Program for Victory

Straight, Michael
December 1941
New Republic;12/8/41, Vol. 105 Issue 23, p753
Presents information on steps that are being taken by the U.S. to help Soviet Union in its campaign in World War II. Recommendations for the establishment of a single Department of Supply; Importance of mobilizing all the resources for war production; Cutting loose of War Department for military operations only; Transfer of all production and procurement functions from the War Department; Requirement of engineers in the Department of Supply; Curtailment in production of consumer goods made from metals; Demand for decentralizing the administration of production; Need for maximizing non-defense production.


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