Most of the leaders of the newly independent states that were to form the new Commonwealth believed that under the imperialist system, Britain had grown rich at the expense of her colonies. They were certain that with independence their economies, organized on broadly socialist lines, would prosper. Bold five-year plans and foreign policies based on non-alignment and international co-operation would lead to social and economic justice and rapid and relatively painless development.
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