November 1952
New Republic;11/24/52, Vol. 127 Issue 21, p2
Presents excerpts from articles published in different journals. Support by Nebraska's Republican Governor-elect for moving the statue of politician William Jennings Bryan from its position; Possibility that Representative of China Paul van der Velde will become chairman of the Un-American Activities Committee; Comment by Jackson Martindeli, president of the American Institute of Management on businessmen in the U.S.


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