MANPOWER Relaxed Good news from the battlefronts flooded Washington like spring sunshine. General George Marshall and Admiral Ernest King were away overseas. The Senate, pondering a manpower draft, listened to objectors (the National Association of Manufacturers, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, railway labor, etc.), thought of ways of watering down the bill which the House had passed. Last week the Senate, leaving the bill tucked away in the Military Affairs Committee, put its feet up and relaxed.


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