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July 1941
New Republic;7/7/41, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p24
Presents comments on several letters to the editor on socio-political issues. Comparison of the usefulness of soldiers and social science students after the war; Quotes from author Van Wyck Brooks' article on scholar Oliver Allston; Circular on anti-Semitic views of statesman and scientist Benjamin Franklin; Information on German influence in South Chile; Tribute to late U.S. Representative M. Michael Edelstein.


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