Broomell, Myron H.; Stuart, John; Wilson, Theodore; Hanna, John
August 1944
New Republic;8/7/44, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p162
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics published in previous issues. Appreciation of a letter published in the July 17 issue presenting information about Wendell L. Willkie; "A congress to Win the War and the Peace" published in the May 8, issue; Information on the pledge of the U.S. Congress in its platform to support an amendment to that sacred document limiting the tenure of office of President to two terms; Suggestion by one of the leading national real-estate organizations, that private companies be permitted to issue tax-exempt securities to raise money for housing projects after the World war II; Comments on American Bar Association's proposed federal code of procedure. Scheme for providing postwar employment by the construction of giant warehouses, to be filled with basic commodities sufficient to supply a two-year national need.


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