The Week

September 1942
New Republic;9/14/42, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p299
Focuses on several socio-political issues around the world. Account of favorable factors for the United Nations in the World War II; Discussion of whether Japan will attack Siberia; Plans of the State Department of Spain to restore the country's historic relics; Announcement of connections of fifty "high government officials" with the Communists, by Senator Martin Dies in a report; Southern states in the U.S. which are demanding poll taxes; Problems faced by small businesses; Information on the pamphlet on Four Freedoms published by the U.S. Office of War Information; Nomination of Warren Gamaliel Harding for the post of future U.S. President by the Republican Party.


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