TITLE

From The New Republic Mail Bag

PUB. DATE
March 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;3/3/41, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p309
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Presents information on various comments related to recent socio-political developments that are reported to the editorial board of The New Republic." Views of Lee Shaul on Max Lerner's article titled "Hamlet and the Presidency" published in the January 27, 1941 issue; Ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court declaring Hindus to be ineligible to become naturalized citizens of the U.S.; Filing of a petition for naturalization by Dr. Kharati Ram Samras,a native of India residing at Acampo, California, as a test case which may lead to reconsideration of the judgment; Destruction of more than 90 percent of China's modern industrial plants by Japan.
ACCESSION #
14704377

 

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