National Affairs: New Managers?

Franklin Roosevelt would have been more fretful than he was last week, if he had heard what some of his friends and lieutenants were saying. They said that his Administration had badly managed the defense effort, that soon there would have to be an internal explosion.

As reason for their belief they had the manifold evidence of how far short was the production of many needed arms, of the whole civilian defense machinery running without any responsible head, of uncertain policies, of fresh confusions piled on stale confusions.

"Plus-Four." If bad management was again carving...

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