Lieutenant, From A.; Neumann, P. T. A.; Sagendorph, Robb
April 1944
New Republic;4/10/44, Vol. 110 Issue 15, p503
Presents several letters to the editor referencing the articles published in the previous issue of the journal. "The Far Eastern Muddle," published in the March 13 issue;; "The Invisible Congress,"published in the March 20 issue; Campaign in the Middle East to smear and malign U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Views of a reader about the usage of unprintable words into printable English; "Forecasting the Weather,"published in the March 13 issue.


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