Defense essentiality and foreign economic policy: case study: the watch industry and precision skills. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, Eighty-fourth Congress, second session, pursuant to sec. 5(a) of Public law 304, 79th Congress
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Anderson Samuel W president American Watch Association
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American watch automatic watch Benrus BOLLING capacity cartel CARTOUN Chairman clock industry committee competition component Congress cost criteria defense essentiality Defense Mobilization Department of Defense devices domestic industry domestic manufacturers domestic producers domestic watch manufacturers duty effect Elgin engineering equipment exports facilities fact firms FLEMMING foreign economic policy Government gyroscope hearings horological industry jewel bearings jeweled movements jeweled watch industry jeweled-watch industry labor LAZRUS M-day manpower ment military million mobilization base national defense national security Office of Defense operations percent pin-lever watch planning plant precision present President problem proximity fuze question Representative CURTIS Representative TALLE requirements restrictions RICHARD BOLLING self-winding Senator DOUGLAS Senator FLANDERS skills spring-powered clocks statement stockpiling subcommittee Swiss watch industry Switzerland tariff increase technological timepieces tion United upjeweling Waltham watch and clock watch companies watch imports watch movements watchmaking weapons workers