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THE ADMINISTRATION

staff representation is exceptional, although there is of course a strong trade union for the employees of London Transport. In some there is greater similarity, whether in the huge salaries paid to the highest officials or in the way of recruiting and promoting the lower staff, to methods of capitalist industry than to the Civil Service, and Mr. Attlee's reservation to the Ullswater Committee's Report on the B.B.C. may be quoted as generally applicable: "The general tendency is in the direction of autocracy and paternalism." Analysis of the personnel of boards and of the directorates working under them would reveal very much the same social origin as in the case of high officials in the civil and armed services, and the Church, which as we have seen is in its turn similar to the Cabinet, the judiciary, the House of Lords, and the nineteenth-century House of Commons.

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