[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Mrs. Mary Moar to the author, June 21, 1949.
2
Burton J. Hendrick, The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page (Garden City, 1922), I, 155.
Hendrick
155
I
The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page
1922
3
Labour Party, Labour Believes in Britain (London, 1949), 3.
Labour Party
3
Labour Believes in Britain
1949
4
Conservative Party, The Right Road for Britain (London, 1949), 41.
Conservative Party
41
The Right Road for Britain
1949
5
Labour Party, Towards Tomorrow, No. 2. Public Ownership the Next Step (London, 1948), 6.
Labour Party
6
Towards Tomorrow, No. 2. Public Ownership the Next Step
1948
6
Report of the Forty-eighth Annual Conference of the Labour Party (London, 1949), 130.
130
Report of the Forty-eighth Annual Conference of the Labour Party (London, 1949)
1949
7
Quentin Hogg, The Case for Conservatism (West Drayton, 1947), 165.
Hogg
165
The Case for Conservatism
1947
8
R. A. Butler, Fundamental Issues (London, 1946), 6.
Butler
6
Fundamental Issues
1946
9
Conservative Party, Work: A Report on the Future of British Industry (London, 1944), 18.
Conservative Party
18
Work: A Report on the Future of British Industry
1944
10
Gerald Whitmarsh, "Towards Economic Democracy," Liberal Magazine, LVI, No. 624 (February, 1948), 44.
Whitmarsh
624
44
LVI
Liberal Magazine
1948
11
Professor Reginald R. Betts to the author, November 18, 1949.
12
Report of the Forty-seventh Annual Conference of the Labour Party (London, 1948), 23.
23
Report of the Forty-seventh Annual Conference of the Labour Party (London, 1948)
1948
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