Government Manufacture of Munitions

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Restraints on International Arms Traffic

Production by the government of ail munitions, with the exception of aircraft, needed by the American armed services was recommended in a report submitted to the Senate on April 20, 1936, by the Special Committee on Investigation of the Munitions Industry, headed by Senator Nye (R., N. D) Authority to proceed with nationalization of the armament industry of France was recently granted the cabinet of Premier Blum. Developments in both the United States and Europe point to the eventual adoption by ...

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