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"You Can't Do Business With Hitler." Elwood Hoffman writes the script for "You Can't Do Business With Hitler," transcribed radio show whose distribution among radio stations in the United States has jumped from 300 when it was inaugurated in January, t1942. The programs are written by the radio section of the Office of War Information (OWI)

"You Can't Do Business With Hitler." Elwood Hoffman writes the script for "You Can't Do Business With Hitler," transcribed radio show whose distribution among radio stations in the United States has jumped from 300 when it was inaugurated in January, t1942. The programs are written by the radio section of the Office of War Information (OWI)

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