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June 1953
New Republic;6/22/53, Vol. 128 Issue 25, p2
Provides information on issues related to politics in the U.S. Details on the financial affairs of Senator Joseph Raymond McCarthy; Views of various journalists on communism; Distribution of several Congressional documents.


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