Boiling Over

March 1942
New Republic;3/16/42, Vol. 106 Issue 11, p361
Focuses on the fallacies of preparedness done in the U.S. during the Second World War. Information that enterprising newspapers have been showing up inadequate protection of war plants and other areas. Statement that Naval Intelligence has been making the mistake by recruiting its officers from the ranks of high society; Opinion on the sale of aluminum utensils at retail, despite a drive all over the country to give up such utensils.


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