GREAT BRITAIN: Shadow Scheme

Skilled industrial engineers in the United Kingdom have a social status that requires them to go in by the "Tradesmen's Entrance." They are accustomed to be guided and overruled by English gentlemen and by civil servants. Last week, however, the "Ford of Britain." philanthropic Lord Nuffield, whose little Morris cars are omnipresent doodlebugs of the British road, marched out of the Air Ministry and stirred up the most public sort of scandal by announcing that the engineering plans of its gentlemen happen to be all wrong. Lord Nuffield made no secret of...

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