The Week

May 1939
New Republic;5/17/39, Vol. 99 Issue 1276, p29
The article presents comments on various news stories from the week of May 17, 1939. Topics discussed include Italian scholar Doctor Max Ascoli's comment on the policies of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, bills in the U.S. Congress that are said to encroach upon civil rights for immigrants, and amendments to the National Labor Relations Act.


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