The Bandwagon

September 1942
New Republic;9/14/42, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p318
Presents comments on several political events in the U.S., published in different periodicals. Information on an advertisement regarding the nation's wartime economy, published in the periodical "Waldorf-Astoria"; Quotes of private secretary Phyllis Moir regarding private secretaryship, published in the periodical "The Times-Union"; Comments of a professor at Berlin University on the importance of loss of limbs to the German soldiers, published in the periodical "The New York Times."


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