Psychological Bottlenecks

Bliven, Bruce
March 1941
New Republic;3/3/41, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p298
Focuses on the bottlenecks faced by the U.S. defense effort during the World War II. Bottlenecks arising out from the fundamental structures and purposes of business; Inability of army and navy officers to change their horizons very quickly in the event of emergency; Weakness of army and navy men for big corporations and for old-established channels; Swamping of some firms with government businesses while ignorance of smaller corporations.


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