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Philip Snowden in United Kingdom

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Labour politician who was Chancellor of the Exchequer in both Ramsay MacDonald governments. Regarded as a fiscal conservative who restricted any hope of radical measures to challenge the Great Depression. Remained in the National Government of 1931 and expelled from the Labour Party.

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