Capitalism in Germany

Nazi industry, as everyone knows, retains the forms of free capitalism, but its controls are in Party hands. Salesmen of National Socialism claim that this system unifies the nation, puts an end to internal social war. But capitalism dies hard. Last week it regained limited control of the German coal industry, gave evidence that even in the socialized, militarized Reich, a social struggle still goes on.

When World War II began, management of the German coal industry was given to big, blond, blue-eyed Paul Walter, onetime lieutenant of Labor Front Leader Dr. Robert Ley. With the title of the Reich's...

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