Wilson, Luke W.; Biser, Max; Moore, Donald; Blake, Donald H.; Granville, V. Louis; Simpson, G. R.; Flaherty, Leo B.; Lansdale, Alfred; Denzer, Stanley C.
September 1954
New Republic;9/6/54, Vol. 131 Issue 10, p22
Presents several letters to the editor regarding various previously published articles and socio-political issues and developments. Criticism on an article commenting on the death and career of Vito Marcantonio, a Congressman of the U.S.; Comment on an article making parallel comparison between U.S. Senator J. McCarthy and German dictator Adolf Hitler; Comments on the misuse of electoral power in the U.S.


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