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I’ve been trying to nail down a little something and it’s driving me nuts. During the 1920s and early 1930s it was something of a mantra-cliché to say “we planned in war” in response to critics of economic planning. I think it was George Soule who at least popularized the phrase, but that’s more a hunch at this point. Anybody know where I can find out for sure one way or the other?

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