July 1953
New Republic;7/13/53, Vol. 128 Issue 28, p3
The article reports and comments on current events making news during the week of July 13, 1953. A number of items are covered including the political use of civil service jobs, the possible support of president Dwight D. Eisenhower for a measure that would weaken the United Nations and a report that South Korean forces had engaged in armed conflict with American armed forces.


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