July 1953
New Republic;7/20/53, Vol. 128 Issue 29, p23
This article focuses on some political development of the United States. A warning against over-confidence was given San Francisco Young Republicans last night. "We mustn't be lulled into thinking we have done such a good job that there is nothing left to do," declared Donald Eastvold, Washington State attorney general. Highway transportation specialist with the United States Chamber of Commerce, Henry K. Evans spoke in a panel discussion on how to prevent government encroachment on the parking industry.


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