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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 107

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H1(K Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 19G8 Britain's 'Wallace' Worries Politicians S!P JUDGE JAMES STEWART i COUNTY JUDGE , j ' Vf GROUP 2 JL REPUBLICAN YvN- MMM.lrCaap.TM. that appears slightly too big for his slender body. His cold blue eyes look out from a tight-lipped face whose other dominating feature is a dark brown mustache. In the last war he rose from the ranks to be a brigadier general in Intelligence and went into politics after he was demobilized. f. m) economics during which he-pretended he was a chancellor of the exchequer presenting his budget to Parliament. In the course of it he all but dismantled the welfare state, urged a 50 per cent cut in Income tax, the abolition of the capital gains tax, the end of farm price supports and subsidies for the nationalized coal and railroad industries. "Rubbish," pronounced the SundayTimes. But the Sunday Telegraph said Powell was already ahead of the Conservative leadership in ideas. "Powellism," the conserva tive newspaper noted, "is National Capitalism that is to say, capitalism made palatable to the people by mixing it up in the popular mind with national regeneration. ..a master politician, with a magnetic personality, is quite deliberately setting out to use his hold over popular emotions to promote a growing tolerance in the working class for the high social price' of capitalist advance. "This association between love of capitalism and love of country is a new phenomenon In British politics," It added. Powell is 56, with a head already become British cltt zens, should 'be forcibly deported because they are colored people, In an attempt to solve this problem, then that must repudiate absolutely and completely." Heath got a standing ovation except from Powell. He remained in his seat, applauding politely. Powell's racial policy cost him his place as defense expert In the Conservative shadow cabinet, but his dismissal', by Heath bothered him not at all. He has a rigid respect for his own principles that has twice before led him to resign fromTory governments. ' He quit as financial secretary to the Treasury in 1958 In protest over the "neolibera-lism" of the then Prime Minister Harold MacMillan and the tangled economies of his budget. He resigned as health minister in the administration, of Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home because he did not agree that Sir Alec was the best man to run the Conservative Party. A few days after his conference speech Powell gave a -somewhat satirical talk on AT YOUR SERVICE! FOR EFFECTIVE . . . EFFICIENT . . . DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT ... AS YOUR NEW TAX COLLECTOR . . . By ROBERT MI'S IX LONDON (UPI) Enoch Powell believes he can convince Britain's socialist voters that there's nothing wrong In being a millionaire. The Labor government Is worried that he may be right. His own Conservative Party colleagues are as worried as the Laborltes about his extreme views on racism and economics. Powell, a former Conservative cabinet minister. Isn't running for prime minister yet. The next general election Is about two years away. But when he was once asked if he would like to occupy 10 Downing Street he replied promptly: - "Every politician would." Some critics describe Powell as Britain's George Wallace because he bothers the ' established political leaders the way the Alabaman disturbs the other American presidential candidates. He says things that outrage Prime Minister Harold Wilson and his cabinet as well as Ed Ward Heath, the Conservative Party leader. They all would like to see his views overwhelmingly repudiated by .the electorate. The trouble is that the repu- VOTEFOIt ROBERT C. Tested and Proven ' in Public Office COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPUBLICAN Pd. Pol ed outh. Comp. Treat Quantity Rights Reserved CERTIFICATE OF VALUE SAVINGSI BUY IT TODAY n LAY IT AWAY ill aw i it. rt n w ii I wn ua Wo s Flat a mm diation does not seem to come. On the contrary there may even be an outpouring of support for Powell's controversial views. Last spring, for example, he made a speech against integration the theme of which was, in effect: "Keep Britain White." He was swiftly and furiously criticized by party leaders and by newspaper and television commentators. They thought they were leading public opinion to the attack, but they were largely wrong. Powell got more than 100,000 letters, and claims a vast majority of them supported his speech. Attempts to attribute the letters to right-wing Tories dissolved when dockworkers and other traditionally left-wing groups demonstrated in the streets in his favor. They were Joined by Fascists, a circumstance that moderates thought might make Powell see the dangers of racism. But at the Conservative Party conference in October he returned to the subject, hinting it was no more than a hint that deportation of black immigrants might be preferable to racial conflict. 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