“In the 1970s I believed that Britain’s industrial decay was inexorable…none of us should forget the chaos that existed then, the intimidating mass meetings and the violent secondary picketing. I have a profound belief in the workers’ abilities and the affection they have for the company. Without privatisation we would probably have sunk without trace. Here at Jaguar everybody understands that the only way we get money is to create it. I never promised short-term profits. The company that takes you over doesn’t do it for your benefit, it does it for its own.”
JohnEgan’s story unfolds. An interesting study.
1989 first edition hardback in excellent condition. Dust cover also good with protective cover.