The Ham-and-Egg-Tree

December 1939
Saturday Evening Post;12/9/1939, Vol. 212 Issue 24, p24
Focuses on the decision of the state of California to reject the Ham-and-Eggs bill on November 7, 1939. Impact of California's move on its Initiative and Referendum Law; Criticism against the promoters of the measure; Suggestion on the possibility that the residents of California will turn in their despair and anger on the promoters of the bill.


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