C.R. Attlee (Head of British the Labour Party) gives a sympathetic address to the public?
SLATE INFORMATION: Major C.R. Attlee Leader of the Socialist Party
Attlee speaks to the public before reelection to the Labour Party in 1935. Topics include opposition to current government spending, wartime, homeland safety, patriotism, and health care. Interesting soundbite - "We must not rest until every home in the land is a home of comfort, plenty, and security". Politician, leader, patriot, election, war, Socialism, 1930s, 1930's, nineteen thirties.
Background: C.R. Attlee (Head of British the Labour Party) gives a sympathetic address to the public regarding social issues.