Britain's new Minister of Aircraft Production, socialistic Sir Stafford Cripps, last week took control of a big aircraft factory near London and installed a new manager. An editorial in Labor's Daily Herald showed how it could happen there:
"The workers . . . considered that there was a deficiency of planning and cooperation on the part of the management.
"At meetings called by their shop stewards they instructed the workers' representatives on the Joint Production Committee to protest.
"The shop stewards' committee and the workers' representatives on the Joint Production Commitee together drew up a statement of the case, which was sent...