Vocational Education for National Defense
by Oakley Furney & C. Kenneth Beach - 1943
The necessity for the United States to take steps to safeguard itself from the growing strength and victories of the Axis countries became evident during the early part of 1940. To take these steps, it became essential to increase production of war industries far beyond that of any previous time. A considerable dearth of skilled labor necessary to produce the enormous output planned in war industries was evident even though there had been a general expansion of vocational training in recent years.
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