TITLE

Washington Notes

AUTHOR(S)
T.R.B.
PUB. DATE
June 1945
SOURCE
New Republic;6/25/45, Vol. 112 Issue 26, p870
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Presents information on recent political developments in the U.S. Appeal of correspondents for the allocation of airplanes so that they can efficiently cover U.S. Presidents press releases; Impact of the Bretton Woods agreement on the world credit system; Repeal of Johnson Act; Information on bills that are to be discussed in the Senate; Discussion on the fate of the U.S. Office of Price Administration; Proposal of passing a constitutional amendment to get rid of the poll-tax; Increase in the salary of House members.
ACCESSION #
14659863

 

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