U.S. At War: Running the War

After nine months of war, a man could search high & low in Washington for the men who are running the war, and not find them. Everyone is doing the job—and nobody is.

The men to make great decisions on strategy are not in the Army & Navy (where there is still no Unified Command), for there is no one in the Armed Services with power to say what kind of war shall be fought, and how every effort shall be fitted into a grand plan.

The men to make such decisions are not in the...

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