April 1962
New Republic;4/23/62, Vol. 146 Issue 17, p3
This article presents news including the recommencement of the testing of Nuclear Weapons by the United States government over the Pacific Ocean on April 25, 1962, the "Chicago School," in Chicago, Illinois, which was responsible for television programs including "Garroway at Large," "Kukla-Politicians," "Stud's Place," and "Hawkins Falls," and the justification of the Webster's Dictionary as written by the edtiro Philip G. Gove.


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