ARMS AND THE PEOPLE by Alden Stevens

ARMS AND THE PEOPLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Most of this material has appeared in periodical form, but --retouched for book publication, it still seems fresh and zestful. Good reportage of cities, industry and human beings in relation to the war and its problems. Most of the material antedates Pearl Harbor, in a running story of a drafted army, of camps built overnight, of housing problems, of the army and workers in boom towns, of Washington the super-boom town, of labor-management problems, of the civilian involved in the war program, etc. Nothing new or sensational but a vivid picture, with some foretaste of problems we shall have to face after the war.

Publisher: Harper