March 1941
Saturday Evening Post;3/8/1941, Vol. 213 Issue 36, p24
Reflects on the possible social and economic difficulties of demobilization in the U.S. due to war. Overview of ways to cushion the shock of demobilization in the country; Effect of war on the national income; Significance of social security as a substitute for the uncertain ways of individual thrift.


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