The Bandwagon

October 1944
New Republic;10/16/44, Vol. 111 Issue 16, p495
Presents news briefs that were published in various newspapers. Position of U.S. presidential candidate Thomas Dewey in winning the 1944 elections; Concern of American stamp collectors to get the permission to acquire the many European stamps which have been released in enemy and enemy-occupied countries during the war years; Family reunion of Dewey.


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