There are, but what people are saying is that it would be better to bring them to the attention of OP instead of admonishing them for making a couple of mistakes. This is a very creative and unique scenario, so don't get discouraged OP!That's true, but to be fair, I've identified some issues with it myself that the OP hasn't addressed. Details, but important ones.
Yeah i do agree this is a unique scenario that rarely gets chosen so i mean i can see why the op made some mistakeThere are, but what people are saying is that it would be better to bring them to the attention of OP instead of admonishing them for making a couple of mistakes. This is a very creative and unique scenario, so don't get discouraged OP!
But how do you get war bonds from this: "this proposal gave private citizens the ability to directly contribute or participate in the war effort as “Authorized Non-Combatant Assistance”. "
That seems to imply that people can donate their labor. Their slaves?
and this: "This act served two purposes, first to prevent “atrocious and unnecessary” overspending by the government,"
Surely no one is saying that debt financing isn't the same thing as spending.
and this: "The Wartime Investment Act promised an up front payment of 25% of the worth of any cargo being carried by private vessels, with another 25% being given upon the vessel’s return."
So...a private merchant marine gets paid for taking the load to the US fleet, then 50% of the value of the cargo on top of it?! How is that not "overspending?"
And: "Privateers were contracted and levied, and restrictions on arming privately held ships were relaxed."
And how does preying on the commerce of Japan, an isolationist nation, help finance a war and supply the US forces? Are they saying that the US is going to supply the US Army and Navy's operations in Japan through piracy?