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Military Assistance at the Crossroads
The “Arsenal of Democracy” which has supplied Honest John missiles, F-104 aircraft, Fletcher-ciass destroyers, and mountains of other military equipment to friendly nations over the past 50 years, is not likely to close its door. But its Board of Directors—the U. S. Congress—wants to take a closer look at its markets and, above all, at its assets and liabilities