ONE of the common sayings of today is that this war is or should be a total war. What do we mean by total war? Some people when they use that phrase are thinking of the nation as a whole-they mean that the war has to be waged not only by fighting men but by workers keeping up production, in fields and factories and mines, and by housewives in their homes, keeping up the health and strength of their families. But to me total war means also something else; it means total for each individual-that each individual should be putting the whole-not just part of himself-into war effort.