October 1940
New Republic;10/7/40, Vol. 103 Issue 15, p476
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics published in the previous issues. Role of Bund, a pro-Nazi organization, in blowing up the Hercules powder plant, where munitions were manufactured; Criticism of the policy of the journal on the World War II; Criticism of the motion picture "The Ramparts We Watch"; Concern over the support received by Republican presidential candidate Wendell L. Willkie in South Carolina.


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