The Bandwagon

January 1944
New Republic;1/31/44, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p148
Presents excerpts from various periodicals, contributed by the readers. Quotes of L.S. Amery, Secretary of State for India; Comments of Representative Charles A. Halleck of Indiana against grade labeling before the Advertisers' Club of Cincinnati; Announcement of the strike by the building employees of the University of Minnesota. Information on the suspension sentence of a year received by Howard Rathbun, an automotive engineer, after a jury found him guilty of making an inflammatory statement against U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.


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