Organizations: Determined DARling

Closing out their 71st Annual Continental Congress in Washington last week, 3,500 delegates of the 187,000-member Daughters of the American Revolution went on record with a roundup of resolutions. The ladies castigated U.S. Latin American policy ("tends to favor state socialism"), urged again that the U.S.

withdraw from the United Nations and that the United Nations remove itself from U.S. premises. They opposed buying United Nations bonds, demanded that the Congress dissolve the new U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.

As one of the convention's final acts, the D.A.R. elected as its...

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