Haggin, B. H.; Luke, Hugh J.; Kahn, Edmund
May 1961
New Republic;5/22/61, Vol. 144 Issue 21, p30
Presents letters to the editor concerning politics in the U.S. Criticisms on the appointments made by President John F. Kennedy; Appointment of Earl E. T. Smith as ambassador to Switzerland; Issues facing the Democratic Party in Texas; Consideration of election at the national level; Views of G. K. Chesterton on liberal thinking; Prevention of men like the late Allan Shivers from posing as Democrat.


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