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Contents

Question for Nixon: what's a Cabinet for?
6
United States Cabinet
Fixer
14
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Seasonal switch to Solomon
19
George Frideric Handel; 1685-1759, Phonograph records (Oratorio)
Corruption behind the swinging clubs
34
Daniel Walker; 1922-., Chicago (Ill.) (Police)
You can't expect police on the take to take orders
40
It was a pretty fast six-handed game for a while
60
Donn Eisele; 1930-1987
I have been devoured by this business
60
Wally Schirra
Two's company, but sixty-one is a crowd
86
Pandas, Zoos
Mobilization of black strength
93
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Lynching, Blacks (Civil rights, History), United States (History, 20th century)
From the southland a black surge to the city
96
National Urban League, Blacks (Migration)

In the spirit of Bretton Woods
43
Money (France), Gold as money
Gentle dawn breaks over a furnace roaring below
44
Coal mines and mining (Accidents and explosions)
Unsexing the classifieds
48
Advertising, Classified
Close-up: Joyce Hall, greeting-card king
53
Joyce Clyde Hall; 1891-1982, Hallmark Cards, Inc
I told my muscles: okay just relax
60
Walter Cunningham; 1932-.
Two prophets of race pride
98
William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (American sociologist, historian and novelist.); 1868-1963, Marcus Garvey (Jamaican-American civil rights activist.); 1887-1940, Universal Black Improvement Association
Cultural outpouring of the Harlem renaissance
100
Black authors, Black entertainers, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Out of a crushing depression, an unexpected ally
102
Labor unions (Blacks), United States (History, 1933-1945)
Struggle and progress in the last twenty five years
104
Race relations, United States (History, 1945-.)
Pasta you want? Pasta you get!
135
Motion pictures (Setting and scenery)

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