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From the Boardroom to the War Room
America's Corporate Liberals and FDR's Preparedness Program
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When World War II broke out in Europe in September 1939, Kentucky was still plagued by the Great Depression. Even though the inevitably of war had become increasingly apparent earlier that year, the citizens of the Commonwealth continued to view f...
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An important and balanced study that engages the reader and belongs on any book shelf that deals with the bridge between business and government. It is an insightful study that sheds new light on FDR's relationship with liberal corporate leaders who helped lay the foundation for the phenomenal production of the war years. --Keith W. Olson, author of Watergate: The Presidential Scandal That Shook America (2003) Richard Holl's book, From the Boardroom to the War Room, significantly contributes to the understanding of the merger of corporate liberalism and the government before American entry into World War II -- a combination that served as the foundation for America's wartime political economy. --Dr. Daniel L. Lykins, Oregon State University [This book] is deserving of careful and thoughtful consideration by all students of corporate liberalism, World War II mobilization, and the American regulatory and welfare state. The book also has an excellent bibliography and is a pleasure to read. REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY [Ellis W. Hawley]
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Richard E. Holl is professor of History at the Lees College Campus of Hazard Community and Technical College.
Meet the New Era Corporate Liberals: Supporters of Welfare Capitalism and Hooverian Associationalism Bad Times and a New Deal: The Corporate Liberals Accede to Sustained Business-Government Collaboration The Unready State The Corporte Liberals, the War Resources Board, and Industrial Mobilization Planning Preparedness Proper: The Corporate Liberals and the National Defense Advisory Commission One Step Short of War: The Corporate Liberals and the Office of Production Management