From The New Republic Mail Bag

September 1942
New Republic;9/21/42, Vol. 107 Issue 12, p352
Focuses on communication received by the journal from various quarters. Letter from a group of Soviet social democrats in the United States supporting the war efforts of the Soviet Union. Demands for a second front; Increase in efficiency with the attainment of unity of labor under the dual banner of democracy and socialism; Demands that the Soviet Union be given adequate material and military help; Letter from Kansas attacking the journal on being pro-British with respect to India; Letter praising induction of a new lease of life into the Chinese people on account of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives.


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