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  1. Another Black Market in Meat?
    It's Already Here
    The Reporter, April 17, 1951, pp. 14-16
  2. At Home & Abroad
    Bloody Harlan and Corrupt Bell
    Two violent counties in the hills of Kentucky
    The Reporter, September 18, 1951, pp. 17-20
  3. Bloody Harlan, Corrupt Bell
    The rise and slight decline of the Ball Brothers
    The Reporter, October 16, 1951, pp. 20-23
  4. Bloody Harlan---II
    Where the shotgun rather than the scales symbolizes law
    The Reporter, October 2, 1951, pp. 21-25
  5. At Home & Abroad
    A Break for Small Business
    A move in Congress may throw more defense orders its way
    The Reporter, July 24, 1951, pp. 17-20
  6. A Delegate's-Eye View of the Convention
    The Reporter, August 19, 1952, pp. 9-10
  7. Dr. Schwartz Goes to Washington
    The Reporter, March 20, 1958, pp. 24-27
  8. The Financial Wizard of Omaha
    How to parlay a tax-exemption clause into a couple of million
    The Reporter, February 6, 1951, pp. 30-32
  9. Florida
    Dynamite Law Replaces Lynch Law
    The Reporter, August 5, 1952, pp. 31-34
  10. "Good Faith" and Competition
    Hitting the small businessman where he lives
    The Reporter, August 7, 1951, pp. 27-29
  11. Governor Faubus Tries for a Third Term
    The Reporter, July 10, 1958, pp. 22-23
  12. The High Cost of Scientific Secrecy
    The Reporter, January 9, 1958, pp. 22-25
  13. How Speculators Increase Our Food Bill
    The Reporter, March 20, 1951, pp. 8-11
  14. How the Reds Came to Haughen, Wisconsin
    The Reporter, January 5, 1954, pp. 24-26
  15. The Private Eyes
    I. The Footprints We Leave
    The Reporter, February 10, 1955, pp. 14-17
  16. The Wiretappers
    I. Who's Listening---and to what?
    The Reporter, December 23, 1952, pp. 8-9
  17. II. Some Law-Evading Enforcement Agencies
    The Reporter, December 23, 1952, pp. 10-13
  18. II. Who Gets Watched---and Why and How
    The Reporter, February 10, 1955, pp. 18-20
  19. III. Electronic Eavesdropping
    The Reporter, February 10, 1955, pp. 21-23
  20. III. How to Tap a Telephone
    The Reporter, December 23, 1952, pp. 14-18
  21. IV. Little Politicians Have Big Ears
    The Reporter, December 23, 1952, pp. 19-23
  22. IV. Wild Cards in the Political Deck
    The Reporter, February 10, 1955, pp. 24-28
  23. Nevada---McCarran's Empire
    Las Vegas
    The Sucker and the Almost-Even Break
    The Reporter, June 9, 1953, pp. 15-20
  24. "Mister John": More Pork Than Corn
    Rankin, the electrifying Congressman from Mississippi
    The Reporter, June 12, 1951, pp. 33-35
  25. Mop, Broom, and Pistol
    The Adventures of D.L. Cornn
    The Reporter, April 15, 1952, pp. 35-38
  26. At Home & Abroad
    New York Port Authority, Guardian of the Tollgates
    The Reporter, September 29, 1953, pp. 21-27
  27. PR for the Services
    In Uniform and in Mufti
    The Reporter, May 15, 1958, pp. 20-23
  28. Psychology of Price
    The Reporter, September 4, 1951, pp. 8-10
  29. The Southern Textile Industry
    A Union Man's Nightmare
    The Reporter, July 22, 1952, pp. 33-36
  30. A Town By Any Other Name
    The Reporter, April 14, 1953, pp. 24-26
  31. V. Listening In with Uncle Sam
    The Reporter, January 6, 1953, pp. 9-12
  32. VI. Cops and Robbers, Doxies and Dicers
    The Reporter, January 6, 1953, pp. 13-16
  33. VII. Lone Wolves and Private Eyes
    The Reporter, January 6, 1953, pp. 17-21
  34. Vincent Hallinan
    'I'm Like a Marked Man'
    The Reporter, March 30, 1954, pp. 29-32
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