Think the U.S. Military Won’t Fire on Americans, Veterans? Think Again.

In 1932 45,000 World War I veterans, many with families, traveled from across America to Washington, D.C. to lobby Congress to financially compensate them based on a 1924 law promising them financial compensation for their service, in the form of a “bonus,” paid as a bond redeemable in 1945. The veterans called the “bonus” theRead moreRead more