Burnet Hershey, Noted Writer, Speaks His Mind
THE spate of books about aviation-the part it should be playing in the conduct of the war, and that it is destined to play in reshaping the postwar world-is threatening to reach astronomical proportions. These range from hastily prepared pamphlets by those who know little or nothing of the subject, to weighty tomes of a highly technical nature; from crackpot theories to profound political and economic thinking.
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