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Ruth Boyer Scott 9
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Whitney 11. Shepardson, President of Free Europe Committee,
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Uri Brada's Reply to Letters of Protest 24
P*densation of How to Save $7.5 Billion a Year, Frank C. Hanighen . . 29
E Communist Party, U.S.A. — A Handbook for Americans . . . Part III . . 39
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PftEST Rules 63
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The Director of the Museum
of Modern Art in New York,
Rene d'Harnoncourt, in
writing of Modern Art and
Freedom disagrees with
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in our February issue.
Art For Whose SaJte? by
Esther Julia Pels.
Communist Party, U.S.A.
The fourth and final installment of the Handbook for
Americans prepared by the
Senate Internal Security
/he Case For and
Against Foreign Aid.
What is the relation between
foreign aid and collective
security? Between poverty
and communism? Does our
aid win us friends and
good will? These and other
pertinent questions will
Proponents' and critics'
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segregation will serve to
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""m News, May, 1956