Will Congress Face Reality?

T. R. B.
March 1943
New Republic;3/29/43, Vol. 108 Issue 13, p413
Presents information on political developments in the United States. Information on political developments in the U.S. Congress; Opinion of the author on beginning of the war; Offers a look in information in previous issues of several newspapers about the forthcoming war; Report on the presidential veto; Criticism of the Bankhead-Johnson bill; Offers a look on indictments like inflation; Increment in inflation due to debates of Congress on Ruml plans; View of the author on Congress not solving manpower problem; information on the trade-agreements bill; Worry of the author about the causalities that will happen due to war.


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