The Week

August 1943
New Republic;8/16/43, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p212
The article presents brief discussions of U.S. and world events as of August 16, 1943. The article discusses such topics as the lack of democratic principles and other problems within the U.S. State Department, economic analyst John Bovingdon, and politicians' reactions to gasoline rationing in the Middle West of the U.S.


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