Why Britain's Laborites Are Frantically Wooing BusinessBy
On Apr. 29, Britain's Labor Party is likely to vote to quash the controversial clause in its constitution calling for the "common ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange." Expunging this bit of Marxist dogma may not seem like a big deal, but it will be a landmark victory for Labor's leader, Tony Blair. The telegenic 42-year-old has been struggling for years to drag his party back into Britain's mainstream.
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