Heffron, Edward J.; Fernsworth, Lawrence; Aspden, H. H.; Green, William
September 1943
New Republic;9/6/43, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p338
Presents several letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in the previous issues. Comments on suspicion and hostility against the Catholic Church; Impact of Lawrence Fensworth's article published in the July 5, 1943 issue; Responses to comments made by Edward J. Heffron, Executive Secretary, National Council of Catholic Men; Role of the Church in the destruction of popular government in Spain; Comment of the labor class on the high cost of living; Report of the U.S. Department of Agriculture published in The Agricultural Situation; Comparison of food prices with income for the average U.S. consumer shows that a raise in consumer purchasing power has far outrun the advance in retail food prices; Opinion on the reconstruction of Germany and Europe; Punishment of those responsible for inhuman acts during the war; Views of executing the members of Gestapo who committed horrible crimes in Germany; Views on United Nations intervention in the reeducation and the subsequent continuing education of the German people; Role of liberal, progressive and forward-looking people in the reconstruction of the German government.


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