March 1955
New Republic;3/28/55, Vol. 132 Issue 13, p22
The article presents several quotations from various periodicals from early 1955 in the United States that include Charles F. Kettering discussing how all-encompassing one's job should be and that movie director Cecil B. DeMille is considering using U.S. General Van Fleet as the voice of God in the movie "The Ten Commandments.


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