Karson, Marc; Grodberg, Emil H.; Tachna, Max; Volk, Metek
April 1954
New Republic;4/5/54, Vol. 130 Issue 14, p22
Presents letters to the editor referencing various articles and topics published in previous issues of this journal. Remarks on articles related to Harold J. Laski's views on Soviet Union; Comments on the Securities and Exchange Commission's proposal to raise the exemption from registering securities to be sold to the public; Discussion of the matter of the number of persons separated form federal government who are being considered as security risks.


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