The Week

June 1943
New Republic;6/28/43, Vol. 108 Issue 26, p844
The article discusses events related to U.S. politics. The author suggests labor leader John L. Lewis is using a possible strike of coal workers to damage the political career of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The author suggests the creation of a U.S. National Commission on Race Relations to prevent race riots. A U.S. congressional committee has demanded the establishment of a food tsar to investigate food shortages.


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