TITLE

The Bandwagon

PUB. DATE
November 1940
SOURCE
New Republic;11/11/40, Vol. 103 Issue 20, p662
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents texts from different journals and newspapers related to various socio-political developments and issues. Question to counselor asking what to do for sorting family problems after three years of marriage, published in the Lonely Heart column in The New York Post; Remark of Eugene B. Elliot, state superintendent of public instruction of Michigan, stating that U.S. plainsman William F. Cody is now looking forward to his next years with keen anticipation; Headline from The San Francisco Chronicle that Wendell L. Willkie, U.S. Presidential candidate, will make chest appeal; Announcement of the title "Hero of Socialist Labor" to be provided to Soviet inventors specializing in aviation, artillery and rifles; Movie advertisement appeared in The Chicago Tribune for the film, "All This and Heaven Too," offering free dinnerware to ladies.
ACCESSION #
14750472

 

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