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Over 500 alumni of the Business School, gathering for their eleventh annual meeting on Saturday, will devote the entire day to a study of national defense problems. Not only business problems dealing with production requirements, but also labor and government problems will be discussed by authorities in these fields.
Dr. Laughlin Currie, Administrative Assistant to the President, who has recently returned from Chunking, China, will discuss the current Pacific situation in his address, "America and China." Harold J. Rutenberg, of the C. I. O., will deal with labor's attitudes and objectives during the emergency in an address, "Labor and Total Production."
"Where Are We in Aircraft Production?" an address by Eugene Wilson, president of the United Aircraft Corporation, will consider the situation in the airplane industry.
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