March 1952
New Republic;3/31/52, Vol. 126 Issue 13, p7
The article reports and comments on current events making news during the week of March 31, 1952. A number of items are covered including a continuing case of political corruption centered on the Internal Revenue Service that has tainted senators Richard Nixon, Owen Brewster and Milton Young, a court ruling on legislation regarding lobbying and measures enacted in South Africa to deny voting rights to non-white citizens.


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