From The New Republic Mail Bag

November 1942
New Republic;11/16/42, Vol. 107 Issue 20, p643
Presents information on several topics provided by readers of the journal. Appeal to a reader, who got $4.85 in change for a one-dollar bill of a copy of the journal, return that extra amount to the owner of a rental library. Approval of the understanding of "the fundamental problems of the free world to come" shown by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and politician Wendell Willkie.


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