U.S. At War: Gas for the Gaseous

Price Boss Leon Henderson made a concession to politicos who are worried about what lack of gasoline might do to their old-fashioned town-to-town stumping. OPA announced that bona fide candidates will get enough gas to do their electioneering, that local political machines can count on enough to haul voters to the polls on election days. Question in both instances: How much is enough?


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