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Cheaper than Wholesale

Should schools, colleges, hospitals and other recipients of federal grants be allowed to purchase or use needed equipment from the…

Opening Jaycee Doors to Women

Young Men Can Change the World” is the motto of the new Junior -Chamber of Commerce. With 6,366 affiliated local…

Legal Door Opens Wider

Washington—The latest right-to-lawyer, decision by the Supreme Court last week should remind Amer-loans that having legal rights is not sufficient…

Free Lawyers

The latest right-to-lawyer decision by the Supreme Court last week should remind Americans that having legal rights is not sufficient…

Cheap Insurance

The Pennsylvania insurance commissioner, Herbert S. Denenberg, is shaking up the insurance industry with his recently published Shopper’s Guides to…

A Campaign for Pollution

Alongside Geroge McGovern and Hubert Humphrey on the June 6th California Primary ballot is Proposition 9, an anti-pollution measure that…

Your Really Shouldn’t Be Drinking That Water

The quality of our drinking water is finally an urgent consumer issue. And not a day too soon. Why the…

Falling-Apart Houses

Shoddy housing construction is a national plague. Homeowner complaints are inundating local, state and federal housing officials. Cheated homeowners in…

Death in the Mines

With more casualties to be counted, the Sunshine Silver Mine disaster at Kellogg, Idaho is already the country’s second worst…

Seeing How the Other Half Lives

That inveterate opponent of consumer rights, the US Chamber of Commerce, is now trying to disown the role its staff…