The last years of Macmillan and his successor, Home, were years when there was increasing doubt about the Conservative agenda. Some, even among Conservatives, believed Britain had fallen prey to materialism and decadence. Many others were convinced urgent reforms were needed if the country was to keep up with its competitors.
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