...or does it?
"Among the millions of U.S. citizens who last week clamored for an opportunity to aid Great Britain and France, there were few who did not feel a sense of frustration at the dreadful speed of events abroad and the slow progress of this nation's supporting steps. No longer was there any doubt of America's will to help. Old geographical inhibitions lay shattered. From coast to coast Americans of every age - with the exception of Communists, pro-Germans, and a few ideological pacifists and isolationists - wanted to assist the Allies in some degree. But only a handful had found the means to serve. On these pages you see a few young men who have found a way to help in full measure by enlisting as drivers with the American Volunteer Ambulance Corps in France."
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