January 1953
New Republic;1/26/53, Vol. 128 Issue 4, p7
Presents information on the political and social developments in the United States. Information on the inaugural concert of the National Symphony; Objection to the performance by Aaron Copland, American composer; Allegations against Copland being associated with communist-front organization; Criticism of Democratic foreign policies by John Foster Dulles, the new Secretary of State; Opinion of Dulles on trade barriers established by the government; Formulation of a new monetary policy advocated by major investment and banking firms.


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