April 1973
Education;Apr/May73, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p310
Academic Journal
This article will suggest a means by which the Defense Department could rapidly retrieve some of its lost position in public opinion, could attract a better staff, and could maintain its staff more effectively. The method is simply to increase the opportunities for adult education which will be open to the enlisted men of the Armed Forces.


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