Paxton, Harry T.
December 1942
Saturday Evening Post;12/19/1942, Vol. 215 Issue 25, p22
The article focuses on war savings. The pay-roll-deduction method of buying War bonds has spread since the attack of Pearl Harbor in December 1941. War savings has increased in Great Britain and Canada as of 1942. A joint committee is involved in establishing pay-roll-savings plans.


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