Great Britain: The Future of Half the World

With elections due in the fall, both major parties in Britain were beginning to nip at one another's heels. There was not all that much to argue about. Labor M.P. James Callaghan, economics spokesman in the shadow cabinet, rose in the Commons to express shock at the hardly startling discovery that several large corporations were funneling money into Conservative Party coffers. For their part, the Tories were trying to force Labor to discuss details of its plans for nationalization, which Harold Wilson's men have been deliberately vague about; in the end, Deputy Leader...

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