From The New Republic Mail Bag

November 1940
New Republic;11/11/40, Vol. 103 Issue 20, p664
Presents several letters to the editor regarding various socio-political issues and referencing previously published articles. Report that citizens of Middleton, Wisconsin, voted 324 to 91 to purchase a municipal electric plant; Comment on reports received by the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union from England; Suggestions to uphold the good name of the Anglo-Saxon Federation, a fascist group; Criticism of the article reviewing Van Wyck Brook's book "Indian Summer"; Prohibition of James Joyce's literary volume "Ulyssess" by the chief of the Los Angeles Public Library; Jingles reflecting author's view on current world affairs.


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