The Macmillan government in Britain began in 1957. In this history lesson focusing on the British government, learn about the conservative party of the era.
Macmillan began serving as the UK Prime Minister in 1957. This started a Conservative reign at a time of social change, which is reviewed in this lesson.
What were the economic impacts of the Macmillan years? In this UK history lesson, learn about the Macmillan government and its various economic policies.
James Harold Wilson—a Labour Party politician—served as the Prime Minister of the UK from 1964 to 1970. In this lesson, learn about his economic reforms.
Unlike Macmillan, Wilson—the Labour Party leader in the mid-1960s—did an excellent job of expanding opportunities early in his reign, but it didn't last long.
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