From the Letters to the Editor column of the September 2007 Perspectives
Pamphlets and Postwar Society
Randy Plunkett, September 2007
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To the Editor:
I am writing to say that I find the GI Roundtable materials to be invaluable. Your collection of hard-to-find pamphlets and publications is a goldmine for me, a researcher and presenter of how the GI Bill revolutionized our society. Thank you for this “experiment.” I, for one, have profited greatly from it and I am sure countless others have as well. This is a labor of love and it is very evident that the time spent on assembling and developing this site is scholarly and relevant.