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                                                    Issues of 1969 = 52 Issues, 783 Articles
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                                                      Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1969 = 13 Issues, 198 Articles
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                                                        January 4, 1969 Issue = 7 Articles
                                                        1. High School Students Next SDS Target, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Life and Death of the Welfare State by Henry Hazlitt, pp. 5-12
                                                        5. Decline of American Naval Power by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                        6. So You Think It's Easy to Be a Conservative? by Harvey H. Hukari, p. 14
                                                        7. Kremlin Seeks to Solidify Red Bloc by Paul Scott, pp. 15-16
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                                                        January 11, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Why the Attacks on Gov. Hicket? by Holmes Alexander, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Some Predictions for 1969 by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 5
                                                        5. As Nixon Examines His "Options" by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                        6. Military Has Defense "Shopping List" for Nixon, p. 7
                                                        7. Foreman Returns to House After Four Years by Willard Edwards, p. 8
                                                        8. It's Nice to Have Pueblo Crew Back, But... by Roy Colby, p. 9
                                                        9. Poverty and Social Disorder: Was It Planned That Way? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                        10. When Unions Come to School by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                        11. The Communists and the Campus Outbreaks by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                        12. The Businessman---Hero or Villain? by Dr. William H. Peterson, p. 12
                                                        13. The Case Against a U.N. "Ocean Regime" by Alice Widener, p. 13
                                                        14. The Ten Pillars of Economic Wisdom, p. 13
                                                        15. Now Is No Time for a Summit Meeting by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                        16. The Failure of "Community Control", pp. 15-16
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                                                        January 18, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Ted Kennedy Looks to '72---or '76 by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Will Congress End "Community Action Programs"?, p. 5
                                                        5. How Communists Are Using Pueblo "Apology", p. 6
                                                        6. Can Nixon Save the Game in Cuba? by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                        7. New Year's Present: $738.80 Tax, p. 7
                                                        8. A Workable Plan for Electoral College Reform by Sen. Karl Mundt, p. 8
                                                        9. Roster of the 91st Congress, p. 9
                                                        10. How to Writer More Effective Letters, p. 10
                                                        11. Buddhists Planning New Viet Nam Demonstrations by Paul Scott, p. 11
                                                        12. Robbing Peter and Paul, p. 12
                                                        13. The Continuing Threat of Strike Blackmail by Henry Hazlitt, p. 12
                                                        14. Gov. Reagan Lays It on the Line by James Jackson Kilpatrick, pp. 13-14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        January 25, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Viet Nam Nixon's Immediate Danger Point by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Hundreds of Draft-Dodgers Turn to Teaching by Anthony T. Bouscaren, p. 5
                                                        5. Profit "Guideposts" Absurd by Henry Hazlitt, p. 6
                                                        6. Where a New Party Could Begin by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                        7. "Nader's Raiders" Use Dixon to Attack Capitalist System by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                        8. Behind the Protests at San Francisco State by Robert Bailey, p. 8
                                                        9. The Demise of the Saturday Evening Post by Frederic Nelson, p. 9
                                                        10. Pueblo Boners Not Bucher's---Data Points Higher Up, pp. 10-11
                                                        11. How Radicals Use Movies for Propaganda by John Boland, p. 12
                                                        12. A Few Kind Words for the Filibuster by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                        13. Is Chairman Mao in Trouble?, p. 13
                                                        14. Life in Our Village by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        February 1, 1969 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                        1. Is LBJ Really Gone for Good? by Holmes Alexander, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Will Black Communit Give Nixon a Break? by John Chamberlain, p. 5
                                                        5. Will N.Y. Poverty Scandals Bring Down OEO?, p. 6
                                                        6. Rogers Renews State Department "Housecleaning" Pledge, p. 7
                                                        7. McCarthy's Committee Shift Tips Political Hand by Paul Scott, p. 8
                                                        8. Sweden's Recognition of Ho Sets Bad Example by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 8
                                                        9. Czech Anti-Soviet Resistance Still Flourishes by James T. Farley Jr., p. 9
                                                        10. Nixon Should Reject Pay Raise, p. 10
                                                        11. What's Wrong With Colleges? by Russell Kirk, p. 10
                                                        12. To Each His Own by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                        13. Angry Police Set for National Union Drive by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                        14. When the Rich Enter Government Service by Raymond Moley, p. 12
                                                        15. Abolish the Interregnum by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                        16. Tax-Paid Civil Servants Work on Price Daniel's Book, p. 13
                                                        17. When Government Meddles in Competition by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 14
                                                        18. Revolution (Read: Subversion) Theme of New Rolf Hochhuth Play, p. 14
                                                        19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        February 8, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. Supreme Court Warned to Police Itself---Or Else, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Insider Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Contingency Planning for Possible Czech Revolt by Paul Scott, p. 5
                                                        5. Liberals Fall Flat in Anti-Hickel Campaign, p. 6
                                                        6. Guaranteed Poverty Or Guaranteed Opportunity? by Roger A. Freeman, pp. 7-10
                                                        7. After 19 Months Reds Still Hold Anthony Grey by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 11
                                                        8. Senate Unit Looks Into Davies Security Clearance Case by Willard Edwards, p. 12
                                                        9. Who Is John Paton Davies?, p. 12
                                                        10. What Clifford Revealed As He Left Pentagon by Phyllis Schlafly, p. 13
                                                        11. What Should Be Done with the Bad Guys? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                        12. Crime in the Nation's Capital by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                        13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        February 15, 1969 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                        1. Patronage Is the Name of the Game by Phyllis Schlafly, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Pro-Soviet Czech Officials Are Wary of Nixon Contingency Plans by Paul Scott, p. 5
                                                        5. If We Want Real Tax Reform by Harley L. Lutz, p. 6
                                                        6. How Not to Mess Around, p. 7
                                                        7. The "Sensitivity Training" Rage by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                        8. That LBJ Budget "Surplus": A Mere Mirage by Sen. John Williams, p. 8
                                                        9. Mollycoddling on the High Court by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 9
                                                        10. How Unions Are Moving to Trap the Farm Workers by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                        11. Anti-Franco Sentiment Distorted by Press by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                        12. Tax Court Experiment to Begin by Willard Edwards, p. 10
                                                        13. Shuman Defends Grape Growers, p. 10
                                                        14. Reuther Pushes Teddy for '72 by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                        15. Only One "China Lobby" Today by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                        16. Involvement, Anybody? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                        17. How Minimum Wage Laws Hurt Jobless Negro Teens by Earle Williamson Good, p. 13
                                                        18. HHH's Sister Given Posh Federal Position, pp. 13-14
                                                        19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        February 22, 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                        1. Where's the New Broom? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. What If Bucher Had Fired Back? by Frederic Nelson, p. 5
                                                        5. Lyndon Tells Frances Knight "Thanks" on Passport Episode by Willard Edwards, p. 6
                                                        6. H.R. Gross: The Taxpayers' Favorite Mr. "No" by Robert E. Bauman, pp. 7-10
                                                        7. The Plotting Against Our Military Defenses by Alice Widener, p. 11
                                                        8. For LBJ No Roughing It Back on the Ranch, p. 12
                                                        9. Poor Nations "Exploited" by Foreign Capital by Fred G. Clark and Richard Rimanoczy, p. 13
                                                        10. "New Africa" Militants Plan Brooklyn "Nation" by Paul Scott, p. 14
                                                        11. Pay the Two Dollars! by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                        12. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        March 1, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Otepka Is Still Waiting by Willard Edwards, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Big Brother and the Cigarette Ban by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                        5. Despite Set-Backs, Communist Party Pushes On by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                        6. SDS Outlines "Winter-Spring Offensive", p. 7
                                                        7. Soviets Delighted by U.S.-Peru Controversy by Paul Bethel, p. 8
                                                        8. Panmunjon's Lessons for U.S. Team in Paris by Frederic Nelson, p. 9
                                                        9. Should Washington Pay All Welfare Costs? by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                        10. East Germany Not Satellite, But Occupied Country by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                        11. One Crime Remedy: Preventive Detention, p. 12
                                                        12. Trudeau Losing U.S. Friendship by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                        13. A Flat Tax Rate for All? by Paul Harvey, p. 13
                                                        14. To the Left of the Professors, p. 14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        March 8, 1969 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                        1. Why the Senate Should Reject Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. LBJ Privately Challenges HHH on Party Leadership, p. 5
                                                        5. New York Times Refuted on Florida Migrant Workers by Todd Wright, p. 6
                                                        6. Special Report on Student Demonstrations, p. 7
                                                        7. Nixon Applauds Father Hesburgh's Strong Stand, p. 8
                                                        8. The Time for Compromise Has Passed by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                        9. Wayne State Militants Seize Campus Newspaper by Henry P. Zuidema, p. 9
                                                        10. One Campus Without Protest by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 9
                                                        11. Student Rebels Set to Disrupt Nation's Big Industrial Plants by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                        12. Austerity and the U.S. Space Program by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        13. What "Arrogance of Power"? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 11
                                                        14. Barry Goldwater: Strong GOP Voice on U.S. Security by Willard Edwards, p. 12
                                                        15. Why Eulogize Mondlane?, pp. 12-13
                                                        16. Tonypandyitis Still Afflicts Us by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                        17. One-Sided Capital Gaines Tax by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                        18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        March 15, 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                        1. Why U.S. Needs an ABM System by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Government Bookkeeping by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                        5. New Bombings in Puerto Rico by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                        6. Code of Conduct Not Applicable to Pueblo, p. 7
                                                        7. Legalized Bias?, p. 8
                                                        8. When SDS Meets Student Resistance by Harvey H. Hukari Jr., pp. 9-10
                                                        9. John Braine: From Socialist to Conservative by Alice Widener, p. 11
                                                        10. 'La Raza': Brown Power on the Rise by Murray Norris, pp. 12-13
                                                        11. The Moral Myopia of Mr. U Thant by John D. Lofton Jr., p. 14
                                                        12. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        March 22, 1969 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                        1. Ban on Aid to Campus Rioters Not Enforced, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Nixon Must Strike Back by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 5
                                                        5. Humphrey Squirms Hard to Explain Maddox Picture, p. 6
                                                        6. In Defense of Dr. Warren Nutter, pp. 6-7
                                                        7. The Growing Battle Over ROTC by John Chamberlain, p. 8
                                                        8. Cloud on the Horizon by Morrie Ryskind, p. 8
                                                        9. Reagan Replies to "Barbarism" Charge, p. 8
                                                        10. When Will Our Clergymen Return to Their Real Calling? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                        11. Now It's Pizza Power by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 9
                                                        12. How Technicalities Prevent Proper Criminal Punishment by Mike Kingston, p. 10
                                                        13. Pig on a Peace Plate by Alice Widener, p. 11
                                                        14. The Big Joke by Jerry Della Femina, p. 11
                                                        15. Featherbedding: A Soft Touch by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                        16. How Women Can Discourage Crime by Russell Kirk, p. 12
                                                        17. Labor and Nixon Aides Plan Secret Parley by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                        18. History Shows Peace Pacts Lead to War, Not Peace by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 14
                                                        19. Some Fresh Facts on Fluoridation by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                        20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        March 29, 1969 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                        1. 'Hunger': Liberals' New Political War Cry by Ted Lewis, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. One Judge Who's Tough on Criminals by Ralph de Toledano, p. 5
                                                        5. Progress Report on the Anti-SDS Revolt by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                        6. The Main Lesson of the Pueblo by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                        7. Hot Dogs, Tomatoes and Freedom by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                        8. The Motorman "Got Involved" by Paul Harvey, p. 7
                                                        9. Eyewitness Report on Biafra by Rep. Donald E. Lukens and Fulton Lewis III, pp. 8-9
                                                        10. Administration Ponders Heresy: Cutting Budget by Willard Edwards, p. 10
                                                        11. Why Foreign Aid Impoverishes America by Henry Hazlitt, p. 11
                                                        12. House Voets IDA Funds, p. 11
                                                        13. Daley and Humphrey Must Share Blame for Loss of Illinois by William Rentschler, p. 12
                                                        14. Silence of Negro Leaders on Crimes Against Own People Triggers Warning, p. 13
                                                        15. Dick Kleindienst's Now-Famous Time Sheets by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                        16. Phonics Works Out Very Well in Los Angeles by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                        17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                      Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1969 = 13 Issues, 200 Articles
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                                                        April 5, 1969 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                        1. ABM Foes Really Know Nothing of Soviet Intentions by Joseph Alsop, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                        4. Hunger Headlines Launch Latest Fraud by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 5
                                                        5. James Earl Ray Case Still a Puzzle by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                        6. Four Unsung Heroes of the Otepka Battle by Willard Edwards, p. 7
                                                        7. 1984 Is 20 Years Closer by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                        8. The Rising Tide of Pro-Castro Propaganda by Paul Bethel, p. 8
                                                        9. How Castro's Record Is Distorted by Press by John D. Lofton Jr., p. 9
                                                        10. An Answer by Jerry Della Femina, p. 10
                                                        11. Soviet Writer Amazed by Journey to Taiwan, p. 10
                                                        12. Reagan Tells How Local Self-Help Really Worked in Floods, p. 11
                                                        13. Behind Red Progress Claims by Anthony T. Bouscaren, p. 11
                                                        14. Demagoguery in the Senate, p. 12
                                                        15. Non-Proliferation Treaty Parallels the Munich Pact by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                        16. Sweden's Double Standard by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                        17. Our Coming Monetary Collapse by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                        18. Kennedy Center in Trouble, p. 13
                                                        19. Proposal for Tax Reform by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                        20. The Peace Corps Is Now in Good Hands by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                        21. Spotlight in Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        April 12, 1969 Issue = 29 Articles
                                                        1. A Generation of Growth by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 3-5
                                                        2. The Vital Political Role of Conservative Women by Phyllis Schlafly, p. 6
                                                        3. The Disaster That Was Warren by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                        4. Professive Education: Its Decline and Fall by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 8
                                                        5. Latin America: Victim of Liberal U.S. Policies by Paul Bethel, pp. 9-10
                                                        6. How To Kick the Farm Subsidy Habit by Charles B. Shuman, p. 11
                                                        7. The Failure of Our Foreign Aid Program by Ken Thompson, pp. 12-14
                                                        8. The Decline of Congress by Willard Edwards, p. 15
                                                        9. What Should We Do With Red China? by Rev. Daniel Lyons, S.J., p. 16
                                                        10. Our Pragmatic Press by Donald I. Rogers, pp. 17-18
                                                        11. Twenty-Five Years of U.S. Foreign Policy by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 19-22
                                                        12. The Keynesians' Faith Is Oozing Away by Henry Hazlitt, p. 23
                                                        13. Herbert Hoover: American Individualist by Eugene Lyons, p. 24
                                                        14. Douglas MacArthur: The Last General by John Chamberlain, p. 25
                                                        15. Sen. Harry F. Byrd: Mr. Economy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 26
                                                        16. Sen. Robert A. Taft: Mr. Republican by Russell Kirk, pp. 27-28
                                                        17. Sunrise at the Pentagon by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, pp. 29-30
                                                        18. Mr. Busing Comes to Washington by Morrie Ryskind, p. 31
                                                        19. All Is Not Lost on Our College Campuses by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 32-34
                                                        20. Let's Not Forget the Purge Trial Hoax by Frederic Nelson, pp. 35-36
                                                        21. How Government Has Grown in 25 Years by Felix Morley, pp. 37-38
                                                        22. Greetings on Human Events' 25 Anniversary, pp. 39-44
                                                        23. Private Efforts Do Work by Allan Brownfeld, pp. 45-47
                                                        24. Some Irreverent Predictions by Terry Catchpole, p. 48
                                                        25. Conservative Books Over the Last Quarter Century by William Henry Chamberlin, pp. 49-54
                                                        26. Conservatives in the Academy by Dr. Philip M. Crane, pp. 55-57
                                                        27. On Internal Security, Liberals Play Ostrich by Ralph de Toledano, p. 58
                                                        28. Undaunted by HHH Defeat, COPE Plans for Future by Victor Riesel, p. 59
                                                        29. Columnists Featured in Human Events, pp. 60-64
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                                                        April 19, 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                        1. Behind the Soviets' 'Forward Strategy' by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-6
                                                        4. President Nixon Should Let Income Surtax Expire by Henry Hazlitt, p. 7
                                                        5. World-Famous Reporter Writers His Valedictory by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 7
                                                        6. Have We the Will to Win? by Phyllis Schlafly, p. 8
                                                        7. Fly Now Pay Later, p. 9
                                                        8. Does "Freedom of Information" Work? by Julius Epstein, p. 10
                                                        9. Deratication: Whose Duty? by Russell Kirk, p. 10
                                                        10. Help Wanted: Our Chief Justice by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                        11. Why We Have Troubles on Campus by Gov. Ronald Reagan, pp. 12-13
                                                        12. Wolff's Visit Got State Department O.K., But Why? by Willard Edwards, p. 14
                                                        13. The Costs of Union Monopoly, p. 14
                                                        14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        April 26, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. It's Time for States to Take On Supreme Court by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Otto Otepka Nears End of Six-Year Ordeal by Clark Mollenhoff, p. 6
                                                        5. Dialogue on a Legal Defense Fund by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                        6. SDS: Enemy of Bill of Rights by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                        7. N.Y. Taxpayers' Revolt by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                        8. Five Myths That Beset Us by Sen. Henry M. Jackson, pp. 8-9
                                                        9. Fundamental Issues Remain the Same by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                        10. Are Industry Profits Really Too High? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 10
                                                        11. Teddy Kennedy "Ready for '72," Labor Leaders Report by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                        12. Congress to Colleges: "Stop Aid to Rioters Or Else...", p. 12
                                                        13. McGovern Knows Where to Look, p. 12
                                                        14. S. 8 Would Compel Farm Workers to Join a Union by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 13-14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        May 3, 1969 Issue = 11 Articles
                                                        1. SDS to Shift Activities to Industry Front by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. New Constitutional Convention? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                        5. From This Acorn, p. 6
                                                        6. Surrender Syndrome Grips News Media by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 7
                                                        7. Post-Graduate Guerrilla Politics by Bill Edwards, p. 8
                                                        8. Subsidized Press by Shirley Scheibla, p. 9
                                                        9. Sorry Smothers Brothers But You Won't Be Missed, pp. 10-11
                                                        10. The Battle for Round Valley by Bill Sloane, pp. 12-14
                                                        11. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        May 10, 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                        1. Job Corps Mourners Ignore Facts, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. First-Hand View of the Great Grape Strike Hoax by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                        5. TVA and Its Expensive Compulsions by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                        6. Liberal Hits Ford Foundation by Victor Lasky, p. 7
                                                        7. Violence and Responsibility in the Academy by Sidney Hook, pp. 8-10
                                                        8. Seed Corn for Black Power by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                        9. Teddy Reverses Missile Gap, p. 11
                                                        10. The Hatchet Men of the Media by Anthony T. Bouscaren, p. 12
                                                        11. McDonald's Inside Story of $23.5 Million by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                        12. The Real Enemies of Black Studies by Raymond Moley, p. 14
                                                        13. Virtue Triumphs! by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                        14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        May 17, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. The Scare Campaign on Chemical Warfare by Jerry Greene, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-6
                                                        4. Academic Pollution, p. 7
                                                        5. 31 Top Experts Endorse "Safeguard" System, p. 8
                                                        6. Admiral Rickover Explains Why We Need the ABM, p. 9
                                                        7. The Costly Myth of Soviet Thaw by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 10
                                                        8. Labor Launches Drive for $2 Minimum Wage by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                        9. The U.N. Adopts Lenin by Eugene Lyons, p. 12
                                                        10. State Department Passes Buck on Passport Reform by Willard Edwards, p. 12
                                                        11. Investment Credit Repeal Dangerously Short-Sighted by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                        12. "How Can a Man Protest Something He Knows Nothing Of?", p. 14
                                                        13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      8. [+]
                                                        May 24, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. Radicals Plan Summer Take-Over of D.C. Buildings by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Labor Chiefs Ready for SDS Invasion by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                        5. Soviets Planning Nuclear First Strik? by Phyllis Schlafly and Adm. Chester Ward, pp. 7-10
                                                        6. Speaking of Backlash by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                        7. Will Look Into Douglas' Affairs Come Next? by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                        8. Hebert Says Douglas Should Disqualify Self on Draft Case, p. 12
                                                        9. Nader Attacks Mine Union, p. 12
                                                        10. Pueblo Questions Remain by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                        11. Yesterday's Joke Could Become a Reality by Willard Edwards, p. 14
                                                        12. Will Congress Study Effects of Legislative Interference? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                        13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      9. [+]
                                                        May 31, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Empty Compromises on Federal Spending Cuts by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Computerized Questionnaires: Government's Newest Weapons, p. 6
                                                        5. Behind Ramparts Bankruptcy, p. 6
                                                        6. Navy Cooperates on Film Glamorizing Pearl Harbor Attack by Ted Lewis, p. 7
                                                        7. President Revealed Only Tip of Iceberg by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 8
                                                        8. Why Does War Baffle Intellectuals?, p. 8
                                                        9. Harvard's Tragedy: Too Arrogant...Then Too Cowardly by Al Capp, pp. 9-10
                                                        10. Predictions on ARA Loan Come True, p. 11
                                                        11. Puhan Appointment Shows the Need for New Otepka at State Department by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                        12. Did McNamara Give False Data to Congress on TFX?, p. 12
                                                        13. Who Speaks for Whom? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                        14. How Judges Make Law by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 14
                                                        15. Study of Current Events: Can It Be "Objective"? by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                        16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      10. [+]
                                                        June 7, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. Will Congress Call Constitutional Convention? by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. The Unity of Conservatism by M. Stanton Evans, p. 6
                                                        5. Nixonites and the Hickel Disease by Holmes Alexander, p. 7
                                                        6. Your Master's Voice by Shirley Scheibla, p. 8
                                                        7. The "Rebel" Church in Latin America by Paul Bethel, pp. 9-10
                                                        8. Supreme Court Challenged on Security Ruling, p. 11
                                                        9. Is "Age of Inflation" Coming to an End? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 11
                                                        10. Unions Use Compulsory Dues for Political Purposes by Reed Larson, p. 12
                                                        11. "Proletarian Revolutionary Party" Opens U.S. Headquarters by Victor Riesel, pp. 12-13
                                                        12. Today Even St. Paul's Patience Would Be Tried by Frederic Nelson, p. 14
                                                        13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      11. [+]
                                                        June 14, 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                        1. Left-Wing Group Pushes Radical Health Care by Williamson Good, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. S-12 and the Warren Court by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                        5. The Nixon Budget---Black or Red? by Raymond Moley, p. 6
                                                        6. The International Monetary Muddle by Harry Schultz, pp. 7-10
                                                        7. Africa Looming As Cold War Front by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                        8. Military Is Tightening Grip on Red China by Brig. Gen. Samuel B. Griffith II, p. 12
                                                        9. The Egg on Liberal Establishment Faces by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                        10. Reds Backed Separate Negro State by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                        11. James Forman's "Total Power" by Victor Riesel, p. 14
                                                        12. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      12. [+]
                                                        June 21, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. War Requires More Than Troop Withdrawal by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Communists Follow Familiar Strategy in Italy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                        5. Stop Foreign Aid Now by Henry Hazlitt, p. 6
                                                        6. McClellan Panel Plans Close Questioning of Allen by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                        7. "New Detroit" Group Defends Radical Judge by Henry P. Zuidema, p. 8
                                                        8. An Interview With Allen Drury by Susan Ludel, pp. 9-10
                                                        9. Blackmail in Church by Paul Harvey, p. 11
                                                        10. Why Investment Credit Is Needed by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                        11. Rep. Weicker Hits Navy on Pearl Harbor Film by Ted Lewis, p. 12
                                                        12. Raskin Challengers Radio-TV License Renewals, p. 12
                                                        13. Good Postal Service Still a Mirage by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                        14. If the Doves Could Only Hear Kosygin by Barry Goldwater, p. 14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      13. [+]
                                                        June 28, 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                        1. Nixon Foreign Aid Plan in Trouble, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Battle of the Books---and Ads by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                        5. FBI Has Startling Recordings of King's Conversations by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                        6. EDA's Recommended Readling List, p. 7
                                                        7. Reds Make Fiasco of Rockefeller Trip by Paul Bethel, p. 8
                                                        8. The Case Against Direct Popular Vote by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 9-10
                                                        9. Nixon's Economic Strategy by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                        10. Welfare Ruling Stirs Alarm by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                        11. A New Name for the Same Game: Blackmail by John C. Watson, p. 12
                                                        12. Projects Funded by the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, pp. 12-13
                                                        13. Why Wasn't CORE's Roy Innis Charged with Attempted Extortion? by Roy Colby, p. 14
                                                        14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                    3. [+]
                                                      Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1969 = 13 Issues, 180 Articles
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        July 5, 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                        1. Kennedy and McCarthy Aides Help Lindsay by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. "Resurrection City" Bills Still Have Not Been Paid, p. 6
                                                        5. A New Yorker At the Polls by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                        6. Moise Tsombe: Victim of the United Nations by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                        7. Investigating Foundation Power by Rene A. Wormser, p. 8
                                                        8. Foundations and the Taxpayers, pp. 8-9
                                                        9. Documentaries the American Public Will Never See on TV by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                        10. Full Text of "Black Manifesto" Introduction, p. 11
                                                        11. The Real Story of the "People's Park" Controversy by Gov. Ronald Reagan, pp. 12-14
                                                        12. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      2. [+]
                                                        July 12, 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                        1. Should Nixon Change Military Advisers? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Senate Economy Move a Fraud by Willard Edwards, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. Let't Not Overlook the "Political-Journalistic" Complex by Rep. Charles S. Gubser, p. 8
                                                        6. How to Guarantee an Honest Election by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                        7. Senators Gore and Fulbright Play Semantic Games on ABM by John Lofton, p. 10
                                                        8. Where Is Europe Going? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 11
                                                        9. The Freedom to Listen by Dr. Milton Friedman, p. 12
                                                        10. Westbrook Pegler: 1894-1969 by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                        11. Increasing Vocational Education Cheaper Than Prisons for Welfare by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                        12. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      3. [+]
                                                        July 19, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Will House Pass Strong Campus Unrest Bill?, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Red Negotiators Content to Set and Wait by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                        5. Do You Have a Soviet Watch?, p. 6
                                                        6. The Freedom to Be Foolish by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                        7. The Foolish Campaign Against the Pentagon by Dean Acheson, p. 8
                                                        8. Indiana Governor Blocks Tax Increase by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 9-10
                                                        9. Caesar and God by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                        10. Maryland's Reading List, p. 11
                                                        11. Jack Tried to Cut Spending, But JK Said, 'Try Harder' by Lucianne Goldberg, p. 12
                                                        12. Will Unions Be Included in the Tax Reform? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                        13. Burns Develops Plans to Prune Relief Rolls by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                        14. Dear-Sir-You-Cur Day Is Here Again by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      4. [+]
                                                        July 26, 1969 Issue = 11 Articles
                                                        1. Soviets Spurn Space Cooperation by Paul Scott, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Nixon's Rumanian Gamble with Fate by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                        5. Dellinger: Our Man in Paris by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                        6. The Alchemists in Our Public Schools by Roger A. Freeman, pp. 7-10
                                                        7. Blount Forgets Mailman's Right to Work by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                        8. YR Convention Passes Conservative Resolutions, p. 12
                                                        9. Comply or Else, p. 13
                                                        10. Television's Pseudoevents by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                        11. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      5. [+]
                                                        August 2, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Hanoi Sets Viet Nam Election Trap by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Warships Show Strengthening of Cuban-Soviet Bond by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                        5. Mideast Countdown Has Begun by Victor Lasky, p. 6
                                                        6. Who Killed Mboya? by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                        7. A Liberal Catechism by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 7-8
                                                        8. Virginia Democrats Turn Liberal in Primary by Ken Thompson, p. 9
                                                        9. Rep. Watson's Bill Would Abolish the NLRB by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                        10. Timing: A Peril in Publishing---and Politics by Frederic Nelson, p. 11
                                                        11. A Point-by-Point Answer to Minority ABM Report by Phyllis Schlafly, p. 12
                                                        12. "To Be Defended Without Fighting" by Holmes Alexander, p. 12
                                                        13. Why Should We Continue Foreign Aid? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                        14. Job Training Loses Battle with High Unemployment Pay by Paul Harvey, p. 13
                                                        15. Black Panthers Launch Fight for "Community Control" of Police by Victor Riesel, p. 14
                                                        16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      6. [+]
                                                        August 9, 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                        1. Major Changes in War on Poverty Predicted, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Dirksen Keeps Pushing His Anti-Court Crusade by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                        5. Conversations With Two Italians by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 7-8
                                                        6. Why Nixon Should Abandon Kissinger's Plan by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 9
                                                        7. Hardin Has Plans for Major Farm Policy Shift by Paul Scott, p. 10
                                                        8. Freedom vs. License by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                        9. The Bonds of Bill McKinley by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                        10. Hawaii's "Noble Experiment", p. 11
                                                        11. British Doctors Warn U.S. About Nationalized Medicine by Dick West, p. 12
                                                        12. Protests Barred at Courts, But Not on Capitol Steps by Willard Edwards, pp. 12-13
                                                        13. Will Government Act If Robert Williams Returns? by Ross Hermann, p. 14
                                                        14. Jensen's Controversial Article Brought Threats and Hate Mail by Marcia Hayes, pp. 14-16
                                                      7. [+]
                                                        August 16, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Push Continues for Direct Presidential Vote by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. What Can Be Done About CBS-NBC News Bias? by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                        5. Nixon's "Do-It-Yourself" Policy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                        6. Still No Action on OEO's Future, p. 7
                                                        7. [+]
                                                          Interview with Kevin Phillips Author, pp. 8-9 - 1 Review
                                                          1. The Emerging Republican Majority by Kevin P. Phillips
                                                        8. Will Student Majority Stand Firm Against Violent Few? by Gov. Ronald Reagan, p. 10
                                                        9. Mitchell on Miranda Spells Difficulties fo rCourt, p. 10
                                                        10. Chances Slim for Cooling Off in Middle East by Richard J. Bocklet, p. 11
                                                        11. Soviets Storing Military Supplies on Czech Border by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                        12. A Study in TV Dyslogia by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                        13. How to Get Ho Chi Minh to Release the POWs by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                        14. Agitators Agitate No More at the University of Panama by Duncan Campbell, p. 14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      8. [+]
                                                        August 23, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Can Nixon's Welfare Plan Work?, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. More Trouble Ahead for Appalachia? by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                        5. Gus Hall Strongly Attacks Nixon's Rumanian Reception by Victor Lasky, p. 7
                                                        6. Responsibility on the Campus by Dr. John A. Howard, p. 7
                                                        7. Black and White Reds Fail in Coalition Effort by Robert Bailey, pp. 8-9
                                                        8. Unprecedented School Crisis, p. 10
                                                        9. Grim Visit to East Berlin by William Fulton, p. 10
                                                        10. Principle and Postal Service: Where Blount Bill Falls Down by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                        11. "Giveaway" Ambassador for Panama Attacked, p. 11
                                                        12. When the "Losers" Are in Control by Reed J. Irvine, p. 12
                                                        13. The Sakharov Paper Is a Soviet Plant by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 13
                                                        14. SDRs: Another Wishful Move in Money Game by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                        15. Why Teen-Agers Don't Find Jobs by Russell Kirk, pp. 14-16
                                                      9. [+]
                                                        August 30, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. Soviets Deploying Missile Sub Fleet Around U.S. by Henry J. Taylor, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. What's Become of "Arsenal of Democracy" Idea? by Barry Goldwater, p. 6
                                                        5. Why Biafrans Still Have Hopes by Richard Bocklet, p. 7
                                                        6. Shortsighted Tax "Reform" Bill by Henry Hazlitt, p. 8
                                                        7. Goldwater vs. Ginsburg: The "Fact" Magazine Case by James Bopp, p. 9
                                                        8. The Heavy Hand of the FDA by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                        9. Green Berets' Treatment Angers Veteran Officers by Col. R.D. Heinl Jr., p. 10
                                                        10. Are Federal Grants Funding Black Racism?, p. 11
                                                        11. Okinawa Problem Tests Nixon Diplomacy by Thomas A. Lane, p. 12
                                                        12. How Immigration Laws Hurt Business by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                        13. Those Russian Labor Camps, pp. 13-16
                                                      10. [+]
                                                        September 6, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Should Labor Unions Be Taxed? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Galbraith's Poppycock, p. 6
                                                        5. Viet Nam Casualties Increase by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                        6. Court Ruling Blocks Revocation of Carmichael's Citizenship, p. 7
                                                        7. One-Sided Capital Gains Tax by Henry Hazlitt, p. 8
                                                        8. Summer Journalism Interns Return to College, p. 9
                                                        9. Put Not Thy Trust in Treaties by Russell Kirk, p. 10
                                                        10. Radical Gun Control Plan Seen Snagged by Aldo Beckman, p. 10
                                                        11. The Law Benders by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 11
                                                        12. Should U.S. Cities Switch to Land Tax? by Walter J. Conlon Jr., p. 12
                                                        13. Lest We Forget by Sen. George Murphy, p. 13
                                                        14. Radical Demonstrations Hurt Marine ReCruiting by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                        15. Round-Up Time for Educational Jargon by Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                        16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      11. [+]
                                                        September 13, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Why Negroes Demonstrated in Pittsburgh by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. The Education Lobby, p. 6
                                                        5. Crises Abound, But U.N. Takes Aim on South Africa by Russell Kirk, p. 6
                                                        6. Will Colleges Hold Firm This Fall? by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                        7. Liberals Call for U.S. Pull-Back in Latin America by Paul Bethel, p. 8
                                                        8. The Three Don'ts by Maurice H. Stans, p. 9
                                                        9. The Untouchables by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                        10. Kissinger Said to Want Softer Stand on Cuba by Paul Scott, p. 11
                                                        11. From Norway to Sicily, Europeans Try to Forget Politics by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                        12. Four-Point Agenda for a Free Labor Union Movement by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                        13. Murphy Makes Mark in Senate by Victor Lasky, p. 13
                                                        14. The Economics of Milton Friedman by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                        15. Why No Peaceful Protests at Soviet Embassy? by Gene Snyder, pp. 15-16
                                                      12. [+]
                                                        September 20, 1969 Issue = 10 Articles
                                                        1. Reuther Brothers Deep in Foreign Intrigue by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Weakness Over Okinawa "Means Disaster", p. 6
                                                        5. The Case for the SACB by Francis J. McNamara, pp. 7-11
                                                        6. The NSA Convention: Reason Takes a Holiday, p. 12
                                                        7. Meet the Trusting "Dr. Patsy" by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                        8. When Will Bear Market End? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                        9. More Trouble for Harvard? by Laurence T. May Jr., p. 14
                                                        10. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      13. [+]
                                                        September 27, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Why Not Abandon Compulsory Congregation? by Russell Kirk, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Kuznetsov's Revelations Worry U.S Intelligence Agents by Paul Scott, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. Poison Gas Shipments O.K.---Unless They're for the Military by Col. R.D. Heinl Jr., p. 8
                                                        6. Whither Bernadette Devlin? by Rev. Daniel Lyons, S.J., p. 8
                                                        7. Nixon's Biggest Problem: Inflation by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 9
                                                        8. Congress Should Establish a Labor Court by Barry Lawrence, p. 9
                                                        9. Nixon Expected to Make Draft Changes by Jerry Greene, p. 10
                                                        10. Two Reasons for New Hope for Colleges by Victor Lasky, p. 10
                                                        11. Anti-Americanism in the Philippines by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        12. Algeria's Tricky Balancing Game by Richard Bocklet, p. 12
                                                        13. Governors Shirk Their Responsibilities by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 12
                                                        14. Red China Has Second H-Bomb Plant by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                        15. "A Total Break With America" by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                        16. New Anti-Military Schemes by Sen. Barry Goldwater, pp. 14-16
                                                    4. [+]
                                                      Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1969 = 13 Issues, 205 Articles
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        October 4, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Nixon Makes Serious Error on SST by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Don't Rush Viet Nam Withdrawal by Victor Lasky, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. Why Penalize Capital Investment? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 8
                                                        6. Crime in the District Now Tests Nixon by Thomas A. Lane, p. 8
                                                        7. National Council of Churches Forced to Trim Spending by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 9
                                                        8. SDS and Castro's Sugar, p. 9
                                                        9. How Courts Hurt the Military by Col. R.D. Heinl Jr., p. 10
                                                        10. What Castro Told Soviets by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                        11. Putting the Post Office on Its Feet by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        12. Watching the Left in Britain by Frederic Nelson, p. 12
                                                        13. Elbrick Kidnaping Has Unexplained Aspects by Willard Edwards, p. 13
                                                        14. Nixon Appoints an Inspector-General by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                        15. Presidential Election: Reform Needed Not Revolution, p. 14
                                                        16. The Philanthrophy by Law by Alice Widener, pp. 14-16
                                                      2. [+]
                                                        October 11, 1969 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                        1. Turning Point in Viet Nam by Sen. Strom Thurmond, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Drive is Launched to Unionize the Military by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                        5. Don't Better Teachers Deserve Better Rewards? by Russell Kirk, pp. 6-7
                                                        6. Radical Uses Planned for Model Cities Funds by Paul Scott, p. 8
                                                        7. Is This the Republic's Finest Hour? by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 8-9
                                                        8. After the Stalemate, What? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                        9. Our Dikes Crumble in Europe, pp. 10-11
                                                        10. John Ashbrook of Ohio by George F. Hobart, pp. 12-15
                                                        11. "Black" Federal Budget Figures Are really Red by Willard Edwards, p. 16
                                                        12. U.N. Finances Are "Precarious", p. 16
                                                        13. Soviets Accelerate Military Buildup by Sen. Barry Goldwater, p. 17
                                                        14. First-Hand Experience Refutes Chavez Charges, p. 18
                                                        15. Damaging Job "Help", p. 18
                                                        16. Nixon on Social Security, p. 18
                                                        17. Who Is the Real Robert Williams? by James J. Kilpatrick, pp. 19-20
                                                        18. Court Test Coming for "Philadelphia Plan"?, p. 21
                                                        19. The Superheated Plans of Mark Rudd by John Chamberlain, p. 22
                                                        20. Television: A Warped Mirror by Paul Harvey, p. 22
                                                        21. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 23-24
                                                      3. [+]
                                                        October 18, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. How Nixon Can Split Anti-War Movement by John Chamberlain, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. U.S. Loses Yet Another Mideast Foothold by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                        5. Nixon Faces Red Trade Hassle by Paul Scott, p. 6
                                                        6. Bureaucracy's Failings Know No Bounds by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                        7. The "Silent Majority" Comes Into Focus by Edith Efron, p. 8
                                                        8. Soviets Use ILO to Attack Greek Government by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                        9. Has the SDS Gone Berserk? by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 10
                                                        10. White House Nips Move to Lift Travel Ban by Willard Edwards, p. 11
                                                        11. Double Standard in Libel by Alice Widener, p. 11
                                                        12. First Annual Conservative Awards Dinner, p. 12
                                                        13. More Comments on Church and State by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                        14. Inconsistencies Abound in U.S. Ban on Rhodesian Trade by Rep. Thomas M. Pelly, p. 14
                                                        15. AID Funds Private Group Pushing AID Programs by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 14-16
                                                      4. [+]
                                                        October 25, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. Behind the Post Office Reform Defeat by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Aim of Anti-War Protesters: Quick Defeat of U.S. Forces, p. 6
                                                        5. Will U.S. Finance Mideast War Damage? by Paul Scott, p. 7
                                                        6. The Ordeal of Anthony Grey, p. 7
                                                        7. Radical Think-Tank by Shirley Scheibla, pp. 8-9
                                                        8. How Big Labor Plans to Unionize the Banks by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                        9. Karl Marx: Theorist or Activist? by Russell Kirk, p. 10
                                                        10. Gambling With U.S. Defenses by Holmes Alexander, p. 11
                                                        11. Does Nixon Believe the "Great Western Myth"? by Edgar A. Mowrer, p. 12
                                                        12. The Grape Boycott Comes to Michigan by Henry P. Zuidema, pp. 13-14
                                                        13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        November 1, 1969 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                        1. Teddy Kennedy's Changing Judicial Views by Walter Trohan, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Poverty and Foreign Aid Bills Facing Trouble in House, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. Answers to All Major Anti-Haynesworth Charges, pp. 8-9
                                                        6. History As It Might Have Been by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                        7. The Joe McCarthy Hang-Up by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 10
                                                        8. Behind the SIU's Mammoth Political Contributions by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        9. How About Some "White Studies" Programs by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                        10. Non-Protesters Active on Moratorium Day, p. 12
                                                        11. "True Grit" As True Culture by Harvey Hukari, p. 13
                                                        12. GOP Opens "Action Centers" in Big Cities by Victor Riesel, p. 14
                                                        13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      6. [+]
                                                        November 8, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. Angela Davis Case: Some Interesting Questions by Morrie Ryskind, p. 1
                                                        2. Why Was She Hired?, p. 1
                                                        3. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        4. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        5. Scherle Seeks Open Hearings on OEO Funding, p. 6
                                                        6. There Is No "Generation Gap" by M. Stanton Evans, p. 7
                                                        7. Patriotic Celebrations Urged for Veterans Day, p. 8
                                                        8. Vice President Agnew Obviously Hit His Target, p. 9
                                                        9. Attacks on Thieu Regime Grow More Shrill---and More Wild by Philip Wagner, p. 10
                                                        10. Are the Good Guys Finally Waking Up? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 11
                                                        11. Why Is Fulbright Holding Up Strausz-Hupe Appointment? by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                        12. Anti-Business Siren Song Gains Converts by Dick West, p. 12
                                                        13. Sweden Retreats on Viet Cong Loan in Face of Boycott Threat by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                        14. Strong Warnings About That Soviet Space Platform by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                        15. Too Lazy to Work, p. 14
                                                        16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
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                                                        November 15, 1969 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                        1. A Time to Bear Witness by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Communist Party Reorganizes to Infiltrate Industry by Victor Riesel, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. The Tale of Two---and More---Buddhas by Elgin Groseclose, p. 8
                                                        6. "No Investigation" Test Doubles Welfare Cost, pp. 8-9
                                                        7. The Strange Case of the Intercepted Telegram by Willard Edwards, p. 10
                                                        8. Reforming Social Security by Russell Kirk, p. 10
                                                        9. Book Burning---Liberal Style, p. 10
                                                        10. How to Combat Campus Radicals by Harvey H. Hukari Jr., pp. 11-12
                                                        11. The Battle for the Media by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 13-15
                                                        12. The State's Sphere Is Not the Church's by Albert J. Lindsey, p. 16
                                                        13. Church Funds for Separatism, p. 17
                                                        14. Why Not Due Process for U.S. Business? by John Chamberlain, p. 18
                                                        15. No Offense Intended by Morrie Ryskind, p. 18
                                                        16. Nixon's "Consumerism" Plan Still Has Flaws, p. 18
                                                        17. Reply to a Viet Nam Critic by Alice Widener, p. 19
                                                        18. Okinawa Pact Could Puncture Pacific Defense; Sterling Tucker Hits Black Leaders on Crime, p. 20
                                                        19. What Arab Terrorist Fear by Ralph de Toledano, p. 21
                                                        20. New Panama Treaty Talks? by Sen. Strom Thurmond, p. 22
                                                        21. You Probably Deal With Mafia by Paul Harvey, p. 22
                                                        22. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 23-24
                                                      8. [+]
                                                        November 22, 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
                                                        1. Public Should Demand TV Fairness by Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. The Right to Talk Back by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                        5. Nixon Reaffirms Right to Work, pp. 6-7
                                                        6. "Silent Majority" Speaks Out On Veterans Day, p. 8
                                                        7. Perkins' District Does Well from OEO; Foreign Aid Still Faces Tough Sledding, pp. 9-10
                                                        8. Bail Reform: Who's Right? by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                        9. New TV Arithmetic by Alice Widener, pp. 11-12
                                                        10. Report Urges Finch to Become Spokesman for Radical Changes by Paul Scott, p. 13
                                                        11. Words of Caution: "Watch Willy Brandt" by Edgar A. Mowrer, p. 14
                                                        12. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      9. [+]
                                                        November 29, 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                        1. Why Have Soviets Agreed to Arms Talks? by Sen. Barry Goldwater, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washigton, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Turning the Constitution on Its Head by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                        5. How You Can Help American POWs, p. 7
                                                        6. Sweetness and Light?, p. 8
                                                        7. Sen. Percy Caught Not Reading Mail by Willard Edwards, p. 8
                                                        8. Liberal Smears Defeat a Good Conservative by Arnold Steinberg, p. 9
                                                        9. Nuclear Threat from China in '75, p. 10
                                                        10. Questioning Gallup's Questions by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        11. Why Is Cornell Hiring Boorstein? by Paul Bethel, p. 12
                                                        12. High Cost of Campus Violence, p. 12
                                                        13. Agnew's Call for Balance, pp. 13-14
                                                        14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      10. [+]
                                                        December 6, 1969 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                        1. How Labor Defeated Haynsworth by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. You Think It's Easy to Get a Postage Meter Slogan? by John R. Thistlethwaite, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. Agnew Has Stop on '72 Ticket Nailed Down by Ted Lewis, p. 8
                                                        6. President Went Too Far in Attacks on Press by Victor Lasky, p. 8
                                                        7. Agnew and SDX by Dan Beebe, p. 8
                                                        8. Use of Government Files Will Net LBJ Tiday Sum by Willard Edwards, p. 9
                                                        9. The Okinawa Accord Could Be Worse, p. 9
                                                        10. Should the Draft End All College Deferments? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 10
                                                        11. Fierce Leadership Struggle Behind General Electric Strike by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        12. Union Monopoly in a School by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                        13. Peace: The Hollywood Front by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                        14. It's the Little Things That Really Irritate by Max Rafferty, p. 12
                                                        15. Teddy and the Draft, p. 12
                                                        16. FBI Still Looking Into Oswald Mysteries by Paul Scott, p. 13
                                                        17. How to Prevent Minority Rule by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                        18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      11. [+]
                                                        December 13, 1969 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                        1. Why Nixon Should Worry About Wallace by Ted Lewis, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Massacre Locale Was Viet Cong Stronghold by Col. R.D. Heinl Jr., p. 6
                                                        5. Maj. Rowe Slighted by Press by John D. Lofton Jr., p. 6
                                                        6. Longshoremen Would End Boycott If Hanoi Begin Releasing POWs by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                        7. Nixon's State Department, p. 7
                                                        8. Will Frustrated Radicals Turn to Sabotage? by Robert Bailey, pp. 8-10
                                                        9. GE and Grapes: The Boycott Is a Boomerang by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                        10. "Vietnamization" Causes Growing Problems; Mysterious Build-Up of North Korea's Kim by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                        11. For Once, a Predication Came True by Frederic Nelson, p. 12
                                                        12. Senate Trouble Ahead Over Okinawa?, p. 13
                                                        13. Let's Kee U.S. Flag on Moon by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                        14. The Reign of Terror by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                        15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      12. [+]
                                                        December 20, 1969 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                        1. New Left Calls for 'Siege' of U.S. Industry by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-6
                                                        4. How Member of Congress May Go on Court, p. 7
                                                        5. Rent Control Blight, p. 8
                                                        6. Liberals Upset by Rocky's Latin American Report by Paul Bethel, p. 9
                                                        7. ACLU to the Rescue by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                        8. Tides of Crime Roll On by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                        9. Stans Stacks Census Panel by Rep. Jackson Betts, p. 12
                                                        10. Back from Camelot to Canaveral by Russell Kirk, p. 12
                                                        11. Nixon Gambles With CBW Ban, p. 12
                                                        12. Vice President Agnew's "Ten Commandments" by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                        13. Where Was Proxmire on Otepka?, p. 13
                                                        14. Secret Testimony Shows Soviets Outstripping Us At Sea by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                        15. Votor Furor Grows Over Mail-to-Congress Issue by Willard Edwards, p. 14
                                                        16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                      13. [+]
                                                        December 27, 1969 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                        1. House Bars Changes in Poverty Agency, p. 1
                                                        2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                        3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                        4. Will Senate Parole the South? by James J. Kilpatrick, pp. 6-7
                                                        5. The Great Post Office Scandal by Norman LaRochelle, p. 8
                                                        6. Senate Spawns Irresponsible Tax Bill by Henry Hazlitt, p. 9
                                                        7. How U.S. Depends on Soviet Imports by Willard Edwards, p. 9
                                                        8. A Decade of Politics, p. 10
                                                        9. The Effects of GE Boycott by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                        10. Arab Guerillas Emerging As Political Force by Paul Scott, p. 12
                                                        11. TV Special on China: An Example of Slanting, p. 12
                                                        12. Resor's Curious Stand on My Lai Probe by Paul Scott, p. 13
                                                        13. The Silent Majority by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                        14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16