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The leveling drive of British Socialism is not directed at the upper classes alone. Last week a close observer of the British scene wrote feelingly: "There is the idea which persists in some quarters that a working-class boy who makes his way to the university and enters one of the professions, or a craftsman who becomes a manager, or even a foreman, has somehow deserted his mates.

"The fact is that industry will suffer just as much as the individual if, out of a mistaken sense of comradeship, he does not use his talents to the full." Trade unionists have demanded that...

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