The Bandwagon

February 1944
New Republic;2/14/44, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p214
Presents news clippings from different journals related to various topics. Appraisal of the United States Senate for an unexpected burst of states' rights doctrine in passing the substitute soldier-vote bill; Provision of fur coats to poor working girls to keep themselves warm as they go to war plants to make munitions; Consensus of leading educators that no more than 10 percent of the population is educable; Information about a motion picture, "Here We Go Again," to be shown at the Republic Theatre; Advertisement of a seven room house on 7 months minimum lease; Remarks by Bill Jack of Jack and Heintz Inc. regarding fair employment rules.


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