The Liquidation of War Production

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The Liquidation of War Production

By A. D. H. Kaplan
McGraw-Hill, 1944
133 pp. $1.50

This slender volume contains, in readily comprehensible form, the essence of a great deal of research carried on under the auspices of the Committee for Economic Development. It deals specifically with the problems involved in the cancellation of war contracts and disposal of government-owned plants and surpluses. The author, until recently professor of economics at the University of Denver, is now on the staff of the Brookings Institution.

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