Stuart, Patricia; Taylor, Margaret N.; Alden Shaw, F.; Bruffill, Harry; Lewis Jr., Wilfred; Hollister, Howard Keys
August 1952
New Republic;8/4/52, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p2
Presents letters to the editor referencing the articles and topics discussed in previous issues of the periodical. Objections to the criticism made by Senator Paul Douglas to an article published against liberals; Appreciation for the article, "Dilemma of Candidate Eisenhower"; Discussion about General Douglas MacArthur and his being relieved from the position of command in Japan.


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