August 1955
New Republic;8/22/55, Vol. 133 Issue 8, p23
The article presents press clippings of some socio-political issues related with the U.S. The July 21, 1955 issue of "AP Radio Wire" wrote that when Kansas children will return to school in September they will find enough teachers on hand in contrast to shortages in other parts of the nation. Among the methods used to alleviate the teacher shortage were a far-flung recruiting system, consolidation of schools and the lowering of requirements. The July 30, 1955 issue of the "New York Times" highlights that the earth satellite will have no practicable military application in the foreseeable future.


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