U.S. At War: Bloodless War

Out of the long struggle for wartime power in Washington, a team finally emerged last week to take command of U.S. economic warfare over the world: Vice President Henry Agard Wallace and his right-hand man Milo Perkins. Their Board of Economic Warfare was nine months old; but the power given them by the President and the importance of their seats in his cut-down War Cabinet were not only new but big.

BEW, started, built and run by the Wallace-Perkins team, now took full stature with the Army, the Navy and Donald Nelson's War...

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