REPUBLICANS: Stassen's Ten-Year Plan

Like many another American fighting a homesick war in the Pacific, Captain Harold E. Stassen had plenty of time and inclination to wonder what all the shooting was about back home. Last week Civilian Stassen stood up before the Manhattan convention of the National Association of Manufacturers-and unfolded a plan marked by the patriotic optimism that veterans know well. What he suggested was, in effect, a U.S. conference—on the lines of the UNO conference at San Francisco—of the U.S. people, and a Ten-Year Plan. Said he:

"Let us all agree upon a thorough ten-year test. Let us begin promptly to join...

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