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New National Defense Plans Ban Slackers and Profiteers, Acting War Secretary Says
Test of Strength Saturday Was Not Militarism, But Common Sense, Davis Declares.
The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Jul 5, 1925
Start Page:7
Pages:1
 Abstract (Document Summary)

New national defense plans, of which the nationwide muster Independence day was a test, will allow of no slackers and no profiteers, Acting Secretary of War Dwight F. Davis declared in a radio

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