From The New Republic Mail Bag

April 1942
New Republic;4/13/42, Vol. 106 Issue 15, p496
Presents news related to socio-political developments in the U.S. Information that the subject of the third meeting of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare to be held at Nashville, Tennessee, will be "The South's part in winning the war for democracy"; Information that the organization of a Post-War Council, by the University of Michigan, to stimulate student endeavor in the war effort and in the peace which is to follow, and to assimilate the knowledge which will be necessary for an equitable reconstruction; Hope of Mary Phillips Buckner of Lamont , Illinois, that Texans in the next congressional elections can "bury "Divisionist" Martin Dies deep in the heart of Texas' for the duration."


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