IV. The Citizen Army

Mitchell, Jonathan
March 1941
New Republic;3/17/41, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p364
Focuses on the new citizen army of the U.S. Impact of the army on the young men and on the society; Composition of the present army; Reports that none of the recruits under the Selective Service Act will receive training that will aid them later on; Classification of recruits according to their skills and aptitude; Assumption related to the French disaster; Creation of a semi-governmental body; Alteration in the army discipline.


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