U.S. At War: CROSS CURRENT OF AMERICAN THOUGHT

CROSS CURRENTS OF AMERICAN THOUGHT

These pictures are evidence that on the apparent eve of Invasion the American people had not lost interest in the problems of more-or-less-normal living. In the center, "General" Jacob S. Coxey, leader of the famed Coxey's Army of 1894, addresses the national convention of Hoboes of America, Inc. Meeting over a Washington saloon, the hoboes solemnly discussed the decay of youthful morals, wanderlust, the curse of the Machine Age, non-interest-bearing bonds.

At right is Radio Starlet Florida Edwards, who won an $8,180 judgment against the Hollywood Canteen for an injury to her coccyx, suffered while dancing with a...

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