August 1943
New Republic;8/2/43, Vol. 109 Issue 5, p174
Presents information on people who are trying to sabotage the war and peace. Increase in impatience towards legislators who are sabotaging the war and peace; Rage against senators from Michigan, Georgia, Maine, Oregon and Texas; Criticism of the war and unemployment; Election of the senators from Georgia and Michigan on account of apathy; Removal of any and all obstruction that comes in the way of peace and prosperity.


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