Classroom Lesson: The Arsenal of Democracy: The United States in World War II
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- "Family Spending and Saving in Wartime," a 1945 Bureau of Labor statistics report
- "Low Inventories Impede Production," a short article from the Chicago Fed's monthly Review for December 1950, summarizing the consumer response to Korean War-related laws affecting U.S. industrial production
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