The Veterans and the Peace

November 1943
New Republic;11/29/43, Vol. 109 Issue 22, p780
Presents information on the influence of the soldiers who will after the war on the postwar period. Information on the American Legion, a veterans organization; Views of veteran's organizations on trade unions; Discrimination against Americans who fought in Spain against the Germans and Italians; Opinion of returned soldiers being a reactionary element in American life; Launch of a new veteran's organization by the Congress of Industrial Organizations to offset the anti-unionism drive of the American Legion.


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