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March 1943
New Republic;3/29/43, Vol. 108 Issue 13, p416
Presents comments on various letters to the editor on several socio-political issues in the U.S. Quotation of the U.S. Representative John E. Rankin of Mississippi, on the activities of the National Resources Planning Board; Information on a letter that was written by the U.S. Representative D. Lane Powers about the exposure of anti-Fascist, pro-Nazi, or Communists; Reasons given by a reader for voting in support of the continuation of the Dies Committee.


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