WAR & PEACE: Plan for the Future

Into pigeonholes, filing cases, desk drawers in Washington, last week, went a slim, 18-page pamphlet labeled: "After Defense—What?" It will not be forgotten. Social planners, economists, Congressmen will take it out again, read and re-examine it as a signpost to a new world.

Months ago, Planner Franklin Roosevelt faced a group of men in the White House and in grave mood told them what they thoroughly agreed with: that the present transition of the U.S. to a wartime basis would be only a twitch in the national economy compared to the transition...

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