The Bandwagon

April 1942
New Republic;4/13/42, Vol. 106 Issue 15, p495
Presents quotes from various publications related to political and social events that took place around the world. The newspaper "New York Herald Tribune" reports that Thurman Arnold, Assistant Attorney General of the U.S., charged that the Standard Oil Company of New jersey, by its compliance with a pre-war agreement with the German dye, trust, had "absolutely stifled" the production of synthetic rubber in the United States and that the restrictions it enforced continued "even after Pearl Harbor"; Advertisement of Parker "51 " Pen and "51" Ink from the periodical "The New Yorker"; Report from the newspaper "The New York Times" that German propagandists are trying to explain the reverses suffered in Soviet Union as a deep-laid German plan to keep the Russians moving; Advertisement from "The Whittier Daily News" about the sale of tires and tubes.


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