GREAT BRITAIN: Battle of the Manifestoes

Britain's Sir Anthony Eden last week officially moved bag and baggage into the Prime Minister's residence. Legally he has only a three weeks' lease on 10 Downing Street, but he is counting heavily on a five-year renewal at the general election, May 26. On their side, the Laborites were making plans to blast him right out again. They chose the biggest weapon they could find—the H-bomb, which had come near to blasting Labor's own ranks less than two months ago when Party Leader Clement Attlee and rebellious Nye Bevan fought about it in the House of Commons.

All that, however, was...

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