Agriculture Secretary D. F. Houston wrote his account of the US preparations for war in December 1917. He described, in detail, the systems in place to encourage both civil and military production and came to the conclusion that the United States was better prepared to wage war than the primary belligerents in Europe had been, and they were certainly more efficient. Houston addressed not only industrial production, but agriculture and medical preparations. He also described the governing bodies... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2021. 2p.