The Bandwagon

May 1941
New Republic;5/5/41, Vol. 104 Issue 18, p634
Presents information regarding political development taking place in the world with emphasis on the U.S. Information that Japan will award a medal and an annuity of $10.50 a month for life to every mother of twenty-five children; Viewpoint of Theodore J. Kreps, Economic Adviser to the TNEC that human beings are not the central and focal point in a democratic scheme of government; Concern over the increasing wages in the U.S., which may result into inflation; Information regarding the opening of William Shakepeare's "Tempest," at the Showboat in Seattle.


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