U.S. At War: Lots of Loneliness

Alaska's Delegate in Congress is square-jawed Anthony Joseph Dimond, 60. Last week he bluntly accused both Army and Navy of showing "entirely too much complacency" over the Jap invasion. "If we haven't enough power to drive them out now, how can we expect to do it when they get fully established?" An old Alaska hand, who has prospected for gold and practiced law, Delegafe Dimond declared that there are 25,000 Jap fighters in the Aleutians.* By taking Kiska the Japs are nearer the U.S. Pacific coast—and the Panama Canal—than if they had...

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