The eve of 1948 elections and a radio show to dramatize the Constitution bring murders and the uncovering of subversive...

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ELECTION BY MURDER

The eve of 1948 elections and a radio show to dramatize the Constitution bring murders and the uncovering of subversive activities to a head. Martin Ames, recognizing the danger of reactionary Westley, adds his help in revealing false fronts, the high stakes that anti-liberals are playing in their fomentation of hate groups. The pay-off is in advertising copy testing and the country saved once again. Pulp for propaganda.

Pub Date: April 1, 1947

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Publisher: Lantern Press

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1947