Drucker's verdict is harsh---and justlynso, for Brailsford, who prided himselfnas the conscience of the British progressivenmovement, had compromised himselfnwith his "pragmatic" praise of Stalinism.nBrailsford, concluded Drucker,n"tried to accommodate conscience tonpower for the sake of effectiveness. HenCotnmendablesnceased to matter."n1 here is in Drucker's narratives . . .

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