Unfinished Business

On Franklin Roosevelt's desk, pushed aside during the long weeks of planning the African campaign, lay many an important piece of unfinished domestic business. Last week President Roosevelt studied the problems, called in his advisers, conferred again & again. In Washington, men whose senses are attuned to administrative earthquakes could feel the ground begin to tremble.

Biggest unsolved problem was manpower, growing steadily worse despite dozens of plans, scores of planners, thousands of words of advice, criticism and pious hope before Congressional committees. To the White House went Presidential Adviser Judge Samuel...

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