From The New Republic Mail Bag

August 1941
New Republic;8/18/41, Vol. 105 Issue 7, p224
Discusses about various articles that were published in previous issues of the periodical. Reply from a corporal in the Panama Canal Zone to the letter from Private O.L. published in the July 14, 1941 issue of the periodical; Publication of anti-Nazi books by the Freedom Publishing Co.; Issuance of a booklet "Information Please" from the St. Louis Public Library; Correction on the date of the Nazi attack.


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