To what extent was 1945-51 a "period of gloom."

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To what extent was 1945-51 a "period of gloom."
1 Economic
1.1 Yes
1.1.1 Military expenditure x 5 from 1938-46.
1.1.2 £4198 million debt.
1.1.3 1945 £750 million budget deficit.
1.1.4 Cripp's austerity / rationing.
1.2 No
1.2.1 Marshall Plan: £6000 million
1.2.2 Wage freeze stabilised inflation.
1.2.3 Cold war credentials from nuclear weapons.
2 Social
2.1 Yes
2.1.1 Harsh winter 1947.
2.1.2 Dandruff syndrome.
2.1.3 Tripartite school system flawed.
2.2 No
2.2.1 1948: Bevan compromised with BMA = NHS.
2.2.2 Housing e.g. Stevenage.
2.2.3 Morale high after war.
3 Political
3.1 Yes
3.1.1 Internal Labour divisions - Bevanite prescription charges. .
3.1.2 Loss of imperial status.
3.2 No
3.2.1 NATO
3.2.2 Indian independence.
3.2.3 Post-war consensus = collectivism.
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