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for Popular Government Vol. 8 Issue 3, Mar 1942
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The strength of a democracy in war is more than the ability to produce the machines of war and the ability to man those machines with trained men. It is also the strength of every individual and the organizational strength of every group. To assist state and local Defense Councils, the Office of Civilian Defense has been established in Washington.
Conservation measures aimed at limiting the civilian consumption of scarce materials is just one of the developments affecting business in wartime. Defense comes first, while tires, fire fighting equipment, typewriter production, and transportation space come second.