The Bandwagon

January 1941
New Republic;1/20/41, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p87
Presents quotes from various publications related to political and social events that took place in the United States. Report from the editorial in the periodical "The New Orleans Item" related to the idea of good work for your fellow and your country; Report from a newspaper that Mayor Leo J. Rogers of Trenton, New Jersey has established a vice squad of six policemen to protect Fort Dix, New Jersey soldiers from predatory women; Mimeographed chain letter sent out by G. Collins Terry, candidate for the Mayor of Los Angeles, California that the United States needs a reform government and under this form of better government there cannot be any political corruption; News item in the newspaper "The Cincinnati Times-Star" that police were summoned to the home of Harold C. Eustis, vice-president of H&S Pogue Co., when her wife discovered a dog playing in her front yard with what appeared to be a bomb; Report from the newspaper "The San Francisco Chronicle" that the Oakland, California Port Commission, the City Council and the Chamber of Commerce have waged a stubborn fight to prevent the army from taking over the choice frontage and harbor on the ground that it is vital to national defense.


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