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An inquiry into the power and responsibility of the Atomic Energy Commission
His title seems to be Special Assistant to the President, or maybe Consultant. But don’t be impressed. . . . Everybody in the place, and it is a big place, seemed to be a Special Assistant to the President except the towel man. —Milton Mayer in The Progressive
On the reservation surrounding the Custer Battlefield National Monument lives Roger Stops, soldier, truck driver, entrepreneur, and, like most contemplative men. a troublemaker.
Listen to what may be bringing the generations together again: jazz