[Ted Grant Archive - Update] Masses losing confidence in boss class government - Labour leaders hold workers back

While every effort was being made by the Labour (and Communist) leaders to uphold the national government, the mood among the masses was changing. A series of local elections in May 1942 revealed that radical left mood was developing of opposition to the government and where left candidates stood they got good results.

While every effort was being made by the Labour (and Communist) leaders to uphold the national government, the mood among the masses was changing. A series of local elections in May 1942 revealed that radical left mood was developing of opposition to the government and where left candidates stood they got good results.

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