Military Surplus Act (Kahn–Wadsworth Act)

The Military Surplus Act (or Kahn-Wadsworth Act) was signed into US law by the 66th US Congress in 1920.[1] Sponsored by Representative Julius Kahn (R) of California and Senator James Wolcott Wadsworth, Jr. (R) of New York, it distributed 25,000 surplus army trucks to state highway departments for road-building purposes.

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