World: Visitor at Yale

Between the Conservative and Labor programs lies a third way for Britain—the Liberal Party. Small but spunky, it has not held power since the Lloyd George Cabinet in World War I. But in the past year, the Liberals have made impressive gains in local elections and in national by-elections proved to be a dangerous stealer of votes from both Labor and the Tories. The big parties now face the possibility that in a general election the Liberals may hold the balance of power.

Last week in New Haven, Conn., where he was Yale's second Chubb...

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