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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 16, 1950, Image 99

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DR. JOHN R. STEELMAN
HOW STRONG IS
THE U.S.A.?
ADMIRAL MLLENKOETTER
HOW STRONG IS
THE ENEMY?
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COSTS OF
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WHY YOU SHOULD KNOW THESE NAMES ■■■H
The 10 faces above should be familiar to every B
American. Unfortunately, most of them are not. Hr *■ B
If you are average, five or six of the 10 faces are ^BL. IK;
unknown to you. This is not surprising; eight of J
the 10 top cold-war jobs didn't even exist until H
three years ago, and there have been many
changes in personnel. But the main paint is that 10 men run America’s
new invisible cold-war government. They are charged with the safety
of the United States; preventing war if they possibly can, making
sure we are in a position to win if war does come. .
The work of the 10 should be watched, their actions judged by all of
us. They should be supported or criticised, as necessary. For the way
they do their job will determine the safety and freedom of all of us.
- Lowell Thomas
TEN MEN
Here’s the inside story of Harry Truman’s
invisible government. Its job is to guide
us through the cold war, protect us if the
war gets hot. How well is it working? For
your own safety, you should know the answer
by Proctor Mellqnist

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