Washington Wire

September 1953
New Republic;9/7/53, Vol. 129 Issue 6, p2
Offers U.S. economic and political news as of September 7, 1953. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's unwillingness to curb McCarthyism; Observations on the GOP budget and tax cuts; Decision of the U.S. Post Office to lift the fraud order against the battery additive ADX2; Desire of U.S. allies for direct negation between the U.S. and Moscow.


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