The Labor Party Prepares For Power
AbstractThe Labor Party expects a general election within twelve months and hopes to win it. This is the outstanding fact that emerges from the two conferences—the Trades Union Congress in Douglas and the Labor Party in Margate—that took place in September. The new program that was adopted at Margate—the original draft, Challenge to Britain, being only slightly amended-was that of a party which is preparing for power and is ready to accept compromises for the sake of unity in the face of the enemy.
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