National Affairs: Biggest Job

"We plan now for the better world we aim to build. . . . There must be a more abundant life for the masses of people of all countries. . . . There are so many millions of people in this world who have never been adequately fed and clothed and housed. By undertaking to provide a decent standard of living for these millions, the free peoples of the world can furnish employment to every man and woman who seeks a job. ... In international as in national affairs economic policy can no longer be an end in itself. It is...

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