National Affairs: General, President

So much has war become a matter of organization, of administration, of "business," that many a ranking officer of the U. S. Army has found himself invited to assume control of a great industrial enterprise, has smoothly, easily shifted over from camp to conference, from aides to stenographers. Major General James G. Harbord became president of the Radio Corp. of America; Brigadier General Albert C. Dalton became president of the Emergency Fleet Corp.; last week Major General Robert Courtney Davis, Adjutant General of the U. S. Army, announced his retirement, effective July 1,...

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