The Week

October 1943
New Republic;10/25/43, Vol. 109 Issue 17, p555
The article presents world news briefs as of October 25, 1943. A subcommittee headed by Senator Tom Connally has recommended that the U.S. become involved in the effort to maintain international authority and peace. As a result of the subcommitte's proposal, several U.S. senators are forming a group to change and clarify the subcommittee's recommendations. Jewish newspapers have been banned by the government of president Pedro Ramirez in Argentina.


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