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March 1944
New Republic;3/13/44, Vol. 110 Issue 11, p351
Presents information on several political events in the U.S. Comments of George M. Hauser, executive secretary of The Chicago Fellowship of Reconciliation, on the association between the pacifists and the Peace Now movement; Responsibility of Cyril Clemens, president of the International Mark Twain Society, to edit the anecdotes of Will Rogers; Announcement of publication of the April, 1944 publication of a non-commercial magazine entitled "Interim."


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