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WORLD WAR II AND SUPERFUND: Court says government agreed to pay for company's future liabilities in 1940 contract

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DURING WORLD WAR II, MANY companies, including chemical giant DuPont, made goods for the military under contract at government-owned facilities. Now, six decades later, these companies may get the government to pay for their Superfund cleanup liability from those war efforts.

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