From The New Republic Mail Bag

November 1941
New Republic;11/24/41, Vol. 105 Issue 21, p704
Presents comments on various letters to the editor on various socio-economic issues. Report on the boycott of the products of any company that employs extreme methods in advertising; Improvement in the morale of all the major orchestras as well as their listeners; Announcement of an examination by the U.S. Civil Service Commission to fill the position of Librarian.


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