U.S. At War: MacArthur Consolidated

In Chicago last week 17 men & women laid the paper foundation of a national political organization: the National Association of MacArthur for President Clubs. The founder of the country's first MacA.f.P. Club, Joseph P. Savage of Chicago, was unanimously elected president by the 17 delegates (eight Illinoisans, the rest from four neighboring States), who also decided unanimously that the organization should have two vice-chairmen in every State, "one to be the President or Chairman of the State organization and the other a woman. . . ."

In Manhattan appeared another MacArthur organization with a countrywide title: MacArthur National Associates....

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