Taymor, Betty; Norton, Clement A.; Mallan, John P.; Robertson, R. A.; Mitchell, C. Clyde; Hoffman, A. C.; Snow, Thad; Shephard, Laura; Wood, Jane H.; Illing, Hans A.; Rothschild, RobertF.; Jackson, Major J. J.
May 1954
New Republic;5/31/54, Vol. 130 Issue 22, p22
Presents several letters to the editor. Association between increase in farm prices and inflexibilities in marketing margins at the retail level; Initiative taken by former Massachusetts Congressman John P. Mallan to work on behalf of the candidacy of Foster Furcolo for the U.S. Senate.


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