The Bandwagon

September 1944
New Republic;9/25/44, Vol. 111 Issue 13, p370
Presents political quotes published in various publications. Reference to a meeting on international security problems; Employment of Nazi tactics by political action committees; Foreign policy for the U.S. demonstrated by Governor Thomas E. Dewey; Political campaign of Dewey against U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Information on Ohio law that requires ballots to be marked with a black lead pencil; Discussion of climatic conditions required for the germination and growth of corn.


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