National Affairs: Seven for a Job

If anything in Washington was clear last week, it was that Franklin Roosevelt proposes to superintend the harnessing of U. S. industry to Rearmament (see above). To help him in that job, he chose six men and a woman teacher whose backgrounds are as varied as their task is huge. To a business-conscious U. S., businessmen are reassuring, and the President had named three first-rate captains of industry: i) huge, grey-blond Signius Wilhelm Poul Knudsen, 61, Danish immigrant boy who graduated from shipyard riveting to the presidency of General Motors Corp., a ponderous,...

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