U.S. At War: Propaganda Babes?

Fortnight ago the House, led by Republicans and prodded by the Scripps-Howard press, cut OWI's appropriation from $42,000,000 to $18,000,000 — a slash which would just about end OWI's activities in Europe and at home. But last week, as the Senate Appropriations Com mittee pondered this action,-a galaxy of stars swooped to OWI's rescue.

President Truman flatly said that to abolish some of OWI's major functions now would "be a mistake." It was operating, said he, "in the interest of a nation still fighting a war which is far from over." Generals Marshall and Eisenhower point ed out that the Army's plans...

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