The Bandwagon

December 1943
New Republic;12/20/43, Vol. 109 Issue 25, p886
Presents news clippings related to political situation in the U.S. as published in different newspapers. Statement made by the U.S. Civil Service Commission that the earmark of an American Communist is an advanced degree of patriotism; Information that former Governor, A.M. Landon of Kansas carried the effort to prevent Republican presidential re-nomination of Wendell L. Willkie to Washington where he will give freshmen GOP congressmen some political pointers; Description of a character of the new novel of Fannie Hurst.


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