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1956 Feb. 19

New York Times Company

100 urge review of foreign policy

New York (N.Y.) - Describing the "bold initiative" congressmen were asked to take in a recent petition (mums312-b145-i200); summarizing its principal pleas; and describing the backgrounds and agendas of its major proponents.

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1947

Flamm, Irving H.

The USA and USSR can and MUST get along

New York (N.Y.) - Urging amicable diplomatic relations between the two superpowers, and outlining various economic, social, and political benefits of such a strategy.

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1955 Jan. 5

Afro-American Newspapers

Case of Dr. Lorch

New York (N.Y.) - Describing the termination of mathematics professor Lee Lorch's contract at Fisk and deeming it "unfortunate and ill-advised."

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1949 Dec. 10

Giving aid and comfort to the enemy

New York (N.Y.) - Reprinting an editorial on the U.S. Attorney-General's submission of "subversive organizations" by Dick Huntington and describing recent "unfavorable" press received by two hotels who had rented banquet spaces to several of them.

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1944

Current Biography (New York, N.Y.)

Profile of Carter G. Woodson

New York (N.Y.) - Describing the educational and professional background of Carter G. Woodson; listing his publications and achievements; and summarizing his principal tenets and own assessment of his accomplishments.

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1948 July 7

Ickes, Harold L. (Harold LeClair), 1874-1952

Man to Man

New York (N.Y.) - Ickes's assessment of President Truman's "wide open" opportunity to promote civil rights legislation and abolish the Silver-Gold policy in the Panama Canal Zone, and describing the various petitions and appeals made to him in recent months by various individuals and institutions.

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1953

Nation Associates (New York, N.Y.)

Tooling up for mass repression The subversive activities control board

New York (N.Y.) - Reprinting Frantz's article on the Control Board, from the "Nation"'s Special Civil Liberties issue and enclosing subscription information for the magazine.

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1948 Jan.

National Conference on American Policy in China and the Far East

National Conference on American Policy in China and the Far East clipping

New York (N.Y.) - Reprinting Isaac's "Spotlight" article urging the end of "this tortuous path leading nowhere" and calling a for a National Conference on American-Far East policy, whose "deliberations should result in a program which would advance the economic status of a mighty people now suffering from privation and want."

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1947 May

Van Jackson, Wallace

The Countee Cullen memorial collection of Atlanta University

New York (N.Y.) - Formally presenting and describing Countee Cullen's collection, outlining its scope and the diversity of its formats, and celebrating its donation to Atlanta University.

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