Washington Notes

T. R. B.
August 1941
New Republic;8/11/41, Vol. 105 Issue 6, p188
Presents information about feeling of guilt surrounding U.S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler, who was charged with subversive activity. Tribute to Wheeler as a martyr to the cause of peace; Debate on Wheeler's point of personal privilege; Free-speech crying act in the U.S. Senate by Wheeler; Report on United Automobile Workers' convention in Buffalo that will provide the embattled factionalists of the Congress of Industrial Organizations; Argument against technological advancements.


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