The General Election was followed by a period of doubt, pessimism, and self examination from the Labour party. For many internal and external investigators, it was suggested Labour's image was unattractive and out of date. In an age of rising affluence and social change, Labour still appeared to identify with the manual working class, trade unionism, etc. Rather than a libertarian outlook, and Labour was only committed to further nationalism. Understandably, it was the younger voters that were in fact most disillusioned with Labour.
What year was this general election?