Economic High Command?

The President, like the people, is in trouble. His desk is piled high with unsolved problems. There is the threat of inflation, the lag in production, the lack of unity in his Army & Navy—to say nothing of far-flung problems of democratic unity throughout the world (see P-25).

In such a situation, the President needs able men. He already has working for him many of the ablest men in the country (see p. 20). But still last week the President seemed to be looking for a man—a man whom he could trust and a...

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