Skeels, Jack; Basnight, William A.; Tyler, Gus; O'Neill, Jack; Patton, Thomas C.
July 1954
New Republic;7/19/54, Vol. 131 Issue 3, p23
Presents letters to the editor related to various political issues in several countries. Concerns over unrepresentative character of the U.S. Congress; Reactions over gerrymandering by the U.S. government and state legislatures; Assessment of the Spanish civil war.


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