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[[black & white photograph of Kenneth Gibson. The skyline of Newark New York is behind him]]

[[caption]]Kenneth Gibson has spent 30 of his 38 years in Newark and now, as mayor, faces the impossible task of pulling the city out of its racial and economic tangle. The third black to become mayor of a major city, he has recruited a multiracial staff to help him assemble a permanent administration.[[/caption]] 

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