The Bandwagon

June 1941
New Republic;6/2/41, Vol. 104 Issue 22, p761
Focuses on several clippings related to socio-political events that were extracted from various printed matters, including newspapers and official documents. Assailment of the fears that Germany would attack the United States by writer Kathleen Norris in the newspaper "The New Britain Herald"; Remarks of Miss Hazel Huffman, a U.S. investigator, on the identical nature of Communists and left-wingers in the newspaper "The New York Times"; Reference to political crisis in Finland arising out of the problems related to disastrous adventure against the Soviet Union, published in the newspaper "The New Masses."


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