A New Incarnation

June 1944
New Republic;6/5/44, Vol. 110 Issue 23, p761
Focuses on war workers of Indiana. Description of ordnance plants in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Information about the educational structure and other details related to Jeffersonville; Description of women of Jeffersonville; Need to create socially functional processes of labor and industrial organizations; Attitude of farmers towards new contacts and skills.


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