Business: Blueprint for Health

The men who make U.S. air policy last week laid down before two Senate subcommittees a carefully reasoned plan for the aviation industry. It was presented by tall handsome Dr. George P. Baker, 42, special consultant to the War Department, on leave from the Harvard business school. The chief point of the 52-page report: the U.S. should buy a minimum of 3,000 in military prime planes a productive year to health. keep the industry in prime productive health. Otherwise it will not be able to produce military planes fast enough in case of another war.

The report, prepared by...

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