Wellstood, Richard; Anker, Frederick L.; Farley, James A.; Biser, Max; West, Murray; Winslow, Henry F.
August 1952
New Republic;8/18/52, Vol. 127 Issue 7, p2
Presents letters to the editors referencing various topics discussed in previous issues. Comments made by the reader on choosing Adlai Stevenson by the Democratic Party of the United States as its nominee in the presidential elections; Opposition by the liberal group of the Democratic Party against the subtle strategy in the party; Analysis of Robert Evertt's comments on Edith Weiss-Mann's attitude about composers.


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