Concentration of Production

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War Economy and Industrial Concentration

Concentration in Civilian Goods and War Industries

Shortages of labor, raw materials, and factory space and the urgent necessity of making the most effective use of all available resources have forced Germany and Great Britain to adopt drastic programs of industrial concentration. Similar factors are now operating in the United States to produce a like result.

In Great Britain concentration to date has been limited to civilian goods industries. Many of the factories ...

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