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THE ADMINISTRATION

State policy of an insurance fund raised partly from general and partly from special taxation. It would seem to be a device for evading responsibility or imposing it on non-responsible paid officials. Inasmuch as the Committee can publish its recommendations, whereas a group of anonymous officials in the Ministry of Labour could not, it may strengthen the Minister where he agrees, but it will weaken his position, if not render it untenable, where he disagrees, while the responsibility for the decision is his and not theirs, although a weak Minister might be tempted to try to shift it. It is in fact an innovation which so far has worked, but it is an innovation in the experimental stage and as such should be carefully watched. We must not forget the excellent principle that the expert should be the servant of the community and not its master.
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