The Bandwagon

July 1944
New Republic;7/10/44, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p46
Presents political texts and quotations published in various periodicals. Establishment of headquarters by German dictator, Adolf Hitler in Le Mans; Proposal by Secretary Harold L. Ickes that the U.S. should operate government-owned plants; Reduction in the number of college students interested in teaching in Pennsylvania; Popularity of comic magazines in the U.S.; Information related to draft of Republican platform; Concealment of Augusto Rosso, an Italian Ambassador to the U.S. and his wife in an apartment in Rome during Nazi occupation.


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