Production for Victory

Fuller, Helen
April 1942
New Republic;4/27/42, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p573
Focuses on the social and economic conditions of the war producers in the U.S. during the World War II. Plan for the training of war producers within manpower organization; Discrimination of the manufacturers against African America workers and other minority groups; Supply of housing units for the African-Americans; Power given by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's executive to the Board of Economic Warfare over the State Department's policies on economic warfare.


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