May 1952
New Republic;5/12/52, Vol. 126 Issue 19, p2
The article presents excerpts from articles that appeared in American newspapers in 1952, the information contained in each meant to be ironic or humorous. The items covered include a candidate for office who considers himself the lesser of two evils, a Republican Party-oriented newspaper chides workers for wanting to increase their earnings and an editorial suggests that longevity harms a pension fund.


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