Van Loon, Hendrik Willem; Brewer, James L.; Walker, Adelaide; Leonard, Chilson H.; Braver-Mann, B. G.
December 1931
New Republic;12/2/31, Vol. 69 Issue 887, p73
Presents various letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Comment Edmund Wilson's letter to journalist Walter Lippmann on the issue of the illiterates of the Second Avenue, Manhattan, New York City; Opinion on the article "Red Ship," by Laim O'Flaherty, published in the September 23, 1931 issue of the journal on the crew of Soviet ship "Siberia" that resembles the ship in the article; Request for letters from English poet Matthew Arnold to conduct a study on his relations with the U.S.


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