Education: The Next Forty Years

How many citizen-soldiers will get to cast ballots under the cautious Soldier Vote Act of 1944 is still anybody's guess. But by last week one fact was clear: the act will keep servicemen as ignorant as possible of campaign issues.

The account of Nominee Dewey's acceptance speech printed in the Rome edition of Stars & Stripes omitted his criticisms of the Roosevelt administration. From Algiers came a report that the Mediterranean Stars & Stripes had been forbidden to print Associated Press political dispatches. Meantime the Army laid down rules for political writing in its papers; the resultant articles should put even...

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