Pacific Citizen, Vol. 49, No. 22 (November 27, 1959)

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Selected article titles: "Rule Cal. Campus groups eliminate race bias by 1964" (p. 1), "Li'l Abner cartoon use of 'Japs' charged as 'appalling incident' by Cleveland CLer" (p. 1), "Tacoma Nisei who studied art in Los Angeles, Chicago, Paris settles down in New Mexico; manages nursery, rock landscaping" (p. 3), "U.S. colleges note impetus of students to study Japanese" (p. 7), "Real estate operators may be subject to California anti-discrimination law" (p. 8), "Political future of Nisei in Japan hardly encouraging" (p. 8).

November 27, 1959




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