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    • November 10, 1945 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • Diplomatic Dynamite, p. 11
      Spruille Braden's unpopularity with Fascist elements in Argentina proved to be an asset
    • The Golden Octopus, pp. 12-13
      Germany's chemical trust no longer controls the fates of nations
    • Snip and Tuck School, p. 14
      A schoolteacher makes the garment trade education-conscious
    • Come a Little Closer, p. 15
      The lieutenant was too blunt---even in his lovemaking
    • Should Greenland Be American?, pp. 16-17
      The vast arctic island is a link in our chain of air defenses
    • Give Us Tomorrow, pp. 18-19
      The Serial Story, third of four parts
    • The French Fight to Live, pp. 20-21
      Fini la guerre! But Paris still carries on against cold and hunger
    • At Home in the Jungle, pp. 22-23
      Camera studies of insects, birds, frogs and other wild creatures
    • Black Eve, pp. 24-25
      The killing of the hawk revived an ancient Negro superstition
    • Double Date, pp. 26-39
      The Short Short Story
    • Two for Five, pp. 40-47
      A girl named Anne helped Bob see with senses other than his eyes
    • Of Mites and Men, pp. 48-63
      A Rockefeller Institute doctor's fine work for the Navy in combating tropical diseases
    • Your Life Tomorrow, pp. 64-69
    • Sucker for a Trade, pp. 70-73
      Old Rafe Merkel was no credit to Doubletree, but his fellow townsmen hated to see his f...
    • Charter vs. Covenant, pp. 74-84
      The San Francisco blueprint for world peace is compared with that of Versailles
    • Lady With a Present, pp. 85-88
      The ageless Laurette Taylor---whom Dad remembers as Peg O' My Heart
    • The Week's Work, p. 89
    • Editorials, pp. 90-92
      We Won't Let Europe Starve; Count 10 (Days) Before You Strike; Oh-Oh---Auto Accidents Up
    • Cover