City Editor's Panic

March 1941
New Republic;3/31/41, Vol. 104 Issue 13, p423
Focuses on reasons responsible for delay in defense supplies in the U.S. Claims that labor and government together share 68 percent of the blame; Comments on city's editor crime wave, a phenomenon which puts whole cities on edge with fright and annually sells thousands of window bars; Comments on aluminum and magnesium shortages; Report that about a million man-days have been lost by strikes since January 1, 1941.


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