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In the attached column, Liberty Magazine publisher Paul Hunter responded to all the naysayers who were carping about how poorly the American war was being prosecuted, he would have none of it. Hunter pointed out that previous American wars were plagued with all manner of shortages and bureaucratic foul-ups that hampered military success but that was not the case with the current conflict:

"With unprecedented speed we have converted the greatest facilities in the world for the production of peacetime goods into the mightiest arsenal and armory in the world. We have added immense new facilities of production to those we already possessed. We have organized our human resources with speed and efficiency. We have assured an adequate supply of food both for ourselves and our allies...[and] we are creating the largest, best-trained, best-equipped, best-fed and best-housed fighting force in our history and doing it faster than it ever has been done before by any nation anywhere."

A similar article can be read here.

     


The Well-Organized War (Liberty Magazine, 1942)

The Well-Organized War (Liberty Magazine, 1942)

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