Langer, William; Strong, Fred C.; Waters, Kathleen; Olshausen, George; Wolfson, Martin; Masters, Joseph G.; Johnson, Russell
March 1952
New Republic;3/24/52, Vol. 126 Issue 12, p2
Presents letters to the editor on the U.S. political and market conditions. Discussion on the malpractices in the business transaction; Discussion on the inflation in the economy; Analysis of foreign policy towards Russia; Discussion on the economic aspects of being a liberal.


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