Why Was There a Consensus

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In WW2, the National Government proved Ministers from rival parties could effectively work together and that a broad agreement on key policies was possible.

Attlee’s establishment of a mixed economy to curb the excesses of both socialism and capitalism was acceptable to many.

Several of the leading Conservatives, such as Eden and MacMillan, were progressive


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