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New Republic;4/20/53, Vol. 128 Issue 16, p2
The article presents information on the change in the business office of New Republic (NR). For twenty-seven years Dan Mebane has run that office as business manager and publisher. He started as an English instructor at the University of Indiana. He came to New York, joined the Ingersoll Watch Company and gave up a comfortable career there to join the New Republic, in 1920, at $40 a week. He ran the business office; but he spoke out always; the most militant and optimistic voice on the NR. He also managed four other magazines published by the same corporation.


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