March 1943
America;3/13/1943, Vol. 68 Issue 23, p631
The article discusses the proposed bill on drafting of personnel for national service The National War Service Bill places all men from 18-65 years old and all women from 18-50 years old, except under a legal obligation, to render such personal service in and of the war effort as he or she may be deemed best fitted to perform. It states that it is important that the Congress debate its every aspect with complete disregard for politics and pressure groups.


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