GREAT BRITAIN: The Next Foreign Secretary?

October's bright blue weather smiled on British Laborites as they met at Brighton for their annual conference last week. To the delegates, aglow with the latest poll, which showed 52% of the country's voters favoring Labor, their return to power seemed only a question of waiting for a general election (which Prime Minister Harold Macmillan understandably declared he has no intention of calling before 1960).

Day before, Aneurin Bevan, the man who will be Foreign Secretary in any new Labor government, laid down his views at a preconference rally. Bevan had just come back from a tour in which he met...

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