People: Aug. 17, 1970

Only eight weeks ago, Harold Wilson was riding high; he was leader of his country, had a house with a prestigious address and drew a salary of $36,600 a year. Then, in one short election day, he lost his job, his house and much of his income. Now things are looking up again for the liberal statesman. For the inside story of his ruling years, Wilson will receive close to $250,000—more than he made during his six years as England's Prime Minister.

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