April 1952
New Republic;4/7/53, Vol. 126 Issue 14, p2
The article presents three excerpts from articles published in American newspapers, the information contained in the pieces intended to be ironic or humorous. A piece in the "San Francisco Chronicle" comments on the Korean War. The "New York Times" reports on the presidential campaign mounted by senator Robert Taft. A unintentionally humorous quote from Newbold Morris, a New York City politician, is presented.


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