TITLE

The Bandwagon

PUB. DATE
October 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;10/6/1941, Vol. 105 Issue 14, p438
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Quotation
ABSTRACT
Presents quotes from various publications related to political and social events that took place around the world. Report from the newspaper "The San Francisco Chronicle," that German officials give a certain support to the foreign reports of the effects of bombing in Germany; Opinion of Justice Collins on the tyranny over the minority by the majority; Details of Alexander Louden's, Netherlands Minister to the United States, address before the Lotus Club of Grand Rapids, as reported in the news paper "The Grand Rapids Press"; Report from the newspaper "The New York Times," on the changes in England caused by the war; Criticism of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, for fondling a cat during the Atlantic meeting with U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
ACCESSION #
14691113

 

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