Respectable Posture

One of the most explosive subjects in Congress is postwar universal military training. But last week the House Committee on Postwar Military Policy put into the debate a document which was a model of temperate, careful thought.

For weeks, under able, studious Chairman Clifton Woodrum, the special committee had pondered the whole idea. Their object was not to write a law but to study "the field of policy." For two weeks members had listened to more than 100 witnesses; hearings filled over 600 pages. Among the witnesses: General of the Army George Marshall,...

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