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LONDON-And Now Chrysler

And Now Chrysler IN the week in which North Sea Oil begins to be more than a pipe dream and becomes a piped reality, in which Chrysler International's chief holds a symbolic pistol to Harold Wilson's head, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer negotiates unprecedented British borrowing from the International Monetary Fund, Wilson announces a new financial strategy for Britain. As with all Wil- sonian strategies, the new economic initiative is no mow than clever words cleverly placed. Speeches are made, agreements of broad principle ("we must all unite to defeat inflation'') are announced and the goodwill of both sides of industry are solicited, but nothing gets reflected in hard planning or hard legislation. When Wilson announces a new strategy it is something akin to a big store announcing a sale

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