National Affairs: The Gold-Bricker

Some 250 Vigilant Women for the Bricker Amendment gathered in Washington, shook their heads sadly as Mrs. Robert Vogeler (wife of the freed prisoner of the Hungarian Reds) cried: "Men who serve their country now have fewer rights than men who betray it." Another orator made the Vigilant Women fairly squeal with delight when he gave his reasons for changing the U.S. Constitution, beginning with: "This is the 74th birthday of General Douglas MacArthur." The speaker was Clarence Manion, ex-dean of the University of Notre Dame's law school, now chairman of President Eisenhower's...

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