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means that he took the stage in the Senate "debate" over "Isolationism:" What is it Good For?" Senator Douglas thinks America should ally with the Titos, Francos and Chiangs of the world, fight for the Asian mainland, mobilise a 6 million man armed forces, spend $100 billion on defence, increase the work week from 40 to 48 hours, and strike directly at Russia the next time it gets uppity. Then it is on the Universal Service debate, which doesn't seem like much of a debate when everyone is getting cold feet. The Army's plan is UMT for a few months followed by release, which is basically the version that puts the least pressure on the Pentagon, since once set up the whole scheme will basically run itself as far as the Pentagon is concerned, with draft boards taking the heat. On the other hand the Administration wants the draftees to go into the army, or some alternative service if their health isn't up to it, where it will be the services' jobs to train them into something useful. That's a lot of work for the services, and they don't like that. Meanwhile, Congress is having second thoughts about the political work of calling up millions of young men, administering health and educational deferments, and so on. That's a lot of angry mothers writing in! Finally, the Army gets some heat from General Marshall, called from retirement to present the Pentagon case for UMT but also, apparently, to scapegoat the Army. It is fusing too many men in the "tail" for so few combat divisions compared with the Russians.