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Harold Wilson and Lyndon B. Johnson: a ‘special relationship’?
Jonathan Colman

’ role, but independent of these factors the Prime Minister had his own, deep-seated commitment to the United States. David Bruce noted in mid-1966 that Wilson accepted the principle of continuity in post-war British foreign policy, central to which was ‘the long established friendly relationship with the US’. 28 Around the time of Bruce’s analysis, London was canvassing its prospects of joining the EEC, but Europe held less

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