The Bandwagon

October 1940
New Republic;10/14/40, Vol. 103 Issue 16, p527
Presents texts from newspaper clippings concerning various socio-political issues in several countries. Report that a defeated candidate for sheriff in Arkansas, who polled sixty-six votes, now carries on with a gun strapped to each hip; Statement that the Soviet Union censorship is a measure for defense as well as for the dissemination of truth, while capitalist censorship is a censorship against truth; Concern of J. Otis Swift, columnist of the newspaper "The New York World-Telegram," on the political conditions in Europe.


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