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By Rose M. Stein
Harcourt, 1936
398 pp. $2.50

M-Day is the War Department's term for the first day of mobilization. The author was closely associated with the Senate Munitions Committee and much of her book is an exposé of its findings. She performs a useful service in calling attention to the implications of the National Defense Act and the Industrial Mobilization Plan. In world politics, however, she is on shaky ground and makes dubious generalizations.

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