November 1960
New Republic;11/28/60, Vol. 143 Issue 23, p3
The article presents U.S. news briefs as of November 28, 1960. The U.S. has given military support to the governments of Guatemala and Nicaragua so they could put down uprisings. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against segregated government in Tuskegee, Alabama. U.S. President elect John F. Kennedy has yet to announce who will serve in his administration.


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