Czevwinski, Edward; Hildebrand, William H.; Wilhelm, Lou; Bugbee, Helen
October 1960
New Republic;10/17/60, Vol. 143 Issue 17, p22
Presents several letters to the editor, referencing articles published in previous issues. "Politics is for Other People," published in the October 03 issue; "Can Kennedy Set Them Afire," published in the September 26 issue; Views of presidential candidate John F. Kennedy on the separation of church and state; Proposal of Vice President Richard Nixon that surplus grains be converted into high protein foods; Benefits of the farm proposal of U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon, to the agriculture industry; Effect of the proposal on the price of grains.


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