Thursday, June 21, 1945
JFK was in London and recorded his thoughts on the likely win of the “Labor” (sic.) Party in the British Election in his diary entry for the day.
Tonight it looks like Labor and a good thing it will be for the cause of free enterprise. The problems are so large that it is right that Labor, which has been nipping at the heels of private enterprise in England for the last twenty-five years, should be faceed with the responsibility of making good on its promises…
[123, p. 9]