Washington Wire

March 1954
New Republic;3/15/54, Vol. 130 Issue 11, p2
Reports political and economic developments in the U.S. as of March 15, 1954. Recession of the stock market; Response to the Army to communism; Factors contributing to the decline of the prices of durable goods.


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