March 1961
New Republic;3/20/61, Vol. 144 Issue 12, p3
The article presents news briefs and commentary concerning international and domestic U.S. politics as of the week of March 20, 1961. The debate between separation of Church and State concerning the reception of federal benefit funding to private schools is discussed in depth. The state of U.S. political intervention in Laos and Cuba are overviewed. Comments given the presidential economic advisor William McChesney Martin regarding the economic conditions of the U.S. are analyzed.


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