Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 18 (May 3, 1968)

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Pacific Citizen 1968 Collection

Selected article titles: "American (Gallup) opinion of Japan continues mixed" (p. 1), "JACLer hears Patsy and Sparky cast 'Yea' votes for 1968 Civil Rights Act" (p. 1), "Seattle ordinance on open housing passed unanimous" (p. 1), Architect Minoru Yamazaki designing patient-centered hospital in Toledo" (p. 3), "Hiring Nisei not enough to dismiss state bias charge" (p. 3), "117-year-old racial policy of high society Hawaii club ends" (p. 3), "Military aggression as political instrument must end: Matsunaga" (p. 4).

May 3, 1968




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