October 1952
New Republic;10/27/52, Vol. 127 Issue 17, p2
Presents text from articles published in various newspapers. Observation of symptoms of ptomaine poisoning in participants after a Republican rally in the U.S. from the "Washington Post"; Senator Richard Nixon's statement about General Dwight D. Eisenhower from "Look"; Regulations of the U.S. Army to prevent suicidal tendencies from a CDN dispatch from Tokyo; Information about a opera by Dmitri Shostakovich from an AP dispatch.


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