1951 Nov. 15
Prague news letter
Prague (Czech Republic) - Featuring news items on the Czechoslovak National Assembly's recent meeting; a budding Czechoslovak-Soviet friendship; the events of the Vienna Peace Congress; and other related news of international import.
1955 Nov. 21
I. F. Stones's weekly
Washington (D.C.) - Pages 3-8 of the Weekly's November 21 issue, featuring Meiklejohn's article on freedom of speech and account of Gunnar Myrdal's treatment by the Virginia legislators.
United States . Sponsoring Committee for Participation in the Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions
New York (N.Y.) - Summarizing the proceedings of the Asian and Pacific Regions Peace Conference held that September in Beijing; reproducing various resolutions adopted thereat; noting some "conference highlights"; and reprinting excerpts from among the U.S. delegates' speeches.
Telepress Weekly Review
Prague (Czech Republic) - Undated article describing the outrageous federal indictment of W. E. B. Du Bois and paraphrasing Nordman and other commentators' reactions to this and other trials "aimed at the persecution of the foreign born and all defenders of peace and democracy."
Nashville (Tenn.) - Newsletter topics include: Paul D. Cravath's address at Fisk University Founders' Day wherein he announces the formulation of an Alumni Committee to address recent problems at the school, addresses by Margaret James Murray Washington, H. L. Miller, and Leo M. Favrot, new building plans, news of a recent million-dollar endowment and Alumni notes.
Council on African Affairs
New York (N.Y.) - The Council's August Bulletin, featuring news on: the United Nations' "Victory in Africa," pressures put on colonial offices, purported abolishment of the "color bar," an editorial by editor W. A. Hunton, and review of Albert Q. Maisel's "Africa: Facts and Forecasts."