The Bandwagon

October 1942
New Republic;10/26/42, Vol. 107 Issue 17, p547
Presents excerpts from stories which have been published in various newspapers and publications in the U.S. Information on a statement of national socialist Gertrud Scholz-Klink regarding fighters at the front; Excerpt from an interview with comedian Charlie Chaplin; Views expressed by physician Mary Fisher regarding delinquent girls; Information on an advertisement for a truss in the newspaper The San Diego Tribune; Excerpt from an article on population growth; Situation of the scrap-metal industry once the United Nations starts heavy fighting on a land front; Views of the newspaper The New York Times on the U.S. Department of War.


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