The Bandwagon

April 1942
New Republic;4/6/42, Vol. 106 Issue 14, p462
Presents texts and quotes related to various socio-political issues, published in different newspapers. Views of Hattie Carnegie, New York socialist and designer, over capital movement in the U.S.; Disclosure of information by the district alcoholic-beverage-control board regarding paid taxes; Consequences of the issuance of the order against saluting in Russian armies during the War; Notice that marriages contracted since December 8, 1941, will not be accepted as grounds for exemption, published in The New York Post; Advertisement for free birthday greetings on telephones, published in The Cornell Daily Sun newspaper; Headline "Allied Nations Await Next Japanese Move," published in The New York Times.


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