May 1961
New Republic;5/29/61, Vol. 144 Issue 22, p3
The article presents news briefs and commentary on international and domestic U.S. politics as of the week of May 29, 1961. Social conditions in Alabama are discussed as civil right protests and actions grow in number and frequency. The political and economic conditions of South Korea are discussed. The situations concerning the political transition of Kenya to independence are described.


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