_ Britain's Labor Party went to the hustings in 1945 with an election program titled, "Let Us Face the Future." Hopeful Britons swept Clement Attlee and the Laborites in with a 195-seat majority in Parliament. Last week, as Britain prepared for another general election, agile Laborite publicity men were right on hand with a new manifesto. The title this time: "Let Us Win Through Together." One of the authors wryly admitted, "It's a little long, but we needed to say all that."

The manifesto, a twelve-page pamphlet, had a red & white cover and a red & white program inside....

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