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Last week "Former Naval Person" Winston Churchill spat angry words against a high wind. The Labor government, said he, "has forced the British people to live in a fool's purgatory upon the generous grants of free enterprise, capitalist America . . . If we are to earn our daily bread in the world, it can only be through the strongest possible individual effort and ingenuity arising from conditions of freedom and fair play."

As broad prophecy, this last might turn out to be true. Churchill, however, had designed the statement for...

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