Planners for the Offensive

Link, J. Ashford
April 1942
New Republic;4/13/42, Vol. 106 Issue 15, p487
Focuses on Robert Roy Nathan, head of the War Production Board's Planning Board in the U.S. Details on his educational qualifications; Contribution of Nathan as the special assistant in the Defense Program; Belief of Nathan that a better job can be done within full war-production plants; Participation of Nathan in the victory program; Goal of Nathan; Efforts by Nathan to increase the supply of scrap in the country.


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