T. R. B.
December 1952
New Republic;12/29/52, Vol. 127 Issue 26, p3
Highlights several sociopolitical issues around the world. Incident of a personal details form filled by a government employee's child that reveals reputation of the State Department in the United States; Event from East Germany disclosing the kind of satire directed against the Communists; Remarks made by governor Adlai Stevenson regarding explanation called by voters, who voted for presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower; Desire expressed by Robert Strange, former Congressman, to inscript some word on his anonymous tomb.


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