A series of three talks by S. C. Leslie
1: Competition and the Economies of the Six
Mr. Leslie's general theme is that the economic logic of modem large-scale industry is replacing full-scale competition by private and public planning; and that this trend will become increasingly evident in the European Economic Community. In his first talk he sets out his basic ideas and then considers the economies of the Common Market countries in terms of the real extent of the competition to be found in them.
Dr Hilde Pekko:
Zbigniew Krukowski (baritone) Rex Stephens (piano)
Dvorak Hear my prayer; Turn thee to me (Biblical Songs): sung in French
I chant my lay; Hark, hark, how my triangle: Silent and lone; Songs my mother taught me; Tune thy strings. O gypsy; In his wide and ample airy linen vesture; Cloudy heights of Tatra
(Gypsy Songs): sung in Czech
Song of Zuleika: How like the azure sky; The messenger; Hebrew song; The prophet
sung in Russian
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