Government War Plants

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor

Published by Editorial Research Reports 1013 Thirteenth Street, N. W. Washington

Problems Posed by Government-Owned War Plants

Calls for Early Declaration of Postwar Policy

The future of government-financed war plants, brought into being or largely expanded since 1940 to supply the needs of the fighting forces of the United States and its allies in the present war, is emerging as a leading postwar problem. The government investment in industrial facilities for war purposes is estimated to represent one-fifth of the entire productive capital of the nation. Present government ...

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