October 1972
New Republic;10/21/72, Vol. 167 Issue 15, p9
This article presents news including outcries over racial discrimination in quotas of hiring employees for business enterprises, which are being fought by the American Jewish Committee, and U.S. Senator George McGovern's plan for peace during his run to beat President Richard Nixon in the presidential election.


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