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Most important was the powerful legacy of achievement bequeathed to the party by the governments of 1945–51. By almost any standard, the Attlee governments were a resounding success. Labour had been elected in 1945 on a series of pledges that were fulﬁlled almost to the letter. The party promised to create a genuine welfare state by reorganising existing social services, by adding programmes for those previously left out, and by the establishment of the National Health Service. All this they did.
When Labour ﬁrst proclaimed itself a socialist party in 1918, its socialist identity was compatible with a wide variety of beliefs about what shape the new society would take and about what policies should be pursued in the short and the long run. For many, the concept of socialism was understood as a particular ethic more than as a model of economy and society; and for very few was it linked to the notion of a revolutionary break. qxd 25/2/04 2:29 PM Page 30 NEW LABOUR’S PASTS of capitalist society, however, and with its characteristic values of competition and individual advance.
Bevan, in a strange but well-received speech at the party conference at Blackpool in 1959, gave an indication of just how deep feeling ran. He actually went so far as to assert that the Soviets had got it right in terms of the economy and they were ready now ‘to reap the material fruits of economic planning and public ownership’. Labour must therefore insist that ‘in a modern complex society it is impossible to get rational order by leaving things to private economic adventure. Therefore I am a socialist.