The Week

June 1943
New Republic;6/21/43, Vol. 108 Issue 25, p813
The article discusses events related to U.S. politics. The U.S. Congress has passed the War Labor Relations Act which prohibits contributions to political candidates by labor unions. Fred Searls, a former consultant to the U.S. War Production Board (WPB), has been appointed to the staff of the U.S. Office of War Mobilization. A poll of Republicans by representative Low E. Allen indicates a majority favor New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey as a 1944 U.S. presidential candidate.


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