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"Blank Chocolate Manufacturing Co. held its monthly policy meeting last week. Present were its president, stenographers, chocolate mixers, office boys, each with one vote. Up rose an employe committee chairman to report. 'After careful study,' said he, 'your committee recommends that the size of our nickel candy bar be doubled.' After long discussion Blank Co.'s policy-makers approved the recommendation by a majority vote and sent it to the board of directors."

If any U. S. business were run in this fashion it might be deemed revolutionary. Yet that is the system under which Denver's...

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