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(Untitled), 01 Oct 1943

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 20/97B/219-220

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Speech to be made by Herbert Morrison [Home Secretary] on 3 October at Caird Hall, Dundee [Scotland] on post war government policy reminding them of the mistakes that were made after the last war blaming the 1920's slump on the business community wanting to get back to normal and the press who echoed the sentiments of the business world and stating that after this war controls will have to be maintained as goods will be short and the purchasing power will be high, this will have to be controlled through taxes and rationing and industry materials will have to be directed under public control to the places where they are most needed and that the government will have to adopt a programme of full prosperity to create a constructive national purpose.


  • Creation: 01 Oct 1943

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