December 1954
New Republic;12/13/54, Vol. 131 Issue 24, p23
The article presents excerpts from various periodicals including an excerpt from the November 26, 1954 issue of "US News & World Report," concerning U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower's bedtime reading habits, an excerpt from the November 19, 1954 issue of the "New York Times," concerning U.S. Senator William E. Langer's support for Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, and an excerpt from the October 11, 1954 issue of "New Republic," concerning American's willingness to fight a war fairly.


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