The Bandwagon

July 1942
New Republic;7/6/42, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p23
Presents comments on socio-political events in the U.S., published in different periodicals. Criticism of the book "Marriage," by Léon Blum, defending contraception, divorce, and incest, published in the "Books" column of the periodical "The Catholic International"; Discussion on rights of the citizens of the U.S., to compel people to pay for school street-crossing guards, published in the periodical "The Santa Ana"; Protest of Harold W. Ross, editor of the periodical "The New Yorker," against a proposed public park near his estate.


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