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How private entrepreneurs won WWII
In case you missed it late Friday (June 6) online at the WSJ: How private entrepreneurs won WWII.
We appreciate the author’s (Freedom’s Forge) point that it was the entrepreneurial spirit of both the Titans of Industry and their smaller counterparts who made the Arsenal of Democracy possible. “Big and small firms – all – stepped up.”
Easy to forget that in 1940 we had only the 18th largest military in the world, behind Argentina.