From The New Republic Mail Bag

March 1941
New Republic;3/17/41, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p375
Comments on several letters to the editor on various socio-political issues related to the U.S. View banker Marriner Eccles as deflationist; Comments on author Max Eastman's writing; Reports the publication of a new magazine by Consumers' Union, 17 Union Square, New York City; Increase in the number of death and injuries due to automobiles; Information on the counter-attack foreign propaganda, through broadcasts.


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