The Bandwagon

March 1942
New Republic;3/9/42, Vol. 106 Issue 10, p334
Presents various news clippings. Report of "New York Herald Tribune" that the whimsical suggestion in financial circles that the London Stock Exchange should erect a statue to Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin reflects the widespread realization that the armies of Soviet Union have furnished almost the sole bullish factor that the markets enjoyed this year; News item from "The Los Angeles Times," that You can tell a Communist by the guttural sound of his voice testified C. Leon De Aryan, editor of a San Diego newspaper.


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