The destruction and impairment of contracts caused by governmental agencies because of the necessities of war production have been more far-reaching than is generally realized. A report that one large industrial organization has been prevented from performance of contracts involving more than one hundred and fifty million dollars gives a hint of the extent of these commercial casualties.
Werner W. Schroeder,
THE IMPACT OF THE WAR ON PRIVATE CONTRACTS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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