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New Left Review I/31, May-June 1965


E. S.

Factory Money

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The more things change the more they stay the same, is the way a Lancashire factory worker describes the incentive schemes tried out in the sheet metal works where he has been employed for 24 years. The factory produces domestic washing coppers, gas drying cabinets and chemical toilets. The number of workers has declined from 600 in the post-war boom to about 100 today. e.s.is 49, a storeman, and a former treasurer of his localcndgroup.

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