Tradition, sentiment, and pride in workmanship play an ever weaker and more erratic role, and are regarded o both sides as manifestations of a better nature which it would be folly to accommodate.  Like a rider who uses reins, bridle, spurs, carrot, whip, and training from birth to impose his will, the capitalist strives, through management, to control.  And control is indeed the central concept of all management systems, as has been recognized implicitly or explicitly by all theoreticians of management (47).