August 1944
America;8/19/1944, Vol. 71 Issue 20, p494
The article reports on the debates over the reconversion bill in the U. S. after the war. It mentions that there are debates over a liberal versus a conservative approach to reconversion. It discusses the differences between a State unemployment-insurance system and an industrial demobilization. An overview of the debates is provided.


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