DEFENSE WEEK: Two Heads for One

Both the great democratic governments, after much huffing & puffing, have recognized a big sociological fact of World War II: that labor must be a full partner with industry in preparing for war and winning it.*

Last week, when 80-odd White House correspondents filed into the President's office, they knew what his chief subject would be: his reorganization order giving a head to the defense organization and delegating to it the powers that his National Defense Advisory Commission sadly lacked: power to act instead of to advise, to decide without running to the...

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