The Cautious Revolution

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The Cautious Revolution

By Ernest Watkins
Farrar, Straus, 1950
456 pp. $5.00

This book, written primarily for Americans by a B.B.C. news commentator and staff writer on The Economist, tells the story of Britain under the Labor Government between July 1945 and February 1950. While not a technical study, it contains much useful information on the economic developments as well as critical observations on Government and Opposition leaders.

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