Other People's Money

Flynn, John T.
November 1935
New Republic;11/27/35, Vol. 85 Issue 1095, p73
Presents socio-economic conditions in the U.S. in accordance with the Communist agenda of sovietizing the U.S. Description of the sterling patriots in Akron, Ohio who wanted to parade in a peace demonstration along with two high school bands; Denial of the patriotic superintendent of education in Akron, Ohio to let the bands parade; Dismissal of the parade as a communist plot to gain momentum in the United States; Appropriation from the Public Works Administration to Detroit, Michigan for putting up sixty-four buildings with over 750 apartments at a cost of $4,500,000 as a low-cost-housing project; Declaration of an embargo against the United States government by a vice-president of the American Bankers' Association.


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