October 1944
New Republic;10/23/44, Vol. 111 Issue 17, p523
Presents letters to the editor on economic and political issues in the U.S. Demand for tax reductions on business and high incomes by the U.S. Committee for Economic Development; Measurement of the gap between the prewar level of production and production after the war; Inauguration of a School of Pan American Agriculture in the republic of Honduras; Impartation of free agrarian training by the school to an enrolment of at least 160 young men from the Central American republics.


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