WAR & PEACE: Businessman

To many an observer, first U. S. debates about the war were as big a scandal as Teapot Dome. A dead-centre discussion in which debaters were alternately flogged as Get-inners and Stay-outers, it raged and enraged as long as the Neutrality Bill was being debated, permitted no talk of programs. Last week at the Academy of Political Science, Thomas Lament spoke to 1,000 members on war's effects on U. S. economy, made it clear that, whether or not U. S. citizens agreed or disagreed with his proposals, the Get-in-or-Stay-out-theory had had its...

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