Lucey, Charles
January 1944
America;1/15/1944, Vol. 70 Issue 15, p396
The article reports on issues and developments in politics in the U.S. as of January 1944. An anonymous statement, accepted as having come from General George C. Marshall, Army chief of staff suggests that the steel and railroad disputes had prolonged the war and cost Allied lives. Labor leaders have denied that they were obstructing the war effort. Congressmen returning from the Christmas holiday prepared to deal with taxes, the soldiers' vote and the stabilization program.


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