c.p.s.


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c.p.s.

abbr (=characters per second) → caractères/seconde
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

c.p.s.

[ˌsiːpiːˈɛs] abbr =characters per secondc.p.s.
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Hershey's dominant role in managing the Civilian Public Service (C.P.S.) system in the Second World War.
Krehbiel begins with a very brief introduction and then a short (seven pages) chapter that serves to both describe C.P.S. and set it in the framework of the needs and agenda of military men like Hershey.
A thematic chapter on American manpower needs and conscientious objection as they developed, in periodic tension, through the nation's history set the stage for the heart of Krehbiel's analysis, the development of the C.P.S. system and Hershey's management of it during World War II.