From The New Republic Mail Bag

May 1944
New Republic;5/29/44, Vol. 110 Issue 22, p740
Presents information on some socio-political developments from around the world. Indignation expressed by some soldiers for instances of racial prejudice against Japanese Americans and other minority groups in the U.S.; Criticism against the policy of some of the leading nations of the world to not accept Jewish immigrants and instead wanting them to settle down in Palestine; Information on the National Wartime Conference to be held in New York City; Magazine launched by the Political and Social Sciences department of the New School for Social Research.


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