Criminal Waste

"There is no real shortage of critical metals that can't be remedied . . . merely the most extravagant kind of wastage."

No carping crackpot made this shattering statement last week, but a man who ought to know. It came, in fact, from the head of WPB's Conservation & Substitution Division, mild, white-thatched Harvey A. Anderson. Before he came to Washington he was the ace waste eliminator for American Telephone & Telegraph; now he is a thorn in the side of Army & Navy. Last week, with his big boss Don Nelson engaged...

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