The Profit Stays in War

Soule, George
May 1943
New Republic;5/31/43, Vol. 108 Issue 22, p722
Presents information about the business of taking the profit out of war. Compilation of a table by the National City Bank related to the net incomes of all active corporations in the U.S.; Analysis of the accounts of forty great manufacturers devoted almost exclusively to war, and dominating many fields of production; Validation of the accounts; Effect of psychological nature about the business of earning profit out of war; Tendency towards the concentration of industrial control after a war.


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