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I hi. Hun mu Amendment
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Intendment Necessar1) io Maintain Basic Freedoms, by Sid Hardin 15
Ql i:\inv\I\iM Sim i Explosive, by Senators John J, Sparkman
nail ll illiaia /.. Jetinei 20
Radio ind T\ Schedi les 22. 32, 37, 18
H ts Not Enough, by John R. Alison 23
Flood oi Si ieni i; Fiction, by Vincent Sheean ~ 24
Segregation in thi Publii Schools
Opinion o) the Supreme Court, by Chief Justice Earl Warren 25
Wii it's the Story Behind the Segregation "Authorities",
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^ HEAT AND OUR AGRICULTURAL ECONOMY,
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Landmarks of Liberty, by Bradley I.. Morison 38
A Finn.en i in \Y \u. by Karel J. V. Nikijuluw .40
COMMI eNISM \M> I'HI < VlliiV b\ II illiant F. Russell 13
Subscription Forms 15. 46
Book Burning—How the Librarians Do It. by Victor Lasky . 19
Rook Reviews 51
Iiii Importance oi Balancing the Budget, 63 Senator Harry Flood Byrd 54
Win hi Vre the PATRi0TS?-6y Henry Broderick 5H
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II intiers First Half of 1955 Contest 64
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