October 1962
New Republic;10/8/62, Vol. 147 Issue 15, p2
Presents information on recent economic and political developments in the U.S. Increase in the rate of unemployment; Decline of the stock market; Details of the Mid-term elections; Question on the indiscriminate selling of revolvers, rifles and machine guns around the country without a federal license; Comments on the legislation passed in the last days of the Congress.


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