September 1952
New Republic;9/1/52, Vol. 127 Issue 9, p2
This article presents news briefs from various journals related to U.S. politics. What is frightfully upsetting to the Republicans is that one-fifth of all share-holders, 1,300,000 bought stocks since the election of "that man" to the White House in 1948. The Brookings sure doesn't say anything about it, but it is reasonable to presume that about two-thirds ,of the investors made their investments since "that other man" was elected in 1932.


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