To Our Readers

M. S.
October 1953
New Republic;10/12/53, Vol. 129 Issue 11, p23
The article presents the first two comments on John Mallan's article "The Hot-and-Cold War of Henry Luce" that came from a U.S. Senator and a British anthropologist. Further, it focuses on the item printed in this week's Bandwagon about a certain party that seems funny to the benighted readers. But to the embattled neutralists of the world, it is a matter of deadly seriousness. It appeared to the supporters as the archetypes of persecuted left-wingers in this semi-fascist state and finally, it consists of a report on the readership survey.


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