Organizing a War Economy

May 1942
New Republic;5/4/42, Vol. 106 Issue 18, p591
Focuses on the organization of war economy in the U.S. Statement by President Franklin D. Roosevelt that new directives may soon be set for American war production; Problems in the organization of war economy; Attempt by William H. Davis, head of the War Labor Board to find a formula for labor-management concord; Revelations of economic obstruction and moral callousness on the part of great corporations by Thurman Arnold, anti-trust-law enforcer; Discussion of the patent problem for war weapons.


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