THE ADMINISTRATION: The Strategy of Truth

Citizens might beef at the quality of information coming to them out of Washington, but no one could beef at the quantity. Tons of printed matter poured out of the Government press sections. U.S. citizens might not be fully informed of the war situation in the Pacific, but they still got recipes from Department of the Interior's Fish & Wildlife Service for the cooking of planked shad.

On top of the press sections of the regular Departments and agencies were the big new ones. In the OEM press section were about 400 people....

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