Government Aid to Ex-Service Men

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Problems Raised by Release of Soldiers

Some 200,000 soldiers are scheduled to be released from the army by the end of 1941, and much larger numbers of service men will be discharged, upon completion of their training periods, in 1942 and ensuing years—if the United States avoids formal entry into the war. Increasing attention is therefore being given to methods of easing the transition of large contingents of men from military to civilian life, in order to protect demobilized draftees against unemployment and other economic hazards ...

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