Democracy & Free Enterprise: The Baxter Memorial Lectures Delivered at the University of Omaha


This is a war of production. We are matching our ability to expand every basic industrial resource against our enemies. In industrial skill and potential capacity we are the most powerful nation in the world. Yet we have been lagging behind. A bankrupt Germany has outstripped us not only in the tools of war but also in basic materials useful alike in peace and in war. Now we are making up for lost time.

For a while after Pearl Harbor everyone was throwing bricks and hunting for a goat. Industry was blaming labor. Labor was publishing full-page advertisements blaming industry. Newspapers were blaming government agencies because they compromised with the antiproductive ideas of both labor and industry and even...

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