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U.S. Report to United Nations Reviews Progress of Human Rights During Past Year

The United States, in a report to the United Nations on on human rights progress in this country, yesterday reported various meves against racial discrimination as a step to realization of the American ideal that each individual has a right to “succeed to the best of his ability.” The U.S. report, which will be included in the U.N. Human Rights Yearbook, cited a number of Federal directives during the past year, including appointment of fair employment officers for government departments, banning of loan guarantees for “restricted” housing projects and national park regulations against discrimination.