Martin Baker MB5. The pilots liked it, the maintenance crews liked it, and it flew at cutting edge performance of the time.
Led by Donald Douglas, the council organised the distribution of wartime aircraft production in America from 1943 I believe. The whole point was reduce commercial and political interference which it managed successfully (after North America's strike which had to be put down with armed soldiers, but that was before the Council operated). I have no need for bridges, thank you.
So your claim is there was never any element of politics or buisnes smanipulation to US aircraft selection and production during ww2 afer 1943 . None what so ever.
It seems a rather big claim.