GREAT BRITAIN: Prime Minister Canute

To stop the flooding tide of public, parliamentary and press criticism of the efficiency of the Government's production machinery. Winston Churchill last week cast himself in the role of Canute. In less than an hour and a half he raced through an 80-page speech want the Government to appoint a supreme Minister of Production, Churchill put two questions: Who would be big enough to take the job? What could such a minister do that was not already being done by Supply Minister Lord Beaverbrook, Aircraft Production Minister Lieut. Colonel J. C. T....

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