Business: Needed: A New Program

Since Korea, one goal of the rearmament program has been to build up a big enough supply of weapons to tide the U.S. over the first year of an all-out war. How big should that supply be? In Washington last week, the Office of Defense Mobilization's eight-man Advisory Committee on Production Equipment, headed by Stude-baker's Chairman & President Harold S. Vance, gave a startling answer: nobody seems to have the faintest idea. Furthermore, the military apparently has not taken into consideration the fact that some items could be brought into full production in...

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