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Excerpt from Organizing for Work
The two greatest forces in any community are the economic force and the political force backed by military power. To develop the greatest amount of strength for the benefit of the com munity, they must work together, hence must be under one direction.
Germany had already accomplished this union before entering the war by having her political system practically take over the industrial, and the Allies rapidly followed suit after the war began.
We also found soon after entering the war that our political system alone was not ade quate to the task before it, and supplemented it by a food administrator, a coal administrator, a war labor board, a war industries board, a shipping board, and others, which were intended to be industrial, and as far as possible removed from political inﬂuences. There is no question that they handled their problems much more effectively than was possible under strictly political control.
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bound: 136 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 4, 2017)
isbn: 1330203615, 978-1330203613,
weight: 6.9 ounces (