He Who Gets Slapped

The U. S. Army, which will need 186,000 trucks and motorcars when it reaches its basic strength of 1,400,000 officers and men, found last week that it had to take a crack at Henry Ford, lest Ford's fight with C. I. O. get the Army embroiled with labor. Recently the Army invited automakers to make competitive bids on a big slice of its truck business: 11,781 half-ton trucks to be used for field radio centres, reconnaissance cars, ambulances, etc. Last week the War Department announced that the order had gone not to the low bidder but to Fargo...

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