- John Jay,1895–1989, U.S. lawyer, banker, and government official.
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McCloy referred to these deviations from policy as experiments "too limited to afford general conclusions."
While he admitted important limitations in the performance of the units, McCloy nevertheless remained encouraged.
Its report, McCloy concluded, should have put these matters beyond doubt.
Even if the quota was meant as a floor rather than a ceiling, McCloy thought it objectionable.
Footnote 5-43: Eventually over thirty-five commands responded to the McCloy questionnaire.