The Bandwagon

September 1942
New Republic;9/21/42, Vol. 107 Issue 12, p350
Presents quotations from various articles published in different journals. Comparison of the views of Spanish monarchies with those of English monarchies in that both believe in democratic processes; Opposition to the segregation of blood plasma of the blacks by the Red Cross; Lack of any biological differences in the blood of different races; Views that girls can help win the war by complimenting the haircut of men; Comments that Crew cuts are as much a part of war as buying war bonds and stamps.


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