The Week

February 1944
New Republic;2/21/44, Vol. 110 Issue 8, p227
The article presents U.S. news briefs as of February 21, 1944. The U.S. State Department has requested that the British government censor news that discusses U.S. foreign policy. It is speculated that the majority in the U.S. Congress may pass a bill that would forbid food subsidies. U.S. tax forms seem to be confusing to many Americans.


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