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Tom Dewey charged that the Administration was too late with its reconversion plan, that it was afraid of the peace. Last week in Washington, on Election Day-minus-60, the planners scrambled furiously to show that Mr. Dewey was wrong. They minted a new phrase, "VE day" (Victory in Europe), for the time when Germany quits. Manpower Boss Paul V. McNutt bustled up Capitol Hill to tell a Senate committee what he will do, come V-E day. WPB's acting chairman, Julius A. Krug, was already sure of what he will do.

The Administration began...

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