MANAGEMENT: 168-Hour Week

Last week a new potential bottleneck loomed on the defense horizon : 'U. S. businessmen. At the top, where there is no second shift, the pressure was mounting. It was not a uniform pressure; only managers with defense orders felt it seriously, bankers and salesmen still got to the club or the first tee on time. But all over the U. S., high-pressure spots were multiplying. Presidents and general managers canceled trips to Palm Beach, ate lunch and dinner at their desks. Wives fretted. Doctors warned. But still U. S. businessmen came...

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