By Mark Mix
Home day care providers would be forced into unions
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
As we see Americans who took part in one way or another in World War II begin to fade from the scene in large numbers, we start to understand the bittersweet feelings that overtook previous generations about other conflicts in our history. But there are many reasons why the term "greatest generation," now almost routinely applied to them, is not so hyperbolic.
Yet, as he notes, with admirable fairness, "The declared policy of the American army in regard to the Negro soldier is absolutely clear: 'He is to receive the same treatment, wages, rations as the white troops.