A study concerned with the effort, in 1960 and 1961, of the British unilateral nuclear disarmament movement to capture control of the Labour Party. The author shows why this effort failed and indicates that, as a result of this failure, the radical wing of the unilateralist movement now intends to achieve its objective by direct attacks on the government itself.
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