The Bandwagon

March 1944
New Republic;3/20/44, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p381
Presents information on political events in the U.S., published in different U.S. journals. Example of insolent disregard of the Constitution and of the State rights; Suggestion that any proposal, no matter how sensible, which would arouse the sharp resistance of that dominant section of big business supports the war ought not to be passed; Information on supervisor John J. Sullivan's resolution.


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