The Bandwagon

September 1944
New Republic;9/4/44, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p280
Presents excerpts of articles published in different journals. Report that in the application of the servicemen's-voting law by the army, several hundred thousand copies of the "Official Guide to the Army Air Forces" were banned from sale at post exchanges in the U.S.; Statement that something must be done evidently to arouse the people of the eastern states to the necessity of meeting their full obligations toward the war; Comment that Americans have so much more to fight for than Europeans and one of these things is freedom of sports.


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