The War Production Board
reached its decision in March.
As demands for full production increased, the War Production Board
too often turned a blind eye to labor-law violators in issuing its contracts.
'4The War Production Board
banned the zoot suit because of the extra material required in the long jackets and draped trousers.
Louis Chapter that "the side which maintains the larger production of war goods is going to win the war." The War Production Board
reports later that each U.S.
He was superintendent of the technical department at the Lakeview mill, project leader in the technical department at Neenah, and later, division head of K-C War Production board
A few weeks after Pearl Harbor, Nathan was appointed chairman of the planning committee of the War Production Board
(WPB), and soon thereafter, Simon Kuznets also joined the WPB.
As Donald Nelson of the War Production Board
later explained, his agency, compared to its World War I counterpart, "was 10 times as large, just as our war needs were 10 times as large."
Civilian goods production, reported PROGRESSIVE GROCER, would be limited, even though the War Production Board
had revoked its limitation orders on more than 70 product lines.
(The Cubs did attempt to gain War Production Board
approval for lights later during the war but were denied, as was their idea to play night games in Comiskey Park rebuffed by American League President Will Harridge.)
Radosh points out, Remington was a spy who met secretly with Communist operatives and "willingly handed over classified War Production Board
material pertaining to aircraft production."
to serve in wartime agencies including the War Production Board
, War Food Administration and the Office of Price Administration.
A sampling of his various positions in government shows how invariably his interests were on practical policy formulation--the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Office of Price Administration, the War Production Board
, and the Office of War Mobilization and Re-conversion.