ALMOST every word or action by the new President is interpreted by one commentator or another as a sign that he is moving to the “right” or “left.” But, in the opinion of this observer, Mr. Truman has not deviated from any of the major lines of policy projected by the late Franklin D. Roosevelt.By ERNEST K. LINDLEY7 min
IT WAS a short note, one of those spur-of-the-moment letters young people in love write at the least possible excuse. She had been out in the park, giving the dog a run, and Scottie had splashed through the fallen leaves as if he were swimming.By WILLIAM AUSTIN5 min
WE HAD it on the tip of out-fingers to write that an “astonishing number” of people don’t know how many common, everyday articles are made; things like postage stamps, dimes and so forth. But it really isn’t so astonishing after all. So we can’t marvel at the frequency with which we are asked, “Just how do you reproduce the paintings which appear on Maclean’s front cover?”
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