The Bandwagon

December 1940
New Republic;12/2/40, Vol. 103 Issue 23, p757
Presents excerpts of articles published in several periodicals. Criticism of authors who write articles on the President of the United States and his family; Information on so-called chastity-belt girdle with a buckle in the shape of a padlock; Announcement of the play "The Great Dictator," performed at the Apollo Theater; Enhancement of sex appeal through luxury beauty baths described in the periodical "The New York Daily Mirror"; Advertisement of a woman who wants a place to show her wares with Spanish chest and other odd things; Comments of Japanese Minister of Commerce that the country has no more territorial or political ambitions in the direction of the Dutch East Indies than in the direction of China.


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