Enemies at Home

April 1942
New Republic;4/20/42, Vol. 106 Issue 16, p541
Focuses on several agents of disunity in the U.S. Launch of a monthly magazine, "The Cross and the Flag" the clergy Gerald L.K. Smith; Emphasis laid by "The Cross and the Flag" on need for an "America first" policy to control the military decisions of the nations; Proposal made by the periodical to appoint Senator David I. Walsh as Secretary of the Navy; Views of the newspaper The New York Daily News on the restriction of bicycle sales; Arguments given by publisher William Dudley Pelley on his arrest on charges of sedition; Information on arrests of Robert Noble and Filis Jones of California.


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