The Bandwagon

April 1944
New Republic;4/3/44, Vol. 110 Issue 14, p471
Presents various quotes published in different journals and newspapers in the United States. Petitions circulated in Olympia, Washington asking the Congress for the impeachment of Vice President Henry A. Wallace; View that subsidies keep farmers subjugated to government-dictated programs; Dress that would be worn by policemen at the annual policemen's ball; Details of Pullman Co. advertisement published in the magazines "Time" and "Life."


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