BRITAIN: Is That All Right, Jack?

Labor Leader Harold Wilson began Britain's election campaign last week in search of additional votes that would bring him back to 10 Downing Street with a majority rather than a minority government. For a time, though, it seemed as if Wilson was off to a bad start. First of all, Lord Chalfont, a Labor peer who held sub-Cabinet posts in Wilson's first two administrations, resigned from the party to protest what he called the trade unions' "virtual dominance" of party policy. Then Sir Leonard Neale, former chairman of a Labor government Commission...

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