Washington Wire

January 1954
New Republic;1/18/54, Vol. 130 Issue 3, p2
Focuses on the developments in the U.S. politics as of January 1954. Delivery of speech by President Dwight Eisenhower; Conversation between vice president Richard Nixon and Senator Joseph McCarthy; Charges of Communists in the government.


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