The Human Comedy

June 1979
New Republic;6/30/79, Vol. 180 Issue 26, p8
Presents news items or quotations about human comedy. "Wall Street Journal" article on inflation; Quotation from a dispatch from Great Britain by Joseph Sisco in the June 20, 1979 "New York Times"; Press release from "Dental Lab World," "The Voice of Dental Technology," about the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission.


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