The Bandwagon

June 1941
New Republic;6/16/41, Vol. 104 Issue 24, p825
Presents quotes related to various political and social events that took place around the world published in different publications. Comment by a mother of two children regarding their admittance by the management of a company; Quote by U.S. House Representative Hatton W. Sumners on hero worship in the U.S.; Statement on the fact of existence of the God amidst War struck world.


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