VETERANS: March & Countermarch

At first the Communist Party did the American Veterans Committee a favor: it denounced the A.V.C. as a "bunch of Ivy Leaguers," ordered Communists to bore into the American Legion instead. But the Legion was no pink tea party. A year ago the comrades got orders to countermarch into the A.V.C.

Last week one of A.V.C's top leaders, Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., admitted their success: "The Commies moved in, and from a flowering, inspiring group of young Americans, interested in the nation's welfare, we have become a tattered and torn group. We are now bewildered and confused by the lies...

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