Pacific Citizen, Vol. 67, No. 14 (October 4, 1968)

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Selected article titles: "Agnew apologizes; incident may quiet all future epithets in public" (p. 1), "Knowland comments Agnew remark as 'unfortunate, regrettable' at rally" (p. 1), "Rep. Matsunaga officially criticizes Gov. Agnew for use of 'Jap', spoke in midst of House debate on buildings" (p. 1), "Official JACL explanation against 'Jap' presented" (p. 1), "'Koga method' reduces incidents of police 'brutality' in nabbing suspects" (p. 2), "'Japanese American Identity' crisis among Sansei a chapter in new book" (p. 4), "College yearbook in Colorado sees Sansei as 'students from Japan'" (p. 4), "Extraordinary variations in bowling break up tedium - try some of these" (p. 5).

October 4, 1968




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