical specter with which to frighten commonsensical Britons at election time; it must be presented now as a bureaucratic barrier between Britons and the better life they wanted.

In tenebrous tones Churchill surveyed the Spartan boundaries of Labor's promised land. "All enterprise, all initiative is baffled and fettered. The queues are longer, the faces are longer, the shelves are barer, the shops are...

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