UMT's Big Barrage Falls Short

Fuller, Helen
February 1948
New Republic;2/16/48, Vol. 118 Issue 7, p6
Focuses on lobbying efforts concerning a bill related to the Universal Military Training in the U.S. Pressure put by the Army, the American Legion and 62 other national organizations which favor UMT, on the Congress; Arguments given by the Republican leadership against the passage of the bill; Efforts made by the American Legion to get the bill approved; Importance given by lobbyists to mail from small towns and rural areas which Congressmen heed most; Information on members of the Army who would not be sorry to have UMT rejected.


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