1960s >> 1967 >> no-754-june-1967

Gaspers: Capitalists

. . . we felt that if there was any trouble with capitalism it was that there weren’t enough people who identified themselves as capitalists . . . (W. G. Keith Finston, President of the New York Stock Exchange. Guardian 14.1.67)

 

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“The primary object of the new National Steel Corporation will be to make a profit, said its Chairman, Lord Melchett, last night”. (Guardian 4.5.67)
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Employee-executives, in the £3,000—£8,000 range with the average family responsibilities, are not left with sufficient net income to lead private lives free of money worries. (Letter to Financial Times 9.5.67)