The Government's Economic Survey for 1947 (Cmd. 7046) was published in February. How does it look now? This programme is a symposium of views expressed by Maurice Dobb, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in Economics In the University of Cambridge; William Allen, General Secretary of the Associated Society of Engineers and Firemen, and a member of the General Council of the T.U.C.; and Sir Andrew McFadyean, director of a number of companies, a former official of the Treasury, and at one time General Secretary of the Dawes Committee
by Jean Giraudoux. Translated by Jean-Pierre Giraudoux and Betty Askwith. Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe. Produced by Val Gielgud and The action takes place in the court-yard of the palace of Priam. King of Troy. and before the Doors of War, Troy
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