The Bandwagon

October 1941
New Republic;10/20/41, Vol. 105 Issue 16, p510
Presents quotes from various publications related to political and social events that took place around the world. Views of the Governor of Wisconsin on scrap in a speech to the Milwaukee Junior Chamber of Commerce, as reported in "The Milwaukee Journal"; Report from an editorial in the newspaper "The Globe and Mail" that the name of the British Empire stands to the native chiefs of Africa, India, and Egypt as God and liberty; Headline in the newspaper "The Boston Herald" that Boston, Massachusetts appreciates all that is noble in music more than any city of the world; Wireless dispatch from Tokyo, Japan to the newspaper "The New York Times" that the newspaper "Hochi," in a message to the Chinese people says that Japan is withdrawing from Changsha, China after victory; Report from a booklet "What Is the Unitarian Religion?" that a check of persons listed in who's who in the United States reveals that those holding Unitarian beliefs occur 28 times as frequently as one would expect; Report from the newspaper "The San Francisco Chronicle" that General J. Lesley McNair said the army's principal shortages are in ammunition, radio equipment, weapons, planes and vehicles ranging from trucks to tanks; Views of beauty specialist Alma Archer in her beauty column in the newspaper "The New York Daily Mirror" on hair and personal beauty; Report from the newspaper "The Chicago Tribune" that the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, England left Washington for Chicago, Illinois; Advertisement in the newspaper "The Hollywood Reporter" related to a rented house.


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