From The New Republic Mail Bag

November 1941
New Republic;11/17/41, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p672
Presents information on comments reported to the editorial board of The New Republic on issues related to recent socio-political developments. Comments on religious freedom; Right to control education, the press, the cinema and the radio; Information on a letter written by Berell B. Troyce of Cambridge, Massachusetts; Role of graduate students in post-war reconstruction; Information on a fortnightly publication, "The Far Eastern Bulletin," edited and printed in Hong Kong by Dr. Chan Han-seng.


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