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Composition of four leading companies based on value of shipments
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Wiretapping and eavesdropping legislation 1961Continued Page
56
Summary 71
Problems raised by the Soviet oil offen
Russian aims and production and the Western response
1
Oil offensive in Europe
10
Index
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Education for survival in the struggle
More AntiCommunist Education in JuniorSenior High Schools
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MORE ANTICOMMUNIST EDUCATION IN JUNIORSENIOR
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CollegeUniversity Year Course on Ŭ S S R and World Communism
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inars by Professor Bouscaren 18
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Developing an Adequate Training Program for Present and Future
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William Ebenstein professor of politics Princeton University 40
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1950s made provision for this second means in its optional 2year
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Teaching About Communism in the Schools by Carl F Hansen
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The Case Method for the Study of Communist Propaganda
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The Uses of Hostility
81
Reaching Through to Young Minds by Harry and Bonaro Overstreet
88
Some Problems Involved in Teaching About Communism in the Schools
94
The Danger of Superficial Textbooks by E Merrill Root
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Cold War in the Classroom by Robert StrauszHupe and William R Kintner
118
Available resources material
124
Concentration ratios in manufacturing
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Introduction 1
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for by largest companies in 1954 and 1947 8
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2A Percent of value of shipments accounted for by the largest companies
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to June 30 1961
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4A Percent of value of shipments of selected product classes primary
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5A Selected statistics for manufacturing establishments classified
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Number of industries and value of shipments by size of 1958 value
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