In this Issue
This issue commemorates our 85th year of publication with a look back at some of the more significant events and issues in the Journal's history. The editors hope that this issue will lead readers to reflect on how far the profession has come in these decades, as well as where we want to go in the next 85 years.
Perhaps no event in modern history has had a greater impact than the Second World War. Three feature articles by leading accounting historians Mark E. Jobe and Dale L. Flesher recall the response of leading professionals, institutions like the NYSSCPA, and publications like the Journal to wartime. The underlying theme running through the actions of CPAs in those years is that of service to the profession and the public. When the government called for help in keeping an unprecedented military and industrial effort going, members of a still-new profession answered the call. Their contributions helped keep vital businesses and government agencies running smoothly and working toward victory.
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