The Bandwagon

October 1940
New Republic;10/7/40, Vol. 103 Issue 15, p476
Presents texts of the newspaper clippings related to various socio-political issues in Great Britain and the U.S. Instructions given to British Home Guards for shooting a person without personal grudges; Advertisement for a 8-foot square John Gilbert Honeymoon Bed published in the "The Hollywood Citizen-News"; Report that Julian Larose Harris, the executive editor of the newspaper "Chattanooga Times," and Hunt Clement Jr., his assistant, finding themselves not in accord with the editorial policy of the newspaper in the presidential campaign, have been granted editorial leaves of absence at their own request.


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