Newspaper articles concerning Laird M. Wilcox, with What's Up on the Far Left, a newspaper column written by Laird M. Wilcox. Kansas City, Mo. 1963-1972, March 1971-November 1972, 1973

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Newspaper articles concerning Laird M. Wilcox, with What's Up on the Far Left, a newspaper column written by Laird M. Wilcox. Kansas City, Mo., 1963-1972, March 1971-November 1972, 1973

Newspaper articles concerning Laird M. Wilcox, with What's Up on the Far Left, a newspaper column written by Laird M. Wilcox. Kansas City, Mo. 1963-1972, March 1971-November 1972, 1973

98 leaves. 23cm.; Bound with a letter dated October, 1973, "To Whom It May Concern", signed by Laird M. Wilcox.

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