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"Just before dark, the $2,450,000 Macon had lurched crazily and inexplicably skyward, then had settled stern first into the sea. All but the chief radio operator and a Filipino mess-boy among the eighty-three officers and men aboard had taken to rubber life boats and had been picked up by war ships on Maneuvers."

"All Congress needs to do is announce its refusal to condemn more American seamen to death; to declare that no more funds of American taxpayers will be squandered on these useless gas-bags."

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The Loss of the <i>Macon</i> and It's Aftermath (Literary Digest, 1935)

The Loss of the <i>Macon</i> and It's Aftermath (Literary Digest, 1935)

The Loss of the <i>Macon</i> and It's Aftermath (Literary Digest, 1935)

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