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Harris Expects More Sacrifices for Britain

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The Tory government faces new crises in 1951-52, and will have to demand sacrifices by its people despite rising output, Seymour E. Harris '20, professor of Economics, predicted yesterday. However, he believes that the British will probably get money more easily from Washington with Churchill now doing the asking.

The change in leadership will not mean the end of Britain's "austerity" program, Harris said. He expects defense outlays to go up another 60 per cent under the new regime.

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