The Week

July 1942
New Republic;7/13/42, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p35
Presents news related to current political and economic issues around the world. Information on recent developments related to World War II; Strategic importance of Aleutian Islands for the U.S. to win the war; Efforts made to end the congressional probing of war-production policy; Discussion of political developments in Puerto Rico; Details of the second-annual report of the American Civil Liberties Union; Development of resettlement programs for refugees by Refugee Economic Corp.; Regulation of the Office of Censorship to forbid the discussion pending diplomatic negotiations until they have been completed.


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