Feature The Establishment of the Post-War Consensus, 1954-64 Andrew Boxer explains why party political strife lacked real substance in the period after 1945. Andrew Boxer | Published in History Review Issue 70 September 2011 One of a set of three posters commissioned by the Army Bureau of Current Affairs from Abram Games and Frank Newbould on the theme ‘Your Britain: fight for it now’. Games’ posters were inspired by the Beveridge Report's recently published blueprint for a welfare state. His three designs juxtaposed pre-war squalor with modern images of state-funded health centres, housing and schools. Image: Wellcome Collection. To continue reading this article you will need to purchase access to the online archive. Buy Online Access Buy Print & Archive Subscription If you have already purchased access, or are a print & archive subscriber, please ensure you are logged in. Please email email@example.com if you have any problems.