The Bandwagon

May 1942
New Republic;5/4/42, Vol. 106 Issue 18, p606
Presents comments on various political issues made by several persons and published in newspapers. Statement that God is against any nation that starts a war on Sunday, as Japan is guilty of doing, from a letter in the newspaper "The Tampa Morning Tribune"; Report that Circuit Judge Paul D. Barns upheld the right of the Democratic Party in Florida to limit its members to white persons, which was printed in the newspaper "The Saint Petersburg Times"; Report that U.S. Senator W. Lee O'Daniel said that he is ready to abide by the new War Production Board order forcing a 70-percent reduction in manufacture of radio transcriptions and phonograph records even if it means he'll have to discontinue his Sunday-morning broadcasts, published in the newspaper "The San Antonio Express."


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