The Bandwagon

November 1944
New Republic;11/13/44, Vol. 111 Issue 20, p626
Presents clippings and headlines from newspapers and periodicals on U.S. politics and culture. New Deal's WPA program on employment; Criticism on Senator Wagner's perceived anti-veteran stand and leaning on socialism; Censorship of the word "decolletage" by newspaper editor Robert McCormick from the script of the rehearsal for the fashion show of WGN; Book reviews of "The Beast in View," by Muriel Rukeyser and "The Compass Eye, by Harold Vinal from the Sunday edition of "The Washington Star."


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