Will the U.S. and Great Britain stand for free trade and competition at the end of the war, or will they tolerate restriction and monopoly?
Two articles last week pointed up this question, one of the biggest and toughest of all postwar issues.
Secretary Morrison. Article No. 1, in the May 15 issue of the London Economist, took as its text a recent speech by British Home Secretary Herbert Morrison.
Mr. Morrison minced no words in pointing out that between World War I and World War II an increasing number of British industries were...