ARMY & NAVY: Scandalous Spats

Room No. 2034 m Washington's Munitions Building is the office of Secretary of War Harry Hines Woodring. A few paces down the hall is the office of Assistant Secretary of War Louis Arthur Johnson. Their lairs might as well be in separate buildings. For Messrs. Woodring and Johnson never visit each other. Only when absolutely necessary do they speak to each other. When official business requires them to communicate, they do so in writing or through harried subordinates. Mr. Johnson despises Mr. Woodring. Mr. Woodring distrusts and despises Mr. Johnson, who for...

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