Pacific Citizen, Vol. 99, No. 22 (November 30, 1984)

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Selected article titles: "Civil rights policies articulated" (p. 1), "Liberals weary of rights battle, psychologist says" (p. 1), "Depicted slaying: Student insists humor not racist" (p. 1), "Men and women learn to work together" (p. 1), "Reward offered in kidnapping case" (p. 2), "Film raises $10,000 in So. California" (p. 3), "Florida delegation: elected representatives reveal misconceptions" (p. 4), "Differences between Nikkei and Chinese Americans" (p. 5), "Mountain Plains wins powerful ally in Senate" (p. 6), "Scholarships Available for Members Only?" (p. 7), "Families Resist Therapy: Mental Health of Asian American Adolescents" (p. 8), "Commentary: How a Newspaper Treated Two Stories" (p. 9), "Manzanar photos re-released" (p. 9).

November 30, 1984


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