February 1941
America;2/15/1941, Vol. 64 Issue 19, p518
The author reflects on the obligations of wage-earners when the government have engaged in war. The author mentions that a citizen should lend their savings in order to support the government in war. However, the author mentions that this would be a problem since most of the wage-earners will spend it in personal use such their debts.


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