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December 1953
New Republic;12/14/53, Vol. 129 Issue 20, p23
This article presents information related to election of Mickey Levine as the vice-president of AVC. Two hundred more telegrams went off, in response to political leader James McCarthy's request, from the delegates to AVC's seventh national convention, held at Atlantic City. Political leader Mickey Levine reported to the convention that all the telegrams were sent except one, which read against McCarthy The Western Union office refused to transmit it because it contained a profane were referring, of course, to the word McCarthy. Mickey was elected Vice-Chairman of AVC. Political leader Bill Mauldin, the new Chairman, in his acceptance speech, made clear again why AVC is unique among veterans' organizations.


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