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Alderman Jim Pendergast
(University of Kansas City, 1962)
James Pendergast came to Kansas City in 1876 from St. Joseph, Missouri. After working for several years as a laborer, Pendergast entered the saloonkeeping business in the West Bottoms, the heart of Kansas City's ...
The emerging Negro in advertising
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1966)
This thesis studies the existence and use of African Americans in advertisements in the United States by examining the origin, growth, purpose, problems, and future of racial integration in advertising.
Supervision in the extension service in Helmand Arghandab Valley Authority, Afganistan
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1969)
Supervision is a process by which subordinates are assisted to perform their activities with increasing satisfaction to themselves, to people with whom they work and to the organization. The principal aim of Extension ...
A survey of network television's coverage of the war in Vietnam
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1967)
The war in Vietnam has become the overriding fact in the national life of the United States. As such it is probably the most complex and difficult war to present and interpret that the American
P-V-T properties of methyl chloride at high temperatures and pressures
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1965)
"The equation of state of a gas describes the relation between the three variables pressure, volume, and temperature. Many equations have been proposed which accurately describe the p-v-T relations of real gases (3,4,5,8,18,20, ...