April 1954
New Republic;4/5/54, Vol. 130 Issue 14, p23
This article presents information related to politics and other issues which was published in different journals. According to "The Magazine of Wall Street," it would be erroneous to state that pessimism has gained any ground, at the same time, it cannot be denied that optimism is running less high. In another news, published in "Boston Herald," Dr. Bella V. Dodd, ex-Communist who left the patty in 1949, said, the only thing communists had to fear in this country is the educated man.


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