June 1953
New Republic;6/29/53, Vol. 128 Issue 26, p4
The article presents excerpts from article that appeared in American newspapers in 1953, the information contained in each intended to be ironic or humorous. A columnist suggests that there might be Communist penetration of major league baseball, a retired military officer, accustomed to having aides perform menial tasks, finds that he is unable to use the telephone, senator Joseph McCarthy's loyalty to president Dwight D. Eisenhower is affirmed.


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