Prospects for the New Session

January 1944
New Republic;1/17/44, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p83
Focuses on the political developments related to the United States . Prospects of the forthcoming Congressional session in context of the U.S. presidential elections; Chance for passage of the tax bill; Problem for Senator George W. Norris regarding the tax bill; Evidence of the home folks throwing a scare into the U.S. Congress on the soldier-vote issue; Presentation of real facts associated with corporations, farmers and factory labor making killings out of the World War II; Profits earned by the corporations; Reason behind confidence of members of the Republican Party for their possible victory during the election; Attempt of the insurance lobby of the country for approval of an impudent bill; Plans of the government of Argentina to create political stability in Latin American countries.


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