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                                                  Issues of 1968 = 52 Issues, 834 Articles
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                                                    Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1968 = 13 Issues, 204 Articles
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                                                      January 6, 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                      1. Waste in the National Institutes of Health by Raymond Moley, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Strange Case of Matthew Ridgway by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                      6. Bosch and the Liberals---A Dominican Post-Mortem by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                      7. U.S. Red China Vote, p. 6
                                                      8. Russians Now Piloting Egyptian Air Force Jets by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                      9. When the Red Chinese Attacked Hong Kong and Macao by Richard J. Bocklet, pp. 8-9
                                                      10. America Is Also Being Tested At Home by Richard M. Nixon, p. 10
                                                      11. What 'Art' Is Tax-Supported?, p. 11
                                                      12. Weak OEO Guidelines Permit VISTA Workers to Be Active in Voter Drives Demonstrations, p. 12
                                                      13. Liberals Flock to Support Greek Protesters by Victor Lasky, p. 12
                                                      14. Yemen: The Sad History of a State Department Blunder by Russell Kirk, p. 13
                                                      15. A Few New Year's Awards to Some Forgotten Americans by Barry Goldwater, p. 13
                                                      16. Jones Case Could Bring New Property Law by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                      17. How 'Education in Depth' Works by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                      18. Why Do We Go On Taking De Gaulle's Insults? by John Chamberlain, pp. 15-16
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                                                      January 13, 1968 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                      1. New Moscow-Hanoi Strategy for Viet Nam by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. A Professional Educator Should Tell "How," Not What by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 6
                                                      6. Free Enterprise Gives U.S. Highest Standard of Living by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                      7. Not So Funny, p. 6
                                                      8. Humphrey to Take On McCarthy in Wisconsin by Robert S. Allen, p. 7
                                                      9. Sihanouk Accomodates Big Power Realities by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 8
                                                      10. Communism in Liberal Riament by Fred DeArmond, p. 8
                                                      11. LBJ Warned About Plans for New Summer Riots by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                      12. Some Predictions for '68 by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 9
                                                      13. "Rhodesians Are Worthy of Our Support, Not Our Emnity" by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                      14. Do Social Scientists Know the Constitution? by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                      15. Truth Finally Catches Up with the Morgenthau Plan, p. 11
                                                      16. How A Socialist Experiment Failed, p. 12
                                                      17. Chicago's Educational Parks by Russell Kirk, p. 12
                                                      18. Is Romney Really Eligible? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                      19. Confidential Secret Service Report Highlights Growing Security Problem, p. 13
                                                      20. You Must Be Kidding, Betty Dear by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      21. Can Government "Find Tuning" Really Work? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 15
                                                      22. When Rome Went Soft by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, pp. 15-16
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                                                      January 20, 1968 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                      1. Money No Problem for U.S. Communists, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. A Rocky Start for '68 by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                      6. Overlooked Sentence in LBJ Speech: "This Is One World" by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                      7. Wirtz Now Says Federal Race Quotas Are Wrong by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                      8. In the Works: Major Congressional Move to Curb Supreme Court by Paul Scott, p. 8
                                                      9. Why Should Tourists and Investors be Scapegoats? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 8
                                                      10. Election Year Information, pp. 9-10
                                                      11. Bobby's Opportunism on McCarthy Candidacy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                      12. "Up With People": A New Kind of Diplomacy by William Rentschler, p. 12
                                                      13. Court Has Created "Convertible Citizenship" by Holmes Alexander, p. 12
                                                      14. Washington Neglecting Germany, the U.S.'s Best Ally in Europe by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                      15. Miss Prudence Sage by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      16. Is the Bible Anti-Capitalist? by Howard Kershner, p. 14
                                                      17. Public TV Boondoggle, p. 14
                                                      18. The State Department's "Spend It Quick" Policy by Ralph de Toledano, p. 15
                                                      19. Congress to Probe Aspects of Garrison Investigation, p. 16
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                                                      January 27, 1968 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                      1. What LBJ Didn't Say, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. The Eastern Establishment: Stronger Than Ever in Capital by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                      6. The Rise and State of George Corley Wallace by Victor Gold, pp. 7-9
                                                      7. Nuremberg Laws No Protection for Draft Dodgers in America by Michael A. Musmanno, p. 10
                                                      8. Will Rockefeller Parton Powell? by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                      9. Education Bureaucracies by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                      10. ADA and COPE Rate Members of Congress, p. 12
                                                      11. First Complete Story of World Spy Net by Arthur Veysey, pp. 13-14
                                                      12. Election Year Information, pp. 15-16
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                                                      February 3, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Urban Guerrillas in Latin America? by John Chamberlain, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                      4. Do We Need a Private WPA?, p. 6
                                                      5. U.S. Taxpayers Have Poured $3 Billion Into U.N. Treasury by William Fulton, p. 7
                                                      6. Which Advisor Will Nixon Listen to This Year? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                      7. How Soviet Television Pictures Life in the U.S., p. 8
                                                      8. Why State Spending Keeps Going Up by Ken Thompson, p. 9
                                                      9. Lack of Moral Leadership, Not Poverty, Is Crime's Root by Victor Lasky, p. 10
                                                      10. Civil Rights Bill Foes Come Up with New Weapon, p. 10
                                                      11. How Candidates Get on Ballot, pp. 11-12
                                                      12. How Stalin Learned Our A-Bomb Secrets by Arthur Veysey, pp. 13-14
                                                      13. Kennedy Still Keeps Door Open by Paul Scott, p. 15
                                                      14. Will We Adhere to Basic Principles? by Barry Goldwater, p. 15
                                                      15. Why Let Red China Become Nuclear Power? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 15
                                                      16. Academic Infallibility by Morrie Ryskind, p. 16
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                                                      February 10, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Terror in South Viet Nam by Jerry Greene, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Did Felix Frankfurter Compromise the Court? by Raymond Moley, p. 6
                                                      6. LBJ Should Halt Waste in U.S. Food Gifts, p. 7
                                                      7. Embassy Staffs Can Be Cut More by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                      8. Hanoi Puts Out Another "Feeler" to U.S. by Paul Scott, p. 8
                                                      9. Hot Pursuit Would Reduce Troop Requirement by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 8
                                                      10. Let's Face the Facts of Inflation by Fred G. Clark, p. 9
                                                      11. "Paper Tiger" Stance Prompts Attacks on U.S. by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 10
                                                      12. Washington's Oil for the Anti-Poverty Wheels, p. 10
                                                      13. Plan in Works for New Central Security Agency by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                      14. How British Agents Use Family Influence by Arthur Veysey, pp. 12-13
                                                      15. Speaking Thusly by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      16. Police Beef Up Anti-Riot Equipment, pp. 14-16
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                                                      February 17, 1968 Issue = 10 Articles
                                                      1. LBJ Withholds Full 'Pueblo' Report by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Well-Conceived Tet Assault Enhances Gen. Giap's Stature by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 5
                                                      5. What Can Take the Place of Gold?, p. 5
                                                      6. More Trouble Brewing in Puerto Rico by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                      7. Administration Won't Back Bill for Small Tax Court by Willard Edwards, p. 6
                                                      8. Top Industrialists Organize to Challenge Pro-Labor Laws by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                      9. The Otto Otepka Story, pp. 1-2
                                                      10. Full Text of the Otepka Brief, pp. 3-20
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                                                      February 24, 1968 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                      1. How Garbage Fiasco Hurts Rocky's '68 Changes by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. The Higher Education by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                      6. Presidential Commission Studies Militants' "Battle Plans" by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                      7. Could the Viet Nam War Be Won in Six Weeks? by Elias Demetracopoulos, pp. 8-9
                                                      8. How Russia Got Inside Dope on the CIA by Willard Edwards, p. 10
                                                      9. State Department Personnel Transferred to OEO, p. 11
                                                      10. Election Year Information, p. 12
                                                      11. FDA Breaks Dangerous Ground by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                      12. Tax-Paid Food Stamps Went to Strikers, p. 14
                                                      13. Private Post Office That Works by Robert LeFevre, pp. 14-16
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                                                      March 2, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. GAO to Make Sweeping Poverty Probe by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Bad Politics, Worse Law by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                      6. How Your Tax Dollars Support "Disruption" of Society by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                      7. More Aguments Against Travel Curbs, p. 7
                                                      8. Human Events Replies to Congressional Critics, p. 8
                                                      9. King and Carmichael Map Summer Strategy by Paul Scott, p. 9
                                                      10. Businessmen Take on Local Rescue Job by John Chamberlain, p. 9
                                                      11. Is Removing Temptation the Answer to Crime? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 10
                                                      12. "Economic Report" Is Just Campaign Document by Henry Hazlitt, p. 10
                                                      13. Impact of Burgess-Maclean Treachery Still Felt by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                      14. How Red China and USSR Coordinate Espionage by Henry J. Taylor, p. 12
                                                      15. Conservative Columnist Makes "Agonizing Reappraisal" on War by Paul Harvey, pp. 12-14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      March 9, 1968 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                      1. LBJ Has Surrendered to Diplomats by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Officials Closely Studying Budapest Conference by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. Let's Hear from Man-in-the-Street by Don Maclean, p. 6
                                                      7. Riot Commission Report Called "Outrageous Whitewash" by George Schuyler, p. 7
                                                      8. Give Greek Colonels a Chance, Says Former Ambassador by Ellis Briggs, p. 8
                                                      9. How Goes the Economy? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 8
                                                      10. "The Public Be Damned", pp. 9-11
                                                      11. Perils of Nuclear Parity by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                      12. Divided We Fall by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                      13. U.S. Failed to Heed Espionage Reports by Willard Edwards, p. 13
                                                      14. Peaceniks Dodge Telehpone Tax, p. 14
                                                      15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      March 16, 1968 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                      1. LBJ Preparing $3,000 Minimum Income Proposal by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Congress to Hold Hearings on French Debt Crackdown by Robert S. Allen, p. 6
                                                      6. YRs Hold School, p. 6
                                                      7. Does Riot Report Mean Rap Brown is Right? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                      8. Why No More Airborne Alert? by Holmes Alexander, p. 7
                                                      9. State-By-State Preview of Senate Races This Year, pp. 8-9
                                                      10. Can Negro Business Survive Summer of Riots? by George Schuyler, pp. 10-11
                                                      11. Soviet Espionage Soars in Canada by Eugene Griffin, p. 12
                                                      12. Rep. Ashbrook to Fight for Spot on Ohio's Convention Delegation by Willard Edwards, pp. 13-14
                                                      13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      March 23, 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                      1. Trial of 'Pueblo' Crew Likely in North Korea, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Rep. Curtis Has New Doubts on Travel Tax by Raymond Moley, p. 6
                                                      6. Viet War Can Be Won in Six Weeks, p. 6
                                                      7. Will Cuba Be Campaign Issue? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 7
                                                      8. Is the U.S. Facing Insurrection? by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 8-9
                                                      9. LBJ Strategy: Switch "Surtax" to "War" Tax by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                      10. Bad Government Relies on Public Forgetfulness by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                      11. Self-Incrimination Right Was Not Intended to Protect Guilty by Park Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                      12. Few Dare to Criticize D.C.'s Kennedy Center by Don Maclean, p. 11
                                                      13. Why Americans Are Fighting by Bernard Levin, p. 11
                                                      14. ACA Ratings, p. 12
                                                      15. A Way Out of the Dollar Crisis by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                      16. "Quotations from Chairman LBJ", p. 13
                                                      17. Smith's Leaving, I'm Staying by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      March 30, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Kennedy and King Form Political Alliance by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Let's Put First Things First, p. 6
                                                      6. Two Places to Cut Spending, p. 6
                                                      7. Counsel for the Offense by Shirley Scheibla, p. 7
                                                      8. Rafferty vs. Kuchel, p. 8
                                                      9. An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Max Rafferty, pp. 9-10
                                                      10. Satellites Will Find Freedom, Predicts Leader of Exile Groups by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 11-12
                                                      11. Two-Price Gold System is Shortsighted Stopgap by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                      12. Ramparts Distorts Viet Nam Casualty Story, p. 13
                                                      13. Have White Liberals Really Caused Riots? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 14
                                                      14. Open Housing Push Could Hurt Civil Rights by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                      15. The Domino Theory Is Already Working by John Chamberlain, p. 15
                                                      16. Probing the "Treason of the Fat Cats" by Frederic Nelson, pp. 15-16
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                                                    Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1968 = 13 Issues, 210 Articles
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                                                      April 6, 1968 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                      1. Can Nixon Really End the War? by John Chamberlain, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics' 68, p. 5
                                                      5. Labor Union Chieftains Rush to Aid LBJ's Stop Bobby Drive by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                      6. Kennedy Forces Budget $5 Million for Nomination Push by Robert S. Allen, p. 7
                                                      7. Why I Oppose Federal Aid to Education by Rep. Harold R. Collier, p. 8
                                                      8. Will Smears Work This Year? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                      9. Follow-Up On the Hite-Burkhardt Case by Willard Edwards, p. 10
                                                      10. Tax Hike Is False Remedy by Henry Hazlitt, p. 10
                                                      11. We Certainly See Some Silly Spending by Rep. H.R. Gross, p. 11
                                                      12. "Yippies" Will Help Taunt Democrats in Chicago, pp. 12-13
                                                      13. I Shouldna Stood in Bed by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      14. Answering Critics on French War Debt, p. 14
                                                      15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      April 13, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Are Negotiations a Mistake?, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Pueblo Seizure: Provocation for Second Front in Korea? by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. It's Still Not Too Late to Balance Budget by Henry Hazlitt, p. 7
                                                      7. NCC Head Embraces "White Racism" Theory, p. 7
                                                      8. Why Did Percy Miss Ethics Debate? by Robert S. Allen, p. 7
                                                      9. Will Castro Soon Be Overthrown? by Paul D. Bethel, p. 8
                                                      10. Why We Should Abolish the NLRB by Sen. Robert P. Griffin, p. 9
                                                      11. Big Labor Plays a Political Waiting Game by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                      12. "Equal Opportunities" Letter Disregards Intent of Congress by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                      13. De-Mything Nixon's Past by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 12-13
                                                      14. Art of the Improbable by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      15. Are Communists Waging "War on Words"? by Nino Lo Bello, p. 14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                      17. Congress Should Look into SPIN by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 15-16
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                                                      April 20, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Can We Reunite the Country? by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Where the Riots Hit Hardest, p. 6
                                                      6. Unanswered Riot Question, p. 6
                                                      7. Humphrey Will Soon Announce His Candidacy by Robert S. Allen, p. 7
                                                      8. Will Johnson Resign to Aid HHH Campaign? by Walter Trohan, p. 7
                                                      9. A Cool Appraisal of Martin Luther King by George S. Schuyler, p. 8
                                                      10. James Brown Tells It Like It Is, p. 9
                                                      11. Will Platform Writers Tackle Social Security? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                      12. Reuther to Push Campaign to Organize "Working Poor" by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                      13. Does LBJ's Partial Bombing Halt Mean Peace At Almost Any Price? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 11
                                                      14. Trafalgar Square Is Not Quite Hyde Park, pp. 12-13
                                                      15. Midland County Decision Called Reckless Activism by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                      16. The Discordant Voices of Big Brother by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      April 27, 1968 Issue = 9 Articles
                                                      1. Bobby's Own Credibility Gap by John Chamberlain, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Nelson Rockefeller: "Reluctant" Candidate by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 5-12
                                                      5. Communists Building Up Strength During Bombing Cut-Back by Paul Scott, p. 13
                                                      6. Canal Giveaway Questioned in Light of Recent Trouble by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 14
                                                      7. The Rights Movement: Often Heat Without Light by Raymond Moley, p. 14
                                                      8. AFL-CIO Pushes for New Executive Order by Ralph de Toledano, p. 15
                                                      9. How the Orientals Approach Negotiations by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 15-16
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                                                      May 4, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. LBJ Behind Fiscal Stalemate by Willard Edwards, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Communists Use Nazi Tactics by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                      6. Is Bobby's Bandwagon Already Slowing Down? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                      7. The Move to "Green Power" by John Chamberlain, p. 8
                                                      8. Eclipse of the Olympic Ideal, p. 8
                                                      9. Foreign Aid Headed for Heavy Slashes by Congress by Robert S. Allen, p. 9
                                                      10. Goddard Plans New Vitamin Assault by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 9
                                                      11. "Paper Gold" Scheme Another Admission of Failure by Henry Hazlitt, p. 10
                                                      12. Federal Employees Caught in Looting, p. 10
                                                      13. Rexford Tugwell's Confession, p. 11
                                                      14. Gov. Agnew's Controversial Address, p. 12
                                                      15. Politicians Continue to Sow the Seeds of Disorder by Raymond Moley, p. 13
                                                      16. Does ARVN Build-Up Mean U.S. Policy Shift? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 14
                                                      17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      May 11, 1968 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                      1. Will Ball End All Bombing of North Viet Nam? by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Is Humphrey a Moderate? by Allan Ryskind, p. 5
                                                      5. Goldberg to Woo Liberals to RFK Camp by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                      6. Where Were You in 1962?, p. 6
                                                      7. Reagan Candidacy Is for Real by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                      8. Big OEO Slashes Likely by Robert S. Allen, p. 7
                                                      9. Don't Let Them Take it Away by Phyllis Schlafly, pp. 8-9
                                                      10. Federally Financed "Mystery" School in N.Y., p. 10
                                                      11. Innocent Die, Guilty Live by Gov. Jack Williams, p. 10
                                                      12. Putting Business to Work by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                      13. The Reckless Advice of Eugene McCarthy by Raymond Moley, p. 12
                                                      14. U.S. Now Threatens Allies Over Non-Proliferation Pact by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                      15. Negotiating With the Communists, p. 12
                                                      16. How Great Britain Aids Hanoi by Anthony T. Bouscaren, p. 13
                                                      17. Will Voters See TV Debates This Year? by Willard Edwards, p. 14
                                                      18. Housing for Negroes---Or Homes? by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                      19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      May 18, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Does Ramsey Clark Enjoy Surprises by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Does Anyone Remember the Pueblo? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                      6. Left Fascism Blamed for German Rioting by Dr. Stefan T. Possony, p. 7
                                                      7. How to Help Youth by Alice Widener, p. 8
                                                      8. Hell's Canyon Dam: Success Story for Private Enterprise by Holmes Alexander, p. 8
                                                      9. Urban Renewal and Urban Revolt, p. 9
                                                      10. How to Destroy the U.S. by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                      11. Mere Problem-Stating Isn't Problem-Solving by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                      12. McNamara Distorts Bobby's Cuban Record, p. 11
                                                      13. Postal Reform Is Overdue by Philip Wagner, pp. 11-12
                                                      14. Fake History Is No Cure for Bad Education by John Lofton, p. 13
                                                      15. Guns and the Law by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      16. Remember Union Miniere?, p. 14
                                                      17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    8. [+]
                                                      May 25, 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                      1. Thousands of Red Troops Pouring Into South Viet Nam by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. RFK's Participatory Democracy by Raymond Moley, p. 6
                                                      6. Don't Campus Radicals Read Any U.S. History? by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                      7. Glass Building Bureaucrats, p. 6
                                                      8. Sad History of U.S. Diplomacy Points to Sell-Out in Paris Talks by Eugene Lyons, p. 7
                                                      9. What Congress Should Have Told the President by Henry Hazlitt, p. 8
                                                      10. The Ripon Society Strikes Again by Holmes Alexander, p. 8
                                                      11. An Exclusive Interview with Viet Nam's President Thieu by Charles W. Wiley, p. 9
                                                      12. Can Dissenters Really Claim Thoreau? by Fred De Armond, p. 10
                                                      13. Reuther's Bill of Wrongs, p. 10
                                                      14. Will Israel Be the Next Viet Nam? by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 11
                                                      15. Bridges to Human Dignity by Richard M. Nixon, pp. 12-13
                                                      16. "Let 'em Eat Cake!" by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      17. U.S. in Weak Talk Stance by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 14
                                                      18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    9. [+]
                                                      June 1, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Crime in Washington: A National Disgrace, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Student Riots in France Just What Communists Want by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 6
                                                      6. The Favorite Sons Fall Out of Favor by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                      7. Inside Detroit's "War on Poverty" by Henry P. Zuidema, pp. 8-9
                                                      8. Baptist Group Demands Same Rights As "Poor March" by Paul Scott, p. 10
                                                      9. Court Martial for Arnheiter, p. 10
                                                      10. U Thant Again Attacks U.S. by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 11
                                                      11. Nuclear Sub Lag, p. 11
                                                      12. LBJ Readying Wage-Price Control Law by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                      13. "People's Congress" Movements Growing Worldwide, p. 13
                                                      14. Liberal Double Standard, p. 13
                                                      15. R&R: Strange Bedfellows by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      16. King Slain by Reds?, p. 14
                                                      17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    10. [+]
                                                      June 8, 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                      1. Ed Partin: A Skeleton in Bobby's Closet by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Hanoi's Escalation Requires Resumption of U.S. Bombing by Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                      6. The Harassment of Charles Olson by Willard Edwards, p. 7
                                                      7. Special Project QQ & C (Quick Quiet and Confidential)", p. 8
                                                      8. New Rush on U.S. Gold by Paul Scott, p. 8
                                                      9. Soviet Spy Expertise Endangers U.S. by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                      10. About Black Power---And Racism by Morrie Ryskind, p. 9
                                                      11. Why Ronald Reagan has a Chance by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                      12. When a Liberal Attacks Liberals, p. 10
                                                      13. Adm. Kimmel Was Scapegoat for Tragedy at Pearl Harbor, p. 10
                                                      14. How Public Housing Dream Became a Nightmare, p. 11
                                                      15. Castroite Guerrillas Take Aim on Colombia by Richard J. Bocklet, p. 12
                                                      16. More U.N. Hypocrisy on Rhodesia by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                      17. Electing the President by Congressional Districts by Frederic Nelson, p. 14
                                                      18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    11. [+]
                                                      June 15, 1968 Issue = 11 Articles
                                                      1. The RFK Assassination, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Bevel Lists Revolutionary Goals of "Poor March" by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. We Can Prevent Future Colombias by David Franke, pp. 7-8
                                                      7. How SDS Hopes to Disrupt America by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 9-10
                                                      8. Is There Really a Generation Gap? by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 11-12
                                                      9. Sweden and France Are Ranked Best Havens for Runaway GIs by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                      10. How Bowles Tried to Sell Bigger U.S. Aid to India by Willard Edwards, p. 14
                                                      11. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    12. [+]
                                                      June 22, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Needed: Something More Than Gun Laws by John Chamberlain, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Why Did LBJ Administration Finally Agree to TV Debates? by Willard Edwards, p. 6
                                                      6. How Clark Plans to Handle June 19 March by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                      7. Is the Czech "Liberalization" for Real? by Brutus Coste and Hal Lehrman, pp. 8-9
                                                      8. Some More Thoughts on Collective Guilt by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                      9. How the Defense May Argue Sirhan Case by Frederic Nelson, p. 11
                                                      10. Will Ted Kennedy Pick Up Torch? by Victor Lasky, p. 11
                                                      11. French Move to Left Could Happen in America by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                      12. Senator McGee Hears from Viet Nam, p. 12
                                                      13. What Client for George Ball? by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                      14. Schools and the High Court by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                      15. Why Mayor Yorty Bared Sirhan's Pro-Communism by William Loeb, p. 14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    13. [+]
                                                      June 29, 1968 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                      1. Examining Those 'Emergency Hunger' Areas, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. [+]
                                                        The Future of Conservatism by Sen. John Tower, p. 6 - 1 Review
                                                        1. The Future of Conservatism by M. Stanton Evans
                                                      6. Pressures Mount for Foreign Aid Cuts by Robert S. Allen, p. 7
                                                      7. Paris Talks Worry Our Latin Allies by Paul D. Bethel, p. 8
                                                      8. Does Soak-the-Rich Help the Poor? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 9
                                                      9. Let's Not Import Trouble by Alice Widener, p. 10
                                                      10. East Germany's New Trade Bars Point to More U.S. Humiliation by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 10
                                                      11. Spock Coffin Verdict, p. 10
                                                      12. A Cloud Over the Miami Beach Convention? by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                      13. S 3218: Another Way to Waste Taxpayer Money by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                      14. LBJ Has Begun Secret Correspondence with Kosygin by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                      15. Herblock's Hacket Swings Again by Sen. Paul Fannin, p. 12
                                                      16. Does 1866 Law Really Support Court's New Housing Decision?, p. 13
                                                      17. What Beat Kuchel by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      18. The Tele-Funeral---A Study in Morbidity by Paul Harvey, p. 14
                                                      19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                  3. [+]
                                                    Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1968 = 13 Issues, 211 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      July 6, 1968 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                      1. Goodbye, Earl Warren by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. McCarthy Now Threatens to Go to Paris Talks by Jerry Greene, p. 6
                                                      6. Even the Pollsters Must Doubt Polls by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                      7. What Happened to Scorpion? by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                      8. Russia Is Big Beneficiary of Nonproliferation Treat by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 7
                                                      9. Orville's Green Thumb?, p. 8
                                                      10. Leave Farm Law to New Congress by Charles B. Shuman, p. 8
                                                      11. "Rocky the Spoiler" Is At It Again, p. 9
                                                      12. Our Judges Should Stick to Their Judging, p. 10
                                                      13. "Creative Society" Works in California by Gov. Ronald Reagan, p. 11
                                                      14. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      15. Detailing the Poverty Scandal by Alice Widener, p. 13
                                                      16. Chicago OEO has Appointed Ousted Georgia Poverty Aide, p. 13
                                                      17. The Peace Talks Are Immoral by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 14
                                                      18. Shrivers's New Empire-Building, p. 14
                                                      19. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                      20. How Your Money Is Wasted by Jameson G. Campaigne, p. 16
                                                    2. [+]
                                                      July 13, 1968 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                      1. Disarmament Talk: A Soviet Ploy? by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. The New Attack on HCUA by M. Stanton Evans, p. 6
                                                      6. SCLC Much Richer After "Poor People's March" by Robert S. Allen and John Goldsmith, p. 7
                                                      7. ACA: 10 Years Old, p. 7
                                                      8. Poverty in America: The Myth and the Reality by Prof. John B. Parrish, pp. 8-10
                                                      9. Behind Warren's Resignation by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                      10. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      11. Will Sweden Oust the Socialists? by Nils-Eric Brodin, p. 13
                                                      12. Cause for Shame, p. 14
                                                      13. The Conservative Trend Moves East by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    3. [+]
                                                      July 20, 1968 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                      1. Where Is the 'War on Crime'?, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Let's Close the Responsibility Gap by Gov. Ronald Reagan, pp. 6-7
                                                      6. Unionizing Public Service Employees, pp. 8-9
                                                      7. Would Chuck Percy Help the GOP Ticket?, p. 10
                                                      8. Concern Grows Over Pueblo Crew's Safety by Robert S. Allen and John A. Goldsmith, p. 11
                                                      9. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      10. Justice William O Douglas Should Also Leave the Court by Alice Widener, p. 13
                                                      11. Unwanted Food Aid in Wibaux County, p. 13
                                                      12. The Reagan Recall Drive by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      13. What Does the U.S. Gain from Paris Talks? by Walter Trohan, p. 14
                                                      14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    4. [+]
                                                      July 27, 1968 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                      1. HHH Wants Ted Kennedy on Ticket by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Minority Rules With 12% by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                      6. Once Off Court, Will Warren Continue Anti-Nixon Vendetta? by Frederic Nelson, p. 7
                                                      7. Why Detroit Has No Newspapers by Henry P. Zuidema, p. 8
                                                      8. Races of the Week, p. 9
                                                      9. Anti-War Leftists Plan "Phase Two" of Campaign by Alice Widener, p. 10
                                                      10. Pro-Mao Reds Step Up Infiltration of SDS, p. 10
                                                      11. Three to Five Assaults on Saigon Are Expected by Paul Scott, p. 10
                                                      12. Rocky's New War Plan Courts Peacenik Vote by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 11
                                                      13. Mr. Watson's Postal Threats, p. 11
                                                      14. Our Historians Have Neglected More Than the Negro by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                      15. When the Feds Hit Rappahannock by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                      16. Unreported Speech Abroad Gives Reuther's Global Strike Plan by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                      17. Russia's Disarmament Proposals Would Render U.S. Helpless by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                      18. Can We Guarantee Jobs? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                      19. How "Cost Effectiveness" Manis Has Jeopardized U.S. Security, p. 14
                                                      20. What FDR Said, p. 14
                                                      21. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    5. [+]
                                                      August 3, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Moving Left Courts Election Disaster by M. Stanton Evans, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. NLRB Reverses Rule On Rehiring Strikers, p. 6
                                                      6. The Copywriters' Union by Jerry Della Femina, p. 6
                                                      7. George Wallace: Humphrey's Secret Weapon by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                      8. Dead Letter?, p. 8
                                                      9. Must Big Foreign Aid Continue Forever?, p. 8
                                                      10. Races of the Week, pp. 9-11
                                                      11. Will the U.S. Seize the Opportunity Provided by the Czech Turmoil? by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                      12. House Conservatives Lack Effective Organization by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 12
                                                      13. Europeans Think LBJ Will Run Again by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                      14. The Liberal Double Standard by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      15. Meskill Urges Hartford OEO Probe, p. 14
                                                      16. Splotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    6. [+]
                                                      August 10, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Ramsey Clark Corrupts the Law by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. The Quiet Counter-Revolution at Columbia by Judson Hand, p. 6
                                                      6. That Negro Education Has Ever Been "Equal" by Fred G. Clark and Richard S. Rimanoczy, p. 7
                                                      7. Chiang Warns Japanese About Trading With Reds by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 7
                                                      8. The Myth of Che Guevara by Paul Bethel, p. 8
                                                      9. USSR Backs Castro's Nuclear Arms by Paul Scott, p. 9
                                                      10. Herbert Marcuse: Prophet of Violence by Donald Feder, p. 10
                                                      11. How Liberals Can Twist Campaign Issues by Holmes Alexander, p. 11
                                                      12. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      13. Sen. Fannin Wins Fight Against "Opportunities Enforcement Act" by Willard Edwards, p. 13
                                                      14. Pay TV Deserves a Chance by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      15. Assassination Files by Paul Scott, p. 14
                                                      16. Russian Sum "Rammer", p. 14
                                                      17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    7. [+]
                                                      August 17, 1968 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                      1. Nixon-Agnew: A Winning Ticket?, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Why Is Hanoi Repositioning Its Forces? by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. New York State's Conservative Party by Raymond Moley, p. 6
                                                      7. Rep. Roth Bares Federal Aid Jungle by Willard Edwards, p. 7
                                                      8. U.S. Cannot Avoid New Balance-of-Payments Crisis by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                      9. Slave Labor Camps Growing in Soviet Union by Victor Riesel, p. 8
                                                      10. What Teamsters-UAW Partnership Means, p. 8
                                                      11. Do Bricks and Mortar Makes Colleges? by Russell Kirk, p. 9
                                                      12. Nixon Camp Expects Heavy Big-City Support by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                      13. When the Old Buildings Come Down by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                      14. "Remember the Pueblo"---Campaign Slogan for 1968 by Ted Frech, p. 11
                                                      15. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      16. Hubert Won't Like This One by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                      17. Two Can Play Baker's Game by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      18. Johnson May Yet Run Again by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                      19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    8. [+]
                                                      August 24, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. LBJ Plans Fireside Chats in Fall by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Democrats Face Platofrm Fight Over Barring Future "Viet Nams" by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. Will the Media Repeat Their '64 Performance? by Frederic Nelson, p. 7
                                                      7. The Meaning of Miami by M. Stanton Evans, p. 8
                                                      8. Races of the Week, p. 9
                                                      9. Will Black "History" Really Be Brainwashing? by George S. Schuyler, p. 10
                                                      10. Why Did Senate Ethics Panel Conceal Anti-Long Evidence? by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                      11. The Berlin Wall: Seven Years Later by Donald Feder, p. 12
                                                      12. Why the Reagan Drive Failed in the South by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                      13. CBS's Story of a Dying Baby, p. 13
                                                      14. Dodd and Thurmond Stand Up Against Concessions to Reds by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 14
                                                      15. Federal Intervention Helps Cause Nation's Urban Distress by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    9. [+]
                                                      August 31, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Will the U.S. Liberals Ever Learn?, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                      4. After Six Years, the FDA Is Still Discussing Vitamins by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                      5. Theatricals or the News? Television Must Decide, p. 6
                                                      6. Nixon Staff Views November With Confidence by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                      7. The ACLU Double Standard by Victor Lasky, p. 7
                                                      8. Go Not in Search of Monsters by John Davenport, p. 8
                                                      9. Will the Otto Otepka Case Become a Major Campaign Issue? by Paul Scott, p. 9
                                                      10. How the Liberal Clergy Undermines Loyalty by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 9
                                                      11. Many Construction Workers Now in $400-a-Week Bracket by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                      12. Congressmen Charge Ramsey Clark Uses Office for Political Ends by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                      13. Steel as the Whipping Boy by Henry Hazlitt, pp. 11-12
                                                      14. No Rest for the Weary by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                      15. UAW Retreats, p. 13
                                                      16. Nixon-Agnew and Negro Defections by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                      17. The Slurs Against Sen. Strom Thurmond by Holmes Alexander, pp. 15-16
                                                    10. [+]
                                                      September 7, 1968 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                      1. HHH: Fitting Close to Chicago Fiasco, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Massive Soviet Troop Build-Up Preceded Czech Onslaught by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. Credibility Gap At the New York Times by Sid Goldberg, p. 6
                                                      7. What Are the Black Panthers? by Robert Bailey, pp. 7-10
                                                      8. More Trouble At Columbia? by Alice Widener, p. 11
                                                      9. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      10. The Grap Boycott: Who Is Really for the Little Man? by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                      11. LBJ Crony OK'd During Senate Rush by Willard Edwards, p. 13
                                                      12. GOP Senate Gains Likely by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                      13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    11. [+]
                                                      September 14, 1968 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                      1. Big Labor to Spend $20 Millon on HHH Race by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Why Shouldn't Biafrans Be Free? by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                      6. How the Soviet Union Plants Its Espionage Agents by Henry J. Taylor, p. 7
                                                      7. Kinoy's Reward for Abuse, p. 7
                                                      8. Races of the Week, p. 8
                                                      9. Who Were the Real Culprits in Chicago? by Bruce Felknor, p. 9
                                                      10. George Ball Has Promised to Banish Otepka by Willard Edwards, p. 10
                                                      11. "How Could They Do This to Me?" by Henry Hazlitt, pp. 10-11
                                                      12. NSA: More Dull Politics Than "New Politics" by Harvey H. Hukari Jr., p. 12
                                                      13. Walter Reuther Was Man Behind Ted Kennedy Boom by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                      14. Spotlight Again Focuses on Fortas Nomination by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                      15. Senate Ducks Pay Raise Issue by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                      16. Humphrey Cannot See End for Tax Surcharge, p. 14
                                                      17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    12. [+]
                                                      September 21, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Non-Proliferation Treaty Favors USSR by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. 'Charlie Green' Has His Problems by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                      6. An Open Letter to a Protest Voter by Fred DeArmond, p. 7
                                                      7. Eldgridge Cleaver: Peace and Freedom Candidate by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 8
                                                      8. Sen. Hart Tries to Name a Judge by Henry Zuidema, p. 8
                                                      9. Do We Really Want a National Primary? by Frederic Nelson, p. 9
                                                      10. Races of the Week, p. 10
                                                      11. Rebels Step Up Activity Against Mozambique by Richard Bocklet, p. 11
                                                      12. Horatio Alger Rides Again! by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                      13. Costra Nostra Allies Roamed Chicago Convention Floor by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                      14. The Case for a Volunteer Army by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      15. Nixon Seeks Conferences With Hoover on Disorders by Paul Scott, p. 14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    13. [+]
                                                      September 28, 1968 Issue = 11 Articles
                                                      1. McClellan Plans New Anti-Poverty Investigation by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. The Election Year Syndrom by Morrie Ryskind, p. 5
                                                      5. Behind the New York Teachers' Strike by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                      6. Does HHH Need Gene McCarthy? by Don Maclean, p. 6
                                                      7. Federal Bureaucrats in Local Schools, p. 7
                                                      8. Contents, p. 1
                                                      9. Policy Differences Between Nixon and Humphrey, p. 2
                                                      10. Richard Nixon: Republican Candidate, pp. 3-8
                                                      11. Hubert Humphrey: Democratic Candidate, pp. 9-20
                                                  4. [+]
                                                    Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1968 = 13 Issues, 209 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      October 5, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. Humphrey Considers Flight to Paris by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. Unclogging the Skies by William D. Grampp, pp. 6-7
                                                      6. Races of the Week, p. 8
                                                      7. Columbia: Target for New Disorders by Frederick K. Lowell, p. 9
                                                      8. Does Warren Think Fortas Cause Lost?, p. 9
                                                      9. The Radical Background of Michigan's New Democratic National Committeeman, p. 10
                                                      10. Will USSR Again Have to Crush Hungary? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                      11. Federal Poverty Officials use Working Time to Discredit U.S. by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                      12. The Negro Case Against the Labor Unions by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                      13. Douglas Seems Determined to Kill the Draft by Jerry Greene, p. 13
                                                      14. Educational Jargon Keeps Rolling Along by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                      15. How the NLRB Has Flouted the Will of Congress, p. 14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    2. [+]
                                                      October 12, 1968 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                      1. Fortas Defeat a Conservative Victory by Russell Kirk, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. When Salazar Met With Franco by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                      6. Media Bias: A Main Cause of Growing Discontent by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                      7. New Attacks On Industry Mergers, p. 7
                                                      8. Did the West Ever Learn the "Lesson of Munich"? by Eugene Lyons, p. 8
                                                      9. California Grape Boycott: The Big Lie at Work by Murray Norris, p. 9
                                                      10. Conversation With A Mexican Farm Worker by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 9-11
                                                      11. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                      12. Is U.S. Holding back on Rockets in Viet Nam?, p. 13
                                                      13. Metamorphosis of Walter Lippmann, p. 13
                                                      14. The How and Why of Disaster by M. Stanton Evans, p. 14
                                                      15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      October 19, 1968 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                      1. Big Labor Is Still Betting on Humphrey by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Races of the Week, pp. 5-6
                                                      5. Should Conservatives Vote for Wallace?, pp. 7-10
                                                      6. What Became of the Banks Case? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                      7. North Viet Nam Rebuilds Supply Routes During Bomb Pause by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                      8. Air Force Association Plan for Ending the War by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                      9. New Left Plans "National GI Week", p. 13
                                                      10. OEO Claims "Duty" to Stir Up Street Action by Victor Riesel, p. 14
                                                      11. How One Black Militant Is Becoming a Capitalist by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      12. Boosting Conservative Morale by F. Clifton White, pp. 15-16
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                                                      October 26, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                      1. The 90th Congress: R.I.P. by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Politics '68, p. 5
                                                      5. The Collapse of Liberalism, p. 6
                                                      6. Your Vote Counts, p. 6
                                                      7. Does Sen. Muskie Have the Judgment? by Holmes Alexander, p. 7
                                                      8. Races of the Week, pp. 8-9
                                                      9. Can Humphrey Win With the "Sympathy Vote"? by Frederic Nelson, p. 10
                                                      10. Conrad Gets "Cartoon of the Year" Award by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                      11. ADA Ratings, p. 12
                                                      12. Congress Gives U.S. a Chance to Re-Evaluate Russian Plans by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                      13. Katzenbach on Crime, p. 13
                                                      14. Electoral Guessing Games by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                      15. The Psyche of San Diego by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      November 2, 1968 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                      1. How SDS Plans to Disrupt the Elections, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Castro Has Increased His Nuclear Arsenal by Paul Scott, p. 5
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                                                        What COPE's Millions Can Do by Edwin Bliss, pp. 6-7 - 1 Review
                                                        1. How to Cope with COPE by Terry Catchpole
                                                      6. Races of the Week, pp. 8-9
                                                      7. How to Prevent Voting Machine Fraud by Richards H. Carpenter, p. 10
                                                      8. Jacob Javits: New York's "Seismographic" Senator by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                      9. ACA COPE Ratings, p. 12
                                                      10. Was Bundy "Plan" Designed to Put HHH in the White House? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                      11. The Efficiency of Volunteers by Paul Harvey, p. 13
                                                      12. Barry Goldwater: A Prophet With Honor by Fred Holden, p. 14
                                                      13. Creating Another Nixon "Conspiracy" by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 15-16
                                                    6. [+]
                                                      November 9, 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                      1. Clark Clifford Distorts Nuclear Picture by Phyllis Schlafly, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Insider Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                      4. Clark Refuses to Help Harassed D.C. Merchants, p. 6
                                                      5. What Viet Nam Has Taught Us by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 6
                                                      6. Administration's Rhodesian Policy Aids USSR by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                      7. The Battle of West Berlin Is Political by Hal Lehrman, pp. 8-9
                                                      8. Businessmen Accuse Black Militants of Unfair Labor Practices by Victor Riesel, p. 10
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                                                        The Times and Fountainhead by Rosalie Gordon, p. 10 - 1 Review
                                                        1. The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
                                                      10. How High Is Up? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                      11. Hubert's Picture Book by Don Maclean, p. 11
                                                      12. Dyslexia: Real Problem Or Convenient Excuse? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 12
                                                      13. Griffin Finds Out Cost of Bucking Lyndon Johnson by Willard Edwards, p. 12
                                                      14. Double Standard by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                      15. If the North Vietnamese Ran Saigon by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                      16. Preventing Strikes by Public Employees by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                      17. Why American Policy Failed in Cuba by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 15
                                                      18. Would His "New Left" Admirers Really Like Life Under Castro?, pp. 15-16
                                                    7. [+]
                                                      November 16, 1968 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                      1. Conservative Battle Is Hardly Over, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Saigon Fights for Survival by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 5
                                                      5. Should Satellite Television Be Internationally Controlled? by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                      6. Rickover's "Quiet Sub" Aided by Nixon's Barb, p. 6
                                                      7. Soviet Propaganda and the Death of Hitler by Michael A. Musmanno, p. 7
                                                      8. Complete 1968 Election Returns, pp. 8-9
                                                      9. Labor's Role in the 1968 Elections by Terry Catchpole, p. 10
                                                      10. Johnson Must Submit Budget Before Leaving by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                      11. The Little Man Who Took on Uncle Same by Denny Walsh, pp. 12-13
                                                      12. The University---Wayward and Wayless by Raymond Moley, p. 14
                                                      13. How Industry Plans More "Cool Summers" by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      14. Outlook for Rescuing Crew of "Mini-Pueblo" Looks Bleak by John D. Lofton Jr., p. 15
                                                      15. [+]
                                                        Mowrer's Book a "Must" by Irene Corbally Kuhn, pp. 15-16 - 1 Review
                                                        1. Triumph and Turmoil by Edgar Ansel Mowrer
                                                    8. [+]
                                                      November 23, 1968 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                      1. Why the GOP Must Move Right by M. Stanton Evans, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Will Labor Finally Back Teddy? by Victor Riesel, p. 5
                                                      5. Nixon Faces Fight on Heavy Use of "Tax Credits" by Paul Scott, pp. 6-7
                                                      6. The Case for Keeping the Panama Canal by Ellis O. Briggs, p. 8
                                                      7. If You Were Governor of California, What Would You Do? by Robert Bailey, p. 9
                                                      8. Appendix to the Returns by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                      9. Keeping Peace, African Style by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                      10. Where Next for Wallaceites? by Paul Harvey, pp. 11-13
                                                      11. How Welfare Demonstrators Plan to Disrupt Department Stores by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      12. "Youth Exposion" Has Slowed Down by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 14-16
                                                    9. [+]
                                                      November 30, 1968 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                      1. Will Nixon Help Otepka? by Willard Edwards, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. 1960 and 1968: A Comparison by Ralph de Toledano, p. 5
                                                      5. DeGaulle Shows Signs of U.S. Reconciliation by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 6
                                                      6. Has Muskie Reached His Ceiling? by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                      7. Mansfield Plans January Push for Non-Proliferation Treaty, p. 7
                                                      8. The Million-Dollar Memoir by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 8
                                                      9. Will "Forced Repatriation" Be an Issue in Viet Nam? by Julius Epstein, p. 9
                                                      10. Militants Terrify Poor by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                      11. U.S. Defenses Will Suffer If Bases in Spain Are Lost by Walter Trohan, p. 10
                                                      12. LBJ Places Curb on Spying on Soviets by Paul Scott, p. 11
                                                      13. The Conservatism of Ronald Reagan by Lee Edwards, p. 12
                                                      14. Free Drugs for Those Over 65? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                      15. How We Discourage Investment by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                      16. In Defense of "Track System" by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                      17. The Ford Foundation's Politics by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                      18. HCUA Makes Its Recommendations, p. 14
                                                      19. Schlesinger's Hatchet Job on Nixon by John Chamberlain, p. 15
                                                      20. We Need Some Judicious "Witch-Hunting" by Frederic Nelson, pp. 15-16
                                                    10. [+]
                                                      December 7, 1968 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                      1. Leftists Implicated in Franc Crisis by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. Senate for Humphrey in '70?, p. 5
                                                      5. As Mr. Dooley Might See It by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                      6. Loaded Figures on Foreign Aid, p. 6
                                                      7. Behind the New York School Fiasco by Meir Kahane, pp. 7-10
                                                      8. It's Already Open Season on Nixon by Ted Lewis, p. 11
                                                      9. Will New Administration End Foreign Investment Controls? by Willard Edwards, p. 12
                                                      10. Day of Reckoning for Labor Bosses? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                      11. Court Issues Open Invitation to Featherfedders, p. 13
                                                      12. "Build, Brother, Build" by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                      13. Why Wait for Washington? by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                      14. The Money Crisis by Alice Widener, p. 15
                                                      15. Is Keynes Defunct? by Henry Hazlitt, pp. 15-16
                                                    11. [+]
                                                      December 14, 1968 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                      1. Nixon Still Aims for a 'New Court' by Ted Lewis, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. That Walker Report by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 5
                                                      5. Too Many Mouths to Feed? by Elgin Groseclose, p. 6
                                                      6. No Free Ride for Adam Claytong Powell, p. 7
                                                      7. A Tale of Two Candidates by M. Stanton Evans, p. 8
                                                      8. "Democratic Left" No Answer to Latin Woes by Paul Bethel, p. 9
                                                      9. Why Communism Can't "Evolve" by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 10
                                                      10. Sue Away Mr. Abernathy, p. 10
                                                      11. Ideologues in the Classroom by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                      12. Ramsey Clark Leaves Time Bomb for New Administration, p. 12
                                                      13. Herb Klein: Nixon "Communications Director" by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                      14. Nixon Faces National Transportation Crisis by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                      15. Why Not Sell Some Federal Land? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                      16. Debunking the Myth of Bobby Kennedy by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 14
                                                      17. Let's Impeach Nixon! by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                      18. "Human Rights" and the United Nations by John Lofton, p. 15
                                                      19. Bill Buckley for U.N. Ambassador? by John Chamberlain, pp. 15-16
                                                    12. [+]
                                                      December 21, 1968 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                      1. McCarthy Headquarters Still Raising Money, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                      4. HCUA Needs a New Mandate by Willard Edwards, p. 5
                                                      5. How the Nixon Administration Is Shapping Up, p. 6
                                                      6. Reforming the Broadcast Press by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                      7. Nixon and the State Department by Holmes Alexander, p. 7
                                                      8. In Defense of Punishment by Ernest Van Den Haag, p. 8
                                                      9. Agriculture Department Is Failing in Meat Inspection by Oscar Sussman, D.V.M., p. 9
                                                      10. Coming Up: New Battle Over TFX by Paul Scott, pp. 10-11
                                                      11. Grape Growers Tell It Like It Is by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                      12. Reverse Grape Boycott Proposed, p. 12
                                                      13. The Young Must Keep the Pressure On by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                      14. Russia Threatens to Become World's Leading Sea Power by Rep. Jack Edwards, p. 13
                                                      15. Can the United States Really Police the World? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 14
                                                      16. Solving the World Currency Disorder by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                      17. Ships Sent to Black Sea At Exactly the Right Time by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 15
                                                      18. "But the Judges Had Changed" by James Jackson Kilpatrick, pp. 15-16
                                                    13. [+]
                                                      December 28, 1968 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                      1. A Second 'Chicago' on Inauguration Day? by Holmes Alexander, p. 1
                                                      2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                      3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                      4. Is It Right to Honor Man Who Broke With Tito? by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                      5. Nixon Team Projects Competence by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                      6. How Nixon Now Views Viet Nam War by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                      7. Post Office Moves to Prevent Sagotage by Militants, p. 8
                                                      8. World Looks Brighter for Bobby Baker by Willard Edwards, p. 8
                                                      9. Red-Backed Guerrilla Wars Loom in Africa by Richard Bocklet, p. 9
                                                      10. "Uptight": The Black Power Story? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                      11. Yevtushenko: Prostitute Poet, p. 11
                                                      12. Labor Cases to Court, p. 11
                                                      13. Labor Leaders Are Worried About New Attorney General by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                      14. "A Taste of Flames", p. 12
                                                      15. Re-Examining Our Mid-East Position by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                      16. Labor Laws and Inflation by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                      17. Inspiring New Plan for Using Grandparents in Our Schools by Paul Harvey, p. 14
                                                      18. Hypocritical Policies Hurt Biafrans by Anthony Lejeune, p. 14
                                                      19. Commentators Who Think They Should Be President by William Rentschler, p. 15
                                                      20. School Prayer Is Not Lawful---But Religious Teaching Is by Russell Kirk, pp. 15-16
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                                                  Issues of 1969 = 52 Issues, 783 Articles