Business & Finance: Canadian Buzz Saw

Canada's war effort last week showed belated signs of shifting into high gear. Into the driver's seat of the important Merchant Shipbuilding and Shipping Program moved Harvey Reginald MacMillan, a harddriving, hardheaded lumberman who believes in getting things done. No business-as-usual fuddyduddy, MacMillan is a reminder that Canada also produced Lord Beaverbrook. Says he: "This war demonstrates that no one owns his property, that one's job and standard of living are all at the service of the State. . . . War is the greatest creator of social revolution. Woe to ... the...

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