U.S. at War: For the Soldier's Family

For the benefit of the soldier and the family he leaves behind, many of the nation's debt and tax laws were suspended fortnight ago. Into effect went the Sparkman Act (after Alabama's Congressman John J. Sparkman), which tries to guarantee that no soldier shall return to find his home foreclosed, his insurance policies lapsed and his family out in the street. The new law bolsters earlier attempts to protect the serviceman, plugs the loopholes, sets up as solid a protective fence as any soldier could ask for. Outstanding provisions:

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