December 1961
New Republic;12/18/61, Vol. 145 Issue 25, p3
This article presents news including the case filed in the Federal District Court in Detroit, Michigan, by the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice against the Ford Motor Company's acquisition of the Electric Auto-Lite Company, the Reverend James A. McInerney of De Paul University in Chicago, Illinois, who discussed his beliefs regarding the privacy policy of fraternities in universities and colleges at the U.S. National Interfraternity Congress in Boston, Massachusetts, and doubt regarding the Laotian settlement as agreed upon by U.S. and Soviet delegates.


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