This demands a greater export in capital goods (machinery,semi-finished steel and building materials, etc.). It may, and probablywill, demand the mobilization and forced direction of labor intocertain industries, with a fixing of the worker to his job. And, as theaustereness of home economy strikes deeper, a system of differentialrationing, according to work performed, will be installed. Such is, ingeneral outline, the prospect before Great Britain in its struggle forsurvival. A turning in of the country upon itself, with theautarchization of its economic institutions and the bureaucratizationof its social institutions and politics.