U.S. At War: Brickbats & Kisses

Price Boss Leon Henderson, trying hard to keep his ceilings in repair, had a week of ups & downs. The War Labor Board, in the Little Steel case, created a new burst of purchasing power for him to worry about. There his only consolation was that the board might have done worse. But he also got a little help.

≫ The Senate approved a $125,000,000 appropriation for his price hawks and rationing administrators: $50,000,000 more than an unfriendly House had doled out, and nearly as much as Henderson thinks he needs. Henderson had won an important point: he got his...

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