The British Economy: Crisis and Structural Change
The 1960s have seen the British economy in a whole succession of open crises. It is high time that some attempt be made to analyse what basic developments in the Conservative decade of the 1950s have culminated in the complex crisis of recent years. This is vital, too, for any adequate understanding of probable developments in the national economy and of the alternative economic policies which are now being offered in so many fields—not least that of external relations, where the issues have been dramatised by the abortive bid for Common Market entry.
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