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Bonus and Bonafides

equity did not seem to bother the bureaucracy very much. Its main worry appeared to be that this would involve having to provide a large number of managers for enterprises in which the government would come to acquire a controlling interest. The bureaucrats' fear, quite simply, was this: if the government got involved in the management of a large number of industrial units, the management personnel for the task would necessarily have to be drawn from outside the civil service; this would dilute the exclusiveness of the civil servants in economic management and policy-making in the government.

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