Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 17 (April 26, 1968)

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Pacific Citizen 1968 Collection

Selected article titles: "TV writer aims gripe at JACL mass protest" (p. 1), "Grateful Chicago Japanese Americans see first of 150 gift trees planted" (p. 1), "UH students air feelings about draft, riots in mainland and war in Vietnam" (p. 1), "Idaho governor lauds Nisei Idahoans as efficient, excellent farmers" (p. 1), "The race problem" (p. 2), "Sociologist calls belief that Negroes cause property values to drop a myth" (p. 4).

April 26, 1968




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