Stiles, M. G.; Levey, Jeanne; Rosenstein, Albert; Nelson, Karl G.; Allard, Cynthia; Yates, Richard E.; Gannon, Marion
December 1952
New Republic;12/8/52, Vol. 127 Issue 23, p2
Presents several letters to the editor referencing articles published in previous issues. Opposition by California Senators and Representatives against Democratic Party's candidate Adlai Stevenson's political doctrine; Comments on the political campaign by Stevenson; "The One-Party Press," published in the issue of November 17; Views on the influence of Stevenson on press and media.


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