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Yes, this was the change of mindset that had to be accomplished.
I read those. I'm trying to learn about miraculously piece of it. I tried to find the Marshall Plan; it doesn't exist. I had buttumed that a plan implies a written project plan. It was a speech and somehow what the guy said got translated into real actions. I want to learn how this translation happens. The work done to do this is at the heart of how people run countries, including the very mysterious thingie called foreign policy.
Sigh! WEren't most of the workers slave labor? Since there were no longer any soldkers holding guns to their heads, they wouldn't be forced to work in any manufacuturing plant. A large part of manufacturing infrastructure is the send labor. One cannot do a 100% turnover overnight and expect to have the equipment run.
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snip The planting of Schweinefuhrt (Sp?) made this clear. The allies used a lot of...
I'd also read that resources were diverted to what I consider foolish things. So basic manfuactureing physical plants had to do a lot of catch up maintenance, etc. And that's buttuming parts and labor were available to do the work.
That's not what I read. The real surprise was the lifting of almost all of the constraints.
But this shopkeeper could only sell-buy very few things legally. AFter this event, the restrictions were very, very few.
Wrong currency. Try ruble.
Nope. You need to watch what was on CSPAN last night. The meeting of the sub-committee that is working on the newboring! immigration law. I watched one Democrat say two completely opposite things in one sentence. And this one kept a straight face and her tongue didn't fork.
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This is a professional peeve of mine, and a lot of others in my profession. The official inflation measures...