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                                                January 2, 1965 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                1. NLRB Strikes Down 'Boulwarism' by Donald I. Rogers, p. 1
                                                2. The Flaws in King-Anderson, p. 2
                                                3. Don't Surrender to the Mob, p. 2
                                                4. New Drive to Revitalize U.S. Communist Party, p. 3
                                                5. Senator Whine Speaks Out, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Supreme Court Decisions Go Far Toward Destroying U.S. Federalism by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                7. In Defense of Service Jobs, p. 6
                                                8. Something for Nothing: South America's Great Delusion by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 7
                                                9. Scandal Ridden 'Mobilization for Youth', pp. 8-9
                                                10. As a Businessman, Washington Is a Failure by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                11. The Fallacy of the 'School-Centered' Community by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                12. [+]
                                                  Review The U.S. Economy, by John Davenport by Rosalie Gordon, p. 11 - 1 Review
                                                  1. The U.S. Economy by John Davenport
                                                13. Where Is Social Security Money?, p. 11
                                                14. Red China Steps Up Drug Draffit by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 12
                                                15. Brainwashing by New York Newspapers by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                16. Thawing the Old Scrooge Blood by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                17. Rocky Hasn't Given Up by Fulton Lewis, Jr., p. 14
                                                18. American Farm Bureau Backs Reapportionment Amendment, p. 14
                                                19. Skepticism Needed When Evaluating Claims of LBJ's 'Great Society' by Holmes Alexander, p. 15
                                                20. USDA's Advice for Newlyweds, p. 15
                                                21. How to Sell Power 'Cheap', p. 15
                                                22. African Propaganda Shakes U.S. Resolve In Congo by John Chamberlain, p. 16
                                              2. [+]
                                                January 9, 1965 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                1. Committments LBJ Has Given Top Labor Lreaders by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. College for Everybody by Alice Widener, p. 2
                                                3. Bias in NLRB Cases, p. 2
                                                4. Destroying the States with Aid by Donald I. Rogers, p. 2
                                                5. Russia Preparing to Equpi Congolese Rebels with Powerful Combat Air Force, p. 3
                                                6. Jomo Kenyatta's One-Party State by Ken Thompson, p. 3
                                                7. U.N. Report Helps Promote Socialism, pp. 3-5
                                                8. Viet Nam Begins to Look Like Cuba by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                9. GAP Exposes More Federal Waste, p. 6
                                                10. Sukarno's Record Shows he Can't Be Trusted by Henry J. Taylor, p. 7
                                                11. A Student Report on the Berkeley 'Free Speech' Controversy, p. 8
                                                12. California Regents Stand Firm, p. 8
                                                13. You Can't Keep a Good Town Down by Paul Harvey, p. 9
                                                14. 'Great Society' Spawns Pie-in-the-Sky Proposals by Walter Trohan, p. 9
                                                15. Students Default on Federal Loans, p. 9
                                                16. The Birth of a Record Budget, p. 10
                                                17. Selling Socialism, p. 10
                                                18. Cheap Power' Fraternity to Meet in Miami, p. 10
                                                19. Is Television Becoming a Political Tool? by Anthony Stuart, pp. 11-13
                                                20. Supreme Court's Prestige Is Now at All-Time Low by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                21. Making 27000000 Disappear, p. 14
                                                22. Cost of House Office Building Has Now Risen to $131 Million by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 15
                                                23. GE Representatives Threatened by Carey During Negotiations by Victor Riesel, pp. 15-16
                                              3. [+]
                                                January 16, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. Mr. Truman Continues to Rewrite History by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                2. Xerox Fails to Sell U.N. in Television Spectacular by Morrie Ryskind, p. 2
                                                3. ...And Heaven Too, p. 2
                                                4. Truth About South Viet Nam Held Back from U.S. Public by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                5. Four Red Chinese Fronts Operate Freely in U.S. by Victor Riesel, pp. 3-5
                                                6. The Political Education of George Murphy by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                7. ADA's Recipe for Disaster, p. 6
                                                8. U.S. Reds Are Mapping New Drive, p. 6
                                                9. NLRB Strips Employee of Individuality by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                10. 'Giving' Versus Earning by William Henry Chamberlin, p. 8
                                                11. Predictions for the Coming Year by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                12. What URDC Is Doing in California, p. 9
                                                13. Projected Kampelman Appointment Is Causing Bipartisan Oppopsition, p. 10
                                                14. Cuban Reds Active 'Round the World by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                15. How NAM is Solving Unemployment, pp. 11-13
                                                16. J. Edgar Hovoer Under Siege, p. 14
                                                17. State Dept. Still Battles Tshombe by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                18. Whither Foreign Aid?, p. 15
                                                19. U.S. Bureau Helps Keep Indians on Reservations by Frank Veale, p. 15
                                                20. The Busy National Council of Churches, pp. 15-16
                                              4. [+]
                                                January 23, 1965 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                1. Dollar Devaluation Ahead? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 1
                                                2. Business Group Makes Plans To Change Makeup of Congress by Victor Riesel, p. 2
                                                3. The Fable of the Non-Vote, p. 2
                                                4. Soviets Developing Strong Marine Force, p. 3
                                                5. Success Is a Matter of Self-Respect, p. 3
                                                6. This Week in Washington, pp. 4-5
                                                7. N.Y. Times Editor Blasts McNamara, p. 6
                                                8. The Great Society---How Costly by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                9. Red Drive on Clergymen, p. 7
                                                10. End of the 'Bracero' Program by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 8
                                                11. Johnson's State of the Union Message Endangers Freedom and Individuality, p. 9
                                                12. Washington Should Regulate Itself in the War on Inflation by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                13. How the Supreme Court Is Remakings the United States by Philip B. Kurland, p. 10
                                                14. Psychological Tests Have Little Value by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 10
                                                15. 'Stop Pickin' on Mississippi' by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                16. Once Begun Medicare Will Be Diffult to Curtail, p. 11
                                                17. Are Today's Children More Stupid? by Max Rafferty, p. 12
                                                18. Feighan and Lausche to Propose National Commission on Defectors, p. 12
                                                19. It's Time for a Good Cornball Play by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 13
                                                20. Congressional Liberals Fail to Attempt to Abolish HCUA by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                21. John Wayne: Man of Heart, p. 14
                                                22. Money Alone Won't Save Our Schools by John Chamberlain, p. 15
                                                23. Something for Nothing Costs Taxpayers Billions by Alice Widener, pp. 15-16
                                              5. [+]
                                                January 30, 1965 Issue = 26 Articles
                                                1. Economic Aid to Egypt and Algeria Helps Russia to Take Over Africa, p. 1
                                                2. No Place to Live in Sweden by Dean Russell, p. 2
                                                3. Refuting the 'Automation Myth', p. 2
                                                4. Federal Interference Is Injuring Farmers, p. 2
                                                5. Thousands of Cubans Slaughtered Attempting to Escape from Island by Henry J. Taylor, p. 3
                                                6. The AMA's Alternative to Medicare, p. 3
                                                7. McCormack on Spot Over Red Visits, pp. 3-5
                                                8. How to Reduce LBJ's Foreign Aid Request, p. 6
                                                9. Illinois FEPC Makes New Charge in Motorola Case, p. 6
                                                10. Moursund Has Right Connections, p. 6
                                                11. Right-to-Work Laws Uphold Individual's Freedom by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                12. Will U.S. Make Russia Pay Her U.N. Bills? by Barry Goldwater, p. 7
                                                13. Liberals Have No Monopoly on Right to Disagree by Morrie Ryskind, p. 8
                                                14. The bandit, p. 8
                                                15. Red China, the U.N. and Public Opinion by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                16. The Free vs. the Manipulated Society by John Davenport, p. 10
                                                17. Why Believe Russia's Mellowing? by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 11
                                                18. Juding the Policemen, p. 11
                                                19. State Dept. Gives Rumanian Diplomat Expense-Paid Tour of United States by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                20. Federal Gov't Has Co-Signed Debts of $347 Billion, pp. 12-13
                                                21. John Connor, New Commerce Sec'y by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                22. LBJ's Proposals More Liberal Than They Appear by Michael O'Neill, p. 14
                                                23. Giveaway Glitter, p. 14
                                                24. Where 'Great Society' Comes From by John Chamberlain, p. 15
                                                25. Good Job Refused in Appalachia by Howard Kershner, p. 15
                                                26. Will Events Vindicate Goldwater? by Dumitru Danielopol, pp. 15-16
                                              6. [+]
                                                February 6, 1965 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                1. Cuban Missile Build-up Continues by Henry J. Taylor, p. 1
                                                2. Anyone Feel Inspired?, p. 2
                                                3. Red View of Man by Dr. Gerhart Niemeyer, p. 2
                                                4. The Extreme Middle of the Road by Morrie Ryskind, p. 2
                                                5. Minimum Wage for Youth Corps, p. 2
                                                6. Churchill Broke All the Rules by John Chamberlain, p. 3
                                                7. Lodge Being Pushed as McCone Successor by Victor Lasky, p. 3
                                                8. Unions Want to Socialize Railroads, pp. 3-5
                                                9. No Security in Disarmament, p. 6
                                                10. Is LBJ's "Great Society" Unconstitutional? by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                11. Red Arms Challenge U.S. Viet Policy, p. 7
                                                12. A Way to Cut the Federal Budget, p. 7
                                                13. Why Section 14b Should Be Retained, pp. 8-9
                                                14. Sen. Church Still Worried About the 'Radical Right' by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                15. Expect Assassination Attempt 'At Any Time' Tshombe Warned, p. 10
                                                16. Moscow Followers Open Drive to Recapture 'Mao-ist' Youths by Victor Riesel, pp. 11-13
                                                17. Our Source of Greatness, p. 14
                                                18. Feuding Breaks Out Among Top New York Democrats by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                19. The Little War of the Big Lie by Barry Goldwater, p. 15
                                                20. There's No Such Animal as a 'Tax Cut', p. 15
                                                21. LBJ Urges Liberalized Immigration by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 16
                                              7. [+]
                                                February 13, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. Rocky Launches Long-Range Drive for GOP Presidential Nomination by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Is Somebody Sorting Your Garbage? by Paul Harvey, p. 2
                                                3. Southerners in the GOP by Holmes Alexander, p. 2
                                                4. Government's Staggering Spending Blunders by Walter Trohan, p. 3
                                                5. France Owes Us Billions But Still Takes our Gold by Henry J. Taylor, p. 3
                                                6. New Angle to Baker Hearings, pp. 3-5
                                                7. All the Way with LBJ by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                8. Churchill's Death Revives Arguments Over His Strategy by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                9. Should the U.S. Seize Railroads, p. 7
                                                10. LBJ's 'Telephone Diplomacy' by Barry Goldwater, p. 8
                                                11. The Defeat of Patrick Gordon Walker by Russell Kirk, p. 8
                                                12. Business Indifferent to NLRB's GE Decision by Donald I. Rogers, p. 8
                                                13. GAO Charges Waste Has Tripled Under Johnson, p. 9
                                                14. Abandoned Car New Jenkins Mystery, p. 9
                                                15. New Evidence Shows Chinese Reds Trying to Infiltrate U.S. Labor by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                16. Next: Scrap Iron for Russia?, p. 10
                                                17. Terror in Kingsport by M.R. Lefkoe, pp. 11-13
                                                18. Repeal of Right-to-Work Law Endangers Indiana's Growth by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                19. Defense Dept. Called Very Weak on Nuclear Security Procedures, p. 15
                                                20. Civil Rights Demonstrators Are Taxing America's Patience by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 16
                                              8. [+]
                                                February 20, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Red-Trained Revolutionaries Step Up Puerto Rican Sabotage by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 1
                                                2. Gen. Curtis LeMay Retires, p. 2
                                                3. [+]
                                                  Hazlitt's 'Foundations of Morality' by Walter Trohan, p. 2 - 1 Review
                                                  1. The Foundations of Morality by Henry Hazlitt
                                                4. Foreign Aid Bill in Trouble?, p. 2
                                                5. Tax Cut Hoax Becomes More Obvious As April 15 Deadline Draws Nearer by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                6. Americans Pay More in Taxes Than for Food and Clothing by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 3-4
                                                7. This Week in Washington, p. 5
                                                8. More Cover-Up in Baker Probe, p. 6
                                                9. Sen. Williams Told to 'Lay Off' Baker Investigation by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                10. Intolerance---Liberal Style, p. 6
                                                11. California and the '66 Elections by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                12. Undistinguished Jimmy: The Radicals' Choice for Mayor by Oliver Carlson, pp. 8-9
                                                13. Report on Appalachian Front by Ken Thompson, p. 10
                                                14. Who's Favored With Poverty Dollars?, p. 10
                                                15. No Welfare Workers, No Legislation by James J. Kilpatrick, pp. 11-13
                                                16. Education and Tax Sources by Sen. Strom Thurmond, p. 14
                                                17. TVA's Creeping Socialism, p. 14
                                                18. 'Funny Money' Men vs. Honest Money Men by Alice Widener, p. 15
                                                19. Does Harriman Read CIA Reports?, pp. 15-16
                                              9. [+]
                                                February 27, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Post Office Forced to Spend $200,000 on Accomodations for Bobby Kennedy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 1
                                                2. Medicare Breeds False Hopes, p. 2
                                                3. Johnson Fears Strike Epidemic by Victor Riesel, p. 2
                                                4. Protecting Business from Patent Theft, p. 2
                                                5. New Youth Technique: Violent Non-Violence by Alice Widener, p. 3
                                                6. This Week in Washington, pp. 4-5
                                                7. The Spreading Appalachian Disease by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 6
                                                8. Lack of Combat Forces as Guards Blamed for U.S. Losses at Pleiku, p. 6
                                                9. USIA Films: For Export Only, p. 6
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                                                  Baldwin's 'Another Country': Is It Art? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7 - 1 Review
                                                  1. Another Country by James Baldwin
                                                11. Many Reporters Growing Cool Toward Johnson by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 8
                                                12. Labor's Political Strategists Prepare for Election Fights in 1,000 Cities by Victor Riesel, p. 8
                                                13. Remarks on GOP Future by Dean Burch, p. 9
                                                14. Can We Trust Government to 'Beautify' Us? by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                15. U.S. Faces Pressure on 3 Fronts, pp. 10-13
                                                16. DuBois Clubs Are Recruiting for Red World Youth Festival by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                17. Counselors Paid More Than Teachers, p. 14
                                                18. Why Social Security Must Fail by Dean Russell, p. 15
                                                19. TFX Should Still Be Watched by Barry Goldwater, pp. 15-16
                                              10. [+]
                                                March 6, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Those 'Harmless' Left-Wing Extremists by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                2. The Statue, the Bell, The Marble Monument by Rep. Walter Rogers, p. 2
                                                3. The Foolish Mr. Russell, p. 2
                                                4. Almost No Flights Over Cuba; Foreign Aid Juggling Revealed, p. 3
                                                5. How to Lose Good Doctors by Russell Kirk, p. 3
                                                6. This Week in Washington, pp. 4-5
                                                7. Millions of Crops Spoiling Because of Stubborn Mr. Wirtz, p. 6
                                                8. Setting the China Record Straight by John Lofton Jr., p. 6
                                                9. Is the United States Losing Its Capacity for Honest Anger? by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                10. Congress Could End Judicial Tyranny If It Wanted To! by Frederic Nelson, p. 8
                                                11. Rural Cooperatives Want to Triple Federal Power Production by 1980, p. 9
                                                12. LBJ Pinpoints the 'Enemy' by Morrie Ryskind, p. 9
                                                13. Johnson Crime and SCOTUS, p. 9
                                                14. Reds Want U.S. Youth to Defect if Drafted by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                15. Billie Caught; System Remains, p. 10
                                                16. Will Government Fix Prices? by Donald I. Rogers, pp. 11-13
                                                17. Expatriate Rob Williams by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                18. Government Encouraging Dropouts?, p. 14
                                                19. Foreign Aid Is Socializing the World by Hans F. Sennholz, pp. 15-16
                                              11. [+]
                                                March 13, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Illegal Strikes at Moonport Have Cost U.S. $100 Milliion by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Jury Re-Indicts Communist Party, p. 2
                                                3. AFL-CIO's Blueprint for Disaster, p. 2
                                                4. BBC Has Banned Mention of Red China, Cold War by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 2
                                                5. Bank Charters as Patronage? Rep. H.R. Gross Wants Probe by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 3
                                                6. House Votes HCUA Funds, pp. 3-5
                                                7. Administration Proposes "Instant Veterans", p. 6
                                                8. Viet Nam and the New Isolationism by Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, pp. 7-9
                                                9. What Is 'Work and Sacrifice' in 'Great Society'? by Donald I. Rogers, p. 10
                                                10. LBJ Lets Great Britain Trade With No. Viet Nam, p. 10
                                                11. Labor Can Control Leaders Under 14b by William L. White, p. 11
                                                12. Federal Paperwork Jungle by Rep. Richard H. Poff, p. 11
                                                13. Private Airlines Outshine Public, p. 11
                                                14. Deficit Spending Chief Inflationist, p. 12
                                                15. Any Medical Care Plan Would Cost Billions, p. 12
                                                16. What Was So Wrong With Booker T. Washington? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                17. Adm. Arleigh Burke Hits 'Gimmick' Foreign Policy by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                18. What Causes Slums?, p. 14
                                                19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              12. [+]
                                                March 20, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                1. LBJ's 'Totalitarian' Housing Message, p. 1
                                                2. Neighborhood School Policy Upheld by U.S. Supreme Court, p. 2
                                                3. Expert Now Can Testify To Decline In U.S. Power by John Chamberlain, p. 2
                                                4. Congressmen, Mailmen Assail 'Wretched' U.S. Postal System by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 3
                                                5. Justice Department Report Does Not Disprove Reynolds, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Counties Affected by Apportionment Decision, p. 6
                                                7. GOP Fight Shaping Up Over Yerger; Goodwin Behind Weak Report on Cuba, p. 7
                                                8. Second Post Office Remodeled for Senator Robert Kennedy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 8
                                                9. A Look at Bobby Kennedy's Conduct as a Committee Counsel by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 8
                                                10. The Myths of Federal Aid to Education and the Facts by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                11. News Management Is Now News Suppression by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                12. Our Civilian Generals Run the Vietnamese War by Alice Widener, p. 10
                                                13. Johnson and the 'Trigger Happy' Charges, pp. 10-11
                                                14. Report on the Appalachia Bill, pp. 12-13
                                                15. Unions Face Ethnical Question In Use of Their Pension Funds, p. 14
                                                16. Medicine Is the Whipping Boy, p. 14
                                                17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              13. [+]
                                                March 27, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. LBJ's Voting Rights Speech, p. 1
                                                2. Two Curbs on the NLRB Proposed by Sen. Tower, p. 2
                                                3. Agriculture Department Considers Bypassing Local Government in New Surplus Food Program, pp. 3-5
                                                4. Fulbright's Follies, p. 6
                                                5. 'Counter-Cyclical' Theory Ignored, p. 6
                                                6. Poverty Commanders Strike It Rich, p. 6
                                                7. Liberals Still Bothered by 27 Million by Antoni E. Gollan, p. 7
                                                8. British Medicare Not 'Free' by Paul Harvey, p. 8
                                                9. Red China's Record---A Challenge to Peace by Ralph de Toledano, p. 8
                                                10. President Tells Labor Chiefs He'll Hold Congress in Session Until Next Year to Get Prog... by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                11. Judicial Leniency Should be Given Much More Attention by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                12. Do Businessmen Really Want More of the Same Policies?, p. 10
                                                13. Leftist Active in Mississippi by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 10
                                                14. Mental Health and Urban Renewal, p. 10
                                                15. Paying Men Not to Work, p. 10
                                                16. Politics in California by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                17. National Committee Hassle Continues, pp. 12-13
                                                18. Due Process Is American Way, p. 14
                                                19. Nehru's Neutralism Created Present Red Danger for India by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                            2. [+]
                                              Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1965 = 13 Issues, 279 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                April 3, 1965 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                1. Counterattack on the Court, p. 1
                                                2. Many Republicans Going Overboard on Increases in Social Security, p. 2
                                                3. The Ugly New 'Objectivity' by Alice Widener, p. 2
                                                4. President's Bill on Arts and Humanities Would Create Tax-Supported Culture Czars by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 3
                                                5. A Counterspy vs. the 'Colonizers', p. 3
                                                6. A $48000 Electric Bill, pp. 3-5
                                                7. New Report Illustrates Dangers of All-Powerful Executive Department by Donald I. Rogers, p. 6
                                                8. 'Ten Pillars of Economic Wisdom' by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                9. The View from the Lower Depths by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                10. Should Everyone Feel Sorry for Adam Clayton Powell? by Fulton Lewis, Jr., p. 8
                                                11. Failures of Socialism in France, p. 8
                                                12. What's in a Package?, p. 8
                                                13. Harmless Reds?, p. 8
                                                14. Why I Shall Vote to Maintain a Basic Human Right by Sen. John G. Tower, p. 9
                                                15. Foreign Aid Nears $113 Billion by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                16. Idea of U.S.-Soviet Canal Just Doesn't Hold Water by Michael Padev, p. 10
                                                17. 'World's Fair Visitors' Are Staying by Thousands, pp. 11-12
                                                18. Foreign Aid Nears $113 Billion by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                19. Rep. Curtis' Corollary to Gresham's Law, p. 13
                                                20. Everybody Craves Limits by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                21. Training of Indonesians Continues, p. 14
                                                22. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              2. [+]
                                                April 10, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. June 15: Important Date for Conservatives, p. 1
                                                2. Gas Warfare and Windy Rhetoric by Russell Kirk, p. 2
                                                3. Medicare---$6 Billion New Taxes, p. 2
                                                4. Uncontrollable Foreign Aid by Rep. Otto Passman, p. 2
                                                5. Runaway Inflation Can Happen Here, p. 3
                                                6. Important Questions About LBJ's 'Voting Rights' Bill by Rep. H.R. Gross, pp. 3-5
                                                7. It's the Economy's Public Sector That Creates U.S. Deficits Abroad by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                8. Taxi Goons in New York, p. 6
                                                9. Red China and the Nuclear Bomb by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                10. You Can't Do That to Chet Huntley by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                11. Red Strategy for Conquering All Southest Asia by Ralph de Toledano, p. 8
                                                12. The Rewards of Courage by John Chamberlain, p. 8
                                                13. Liberals Didn't Beat Goldwater---Panicky Conservatives Did! by Frederic Nelson, p. 9
                                                14. Who Speaks for the Church? by Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, p. 10
                                                15. Chicago Judge May Be Called to Testify, p. 10
                                                16. Crime Loses a Round, pp. 10-13
                                                17. High-Paid 'Poverty' Army by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                18. Nice Work for Mrs. Powell, p. 14
                                                19. Spotlight on Congrss, pp. 15-16
                                              3. [+]
                                                April 17, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                1. Foreign Aid---The Year of Decision? by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 1-2
                                                2. 'Peace' Groups Plan March on Washington by Fulton Lewis, Jr., p. 3
                                                3. Are We Being Taught by the Blind? by John Chamberlain, p. 3
                                                4. A New House Office Building?, pp. 3-5
                                                5. The Scope of Federal Interference by Rep. James H. Quillen, p. 6
                                                6. Flaring Strikes Thoughout Nation Disrupt Defense and Space Progress by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                7. $1.34 Billion Education Bill Just a Starter, p. 7
                                                8. King's Boycott of Alabama Called 'Alarming' Proposal, p. 8
                                                9. 'Compromise' Often Means Loss of Integrity by Jesse Helms, p. 8
                                                10. Urban Renewal Continues to Crush Inalienable Rights, p. 9
                                                11. How to Win Headlines and Influence Reporters by Ben Stoker, p. 10
                                                12. Johnson Tries to Buy End of Viet Nam War With Dollars by Walter Trohan, p. 11
                                                13. What Are Our Goals?, p. 12
                                                14. Kenyatta Works Closely With Reds But Ball Calls Him Independent, pp. 12-13
                                                15. Minority Rights Red-Type, p. 14
                                                16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              4. [+]
                                                April 24, 1965 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                1. LBJ Cleared Viet Nam Speech with ADA by Victor Lasky, p. 1
                                                2. 'Voting Rights' Measure Planned by Reds in 1956 by Henry J. Taylor, p. 2
                                                3. Katzenbach Has No Faith in Law by Holmes Alexander, p. 2
                                                4. But What About the 'Radical Left'? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 3
                                                5. This Week in Washington, pp. 4-5
                                                6. "Take a Billion or I'll Brain You!', p. 6
                                                7. Federal Government Abuses Eminent Domain by Donald I. Rogers, p. 6
                                                8. Big Labor's 'Ethical' Practices by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                9. Violence in Kentucky Mine Areas in Wake of New Unionizing Drive by Victor Riesel, p. 8
                                                10. Handout No Substitute for Hand-Up by Paul Harvey, p. 8
                                                11. 'Socialism' Is the Quickest Way to Spell 'Great Society' by Walter Trohan, p. 9
                                                12. How Moscow Uses the 'Congressional Record', p. 9
                                                13. House Vote on Medicare, p. 9
                                                14. Supreme Court May Soon Have to Rule on School Aid Measure by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                15. Liberal Jardon Is Often Very Confusing by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                16. Defense of U.S. Is at Stake, p. 11
                                                17. Joint Chiefs Recommend Destroying No. Viet Nam's Military Capability, p. 11
                                                18. Congress Should Take a Long Look at SNCC, p. 12
                                                19. Forman Refuses to Repudiate Reds, p. 12
                                                20. Clean Bill of Health for NIH?, p. 12
                                                21. LBJ's Policy of Aiding Unfriendly Nations Receives Bipartisan Congressional Blast, p. 13
                                                22. Taxpayers Spend $20 Billion Filling Out Federal Forms by Fulton Lewis, Jr., p. 14
                                                23. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              5. [+]
                                                May 1, 1965 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                1. The "Revolutionary Marxist-Leninist" movement in New York City, p. 1
                                                2. 'What We All Must Do', p. 2
                                                3. Humphrey and the Minimum Wage, p. 2
                                                4. Anti-Communists Being Ousted from South Vietnamese Army by Henry J. Taylor, p. 3
                                                5. U.S. Pacifists Have Printed Revealing Letter by Alice Widener, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Ghana Official Plans U.S. Visit by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 6
                                                7. The 'Mainstream' Doesn't Always Flow True by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 6-7
                                                8. Education in the "Great Society" by Ralph de Toledano, p. 8
                                                9. Kansas Judge Dissents in Reapportionment Case by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                10. Aim of 'Direct Action': To Persuade or to Coerce? by Jim Wright, p. 9
                                                11. Government Searches for Proverty, p. 9
                                                12. Shriver Uses Sligh Propaganda To Sell 'Poverty' to Congress by Ted Lewis, p. 10
                                                13. Liberals Think They Have Purer Hearts by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                14. Foreign Aid Rumpus, p. 10
                                                15. Vast Unionization Drives Lie Ahead by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                16. Congress Has Almost Surrendered, p. 12
                                                17. Example of Uncreative Federalism, p. 13
                                                18. Consumers Will Pay LBJ Farm Bill, p. 13
                                                19. Joan Baez and Income Taxes, p. 14
                                                20. U.S. Immigration Laws Are Generous and Sound, p. 14
                                                21. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              6. [+]
                                                May 8, 1965 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                1. Russian Volunteers are Already in Viet Nam, p. 1
                                                2. Longshoremen Settlement Exceeds Wage Guidelines, p. 2
                                                3. Steelworkers Lose Jobs to Europe by Donald I. Rogers, p. 2
                                                4. High Pay for 'Poverty' Warriors by Ken Thompson, p. 3
                                                5. Government Subsidizing Newspaper, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Ronald Reagan's Education by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                7. Wyoming Being Forced to Accept Federal Control Over State River by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                8. New Deal Spirit Rampant in Washington by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                9. What's Wrong With LBJ's Farm Bill? by Rep. Paul B. Dague, p. 8
                                                10. Who's a Demagogue?, p. 8
                                                11. Student Demonstrations Planned This Week Around Country, p. 9
                                                12. Johnson Wants Labor Law Changes; Is Keeping Pledge to Union Chiefs by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                13. Red 'Trawler' Plies Caribbean by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                14. Administration Has Raised Poverty Line, p. 10
                                                15. Do-It-Yourself Slum Clearance by Paul Harvey, pp. 10-11
                                                16. Government Restrictions on a Free Press by Walter Winchell, p. 12
                                                17. A Stronger UN?, p. 12
                                                18. Germans Speculate Over Next Concession to Reds by Barry Goldwater, p. 13
                                                19. Tax Exemption for NCC?, p. 13
                                                20. Harry Truman Speaks Out by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                21. Behind Labor Leaders' Request for Federal Minimum Wage Hike, p. 14
                                                22. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              7. [+]
                                                May 15, 1965 Issue = 25 Articles
                                                1. The Real Story of the Dominican Crisis by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                2. Judges of Their Own Cause, p. 2
                                                3. The ILO: A Communist Plaything, p. 2
                                                4. Mafia Underworld Is Now Using Some Unions as Political Base by Victor Riesel, p. 3
                                                5. Demonstrators Give Europeans Bad Picture of United States by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                6. Conditions in Cuba by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 3-5
                                                7. Mr. Ruml Had a Clever Idea, p. 6
                                                8. Internal Security Still Needs State Action, p. 6
                                                9. What Does It Take to Jolt U.S. Public? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                10. Government Neglects Billions In 'Counterpart Funds' Abroad by Henry J. Taylor, p. 8
                                                11. Why Keep Things Secret from Mao? by John Chamberlain, p. 8
                                                12. Tower Substitute for Voting Rights Bill, p. 9
                                                13. Civil Rights Hints on Viet Rile Presidential Advisors by Victor Lasky, p. 9
                                                14. Only People Create Freedom, p. 9
                                                15. Arts and the Federal Subsidy by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                16. How to Measure Military Preparedness by Sen. Strom Thurmond, p. 10
                                                17. Sen. Hruska's Plea to Businessmen, pp. 10-11
                                                18. Millionaires' New Social Set: The Labor Leaders by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                19. Learning a Trade Made Difficult, p. 12
                                                20. Work Hour Cut No Solution, p. 12
                                                21. Most Young Republicans Are Still Conservatives by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                22. What Christ Really Preached, p. 13
                                                23. The Man Who Bucked the Trend by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                24. Chamber's Actions Out of the Step, p. 14
                                                25. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              8. [+]
                                                May 22, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. 'Great Society' Brings Galloping Socialism by Rep. Otto E. Passman, p. 1
                                                2. Peace Corps Aids Rebels, p. 2
                                                3. New Red-Instigated Revolts Are Ready or in the Making, p. 2
                                                4. Kennedy's Chickens Home to Roost, p. 2
                                                5. Senate Considers 'Voting Rights' Bill of the 1965 by James Jackson Kilpatrick, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Exposure Is the Cure for Campus Far Left, p. 6
                                                7. American Dollars and Bullets Are Being Used to Kill U.S. Soldiers by Walter Trohan, pp. 6-7
                                                8. Longshoremen Refuse to Unload Communist Fish by Victor Riesel, p. 8
                                                9. The 'Bum' Factor in Welfare by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 8
                                                10. The Starry-Eyed Youn Democrats by Morrie Ryskind, p. 9
                                                11. Europeans Misunderstand U.S. Policy in Viet Nam by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                12. How East German Regime Seeks to Seal Off Its Population, p. 10
                                                13. How Unsuspecting Americans Support Communism by Rep. Howard W. Robinson, p. 11
                                                14. Business Wages Private War on Poverty and Unemployment, p. 12
                                                15. Some Thoughts on the Supreme Court by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                16. Socilization Threat in England, p. 12
                                                17. President May Get New Immigration Law, p. 13
                                                18. How the Communists Have Built Up Anti-U.S. Propaganda on Viet Nam by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                19. President Deserves Support Now, p. 14
                                                20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              9. [+]
                                                May 28, 1965 Issue = 24 Articles
                                                1. Washington Teach-In Boosts Radical Peace Movement by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 1
                                                2. Who Will Govern the Dominican Republic? by John Chamberlain, p. 2
                                                3. Juan Bosch Is Naive on What Causes Reds by Michael Padev, p. 2
                                                4. U.S. Govenment Is Undertaking Subtle Steel Nationalization by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                5. The Church and Politics by Morrie Ryskind, p. 3
                                                6. Freedom and Growth Under Right-to-Work, pp. 3-5
                                                7. Poverty 'Aid' Comes to Gum Springs, p. 6
                                                8. Equal Job Opportunity Post Puts FDR Jr. in a Political Hot-Sea by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                9. Government by Demonstration? by Rep. Jim Battin, p. 8
                                                10. LBJ Proposes New Federal Pay Raises by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                11. Military Campaign Going Better in Viet Nam by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                12. Rumanian Hopes for Aid Shattered by U.S. Stand by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 9
                                                13. Federal Aid Bankrupts Firm, p. 9
                                                14. Can We Arrest Expanding Centralization? by Russell Kirk, p. 10
                                                15. Five Years for Murder, p. 10
                                                16. The Controversial Edward R. Murrow by John O'Hara, p. 11
                                                17. Leftist Students Revolt in N.Y.C., p. 12
                                                18. Herbert Matthews Now Berating U.S. for Dominican 'Intervention', p. 12
                                                19. Unfriendly Act, p. 12
                                                20. Why Trade with Soviet Bloc?, p. 12
                                                21. Labor Drives for 'Total Job Security' by Pat Vincent, p. 13
                                                22. Heavy-Handed Oklahoma Teachers, p. 13
                                                23. Poverty's Flowers in New York, p. 14
                                                24. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              10. [+]
                                                June 5, 1965 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                1. Right-to-Work Showdown Expected in Early July by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Slave Labor or Slave Congress?, p. 2
                                                3. Uncle Sam, The Rent Payer by Rep. Charles Teague, p. 2
                                                4. Gov. William Scranton Stars 1968 Campaign; Proposes 'Great Society Jr.' for Pennsylvania, p. 3
                                                5. Detroit Poverty Program Under Fire, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Bundy Group using U.S. Aid to Pressure Dubious Coalition in Dominican Republic, p. 6
                                                7. What Is LBJ's Cuban Policy? by Ted Lewis, p. 6
                                                8. Will Johnson Ever Run Out of 'Problems'? by Barry Goldwater, p. 7
                                                9. LBJ's Mysterious 'Conflicts', p. 8
                                                10. Public Strongly Supports Sec. 14b; President Will Have to Twist Arms by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 8
                                                11. How can 'Liberals' Favor Repeal? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 9
                                                12. Labor Will Have New Demands by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                13. Demonstrators Abandon Civil Rights for Viet Nam and Dominican Protest by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                14. The Disruptions From the Left, p. 10
                                                15. Sabotage at Bien Hoa?, p. 10
                                                16. Education Bill's Loyalty Oath Is Under Fire by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                17. A Streetcar Named Despair by Ted Holmes, p. 12
                                                18. Automation Liberates Workingmen by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                19. Government Will Find New Taxes, p. 13
                                                20. Federal Grants Harm Education, p. 13
                                                21. Reds Stir Seething World Cauldron by Walter Trohan, p. 14
                                                22. Grand Jury Hands Down Indictments In Grain Scandal USDA Belittled, p. 14
                                                23. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              11. [+]
                                                June 12, 1965 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                1. Revitalized Communist Party Plans National Convention by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Why Not a Voluntary Effort? by Paul Harvey, p. 2
                                                3. LBJ's Anti-Billboard Campaign, p. 2
                                                4. Americans for Conservative Education, p. 2
                                                5. Bobby Kennedy Plans Wisconsin Speech, p. 3
                                                6. Crime Rise and Mallory Decision, p. 3
                                                7. Norman Thomas Equates Hungary Dominican Republic, pp. 3-5
                                                8. White House Mysteriously Pressured to Abolish Commission Fighting Space Site Labor Strikes by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                9. The Hex I Can't Shake Off by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                10. The Great Society Imposes 'Tax' on Bread by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                11. Needed: More Balanced Press Coverage of Viet Nam by Sen. Thomas Dodd, p. 8
                                                12. Disturbing Signs LBJ Is Weakening by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                13. Cyrus Eaton Plans Budapest Hotel by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                14. HCUA Testimony Very Revealing, p. 10
                                                15. Partial Clamp on 'Mail Covers' Ordered by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                16. A Case of Reverse Discrimination in Connecticut by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                17. 'Voting Rights' Bill Explanation, p. 12
                                                18. Drastic Change in Jobless Law, p. 13
                                                19. Hokum about 'Freedom of Contract' by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                20. The Debt Limit Ritual, p. 14
                                                21. Diplomat Who Aided Oswald's Return Scheduled for Soviet Exchange Post, p. 14
                                                22. Connally Supports Right-to-Work, p. 14
                                                23. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              12. [+]
                                                June 19, 1965 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                1. What Leading Americans Have Said on Right-to-Work, p. 1
                                                2. Funny Business in Housing by Holmes Alexander, p. 2
                                                3. More Federal Power Projects, p. 2
                                                4. Bobby Baker and the Ordeal of Sen. Williams by Allan H. Ryskind, pp. 3-5
                                                5. Leading Argentine Newspaper Strongly Backs U.S. Intervention in the Dominican Republic, p. 6
                                                6. Rusk Seeks the Impossible in Santo Domingo by Russell Kirk, p. 6
                                                7. What Gimmicks Will LBJ Come Up With for 1966? by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                8. Latin Labor Union Chief Says Reds Worsen Dominican Crisis by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                9. Chamber of Commerce Head Clarifies Red China Views, p. 8
                                                10. What Is the Greater Right? by Barry Goldwater, p. 8
                                                11. Tokyo Resolution Is Sleeper in Gold Problem by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                12. Lowell Rejects LBJ Invitation by Russell Kirk, p. 9
                                                13. Public Works Bill Before Senate, p. 10
                                                14. N.Y.C. Policeman Strikes Back, p. 10
                                                15. Survival of Individual Freedom Is at State by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                16. Anatomy of a Political Murder by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                17. Federal Reserve Head Issues Strong Warning by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                18. Are We Neraing the End of Farm Control Programs?, p. 13
                                                19. Business 'Cautioned' on Prices, p. 13
                                                20. Security Precautions Lacking At State Department, Aide Admits by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                21. 'President's Club': The New Elite, p. 14
                                                22. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              13. [+]
                                                June 26, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. U Thant Launches Offensive Against the West, p. 1
                                                2. Rent Subsidy Dangers Outlined, p. 2
                                                3. The 'Rent Society' by Rep. Richard Poff, p. 2
                                                4. Economic Illiteracy, p. 2
                                                5. Defence Department Ethics Questioned by Sen. John J. Williams, pp. 3-5
                                                6. No End in Sight for National Debt by Rep. Odin Langen, p. 6
                                                7. Un-American Image Develops from Photos by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                8. New Report Details Tito's Religious Persecution by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 7
                                                9. 'The Choice Is Yours' by Sen. Roman Hruska, pp. 8-9
                                                10. Red Spies in the U.N., p. 10
                                                11. More About Church and State by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 10-11
                                                12. The Supreme Sophistry of The Warren Court, p. 12
                                                13. Willard Wirtz' Booby-Trap for the Democrats by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                14. 'Great Society' Spending Orgy Ignores National Debt Growth by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 13
                                                15. How East German Regime Seeks To Seal Off Its Population, p. 13
                                                16. Backing Down in U.N., p. 13
                                                17. 'Little People' Losers In Right-To-Work Fight by Barry Goldwater, p. 14
                                                18. Lattimore to Red China, p. 14
                                                19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                            3. [+]
                                              Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1965 = 13 Issues, 274 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                July 3, 1965 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                1. Reuther Seen as New AFL-CIO Chieftain by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Reds Harass Viet Nam Widos Claims Dodd, p. 2
                                                3. Cabinet Post for Housing Criticized, p. 2
                                                4. Britisher Pushes Pro-Red China Movie in U.S. by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 3
                                                5. We Are Run by the Splinters by John Chamberlain, pp. 3-5
                                                6. What Did Jesus Believe About Wealth? by Rev. Irving E. Howard, p. 6
                                                7. Pure What?, p. 6
                                                8. The League of Women Voters: Its Partisan Slip Is Showing by Terry Catchpole, pp. 7-10
                                                9. What Is the Secret of West Germany's Success? by Ludwig Erhard, p. 11
                                                10. Inflation Takes Its Toll, p. 11
                                                11. U Thant Would Replace Free Market with Political Control by Emerson P. Schmidt, p. 12
                                                12. People Who Really Know Selma by Russell Kirk, pp. 12-13
                                                13. Shriver's Poverty War by Ted Lewis, p. 14
                                                14. Let Generals Run Viet War, p. 14
                                                15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              2. [+]
                                                July 10, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. Lyndon the Captive, p. 1
                                                2. How 'Stick and Carrot' Treatment Made Rep. Powell Switch Stand on 14b Repeal, p. 2
                                                3. Do You Want to Pay This Much?, p. 2
                                                4. National Federation of Conservative Organizations, p. 2
                                                5. Decision on Red Union Officials Strengthened Right-to-Work Case, p. 3
                                                6. [+]
                                                  New Book Raises Many Questions About Oswald's Way in Russia by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 3-5 - 1 Review
                                                  1. Portrait of the Assassin by Gerald R. Ford and John R. Stiles
                                                7. Teachers Have No 'Right' to Strike by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 6
                                                8. Ideologues Further Red Aims by Russell Kirk, pp. 6-7
                                                9. REA and TVA: Old Bureaucracies Never Die, p. 8
                                                10. The Nationsl Council of Churches and 14b, p. 8
                                                11. Why Most Liberals Are Poor Anti-Communists, p. 9
                                                12. Guevara Given Kremlin Ultimatum: Get Guatemala Under Red Control, p. 9
                                                13. LBJ Lifts Ban on Aid to Nasser by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                14. W.E.B. DuBois Clubs Plan Stepped-Up Activities by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 10
                                                15. Federal Drug Laws Haved Created Regulatory Chaos by Lenox D. Baker, M.D., p. 11
                                                16. What's Wrong With Profits, Anyway? by M. Dale Ensign, p. 12
                                                17. Bayard Rustin Proposes Paying Nation's Poor to Go to School, p. 13
                                                18. President Johnson Overrides Military on Viet Nam Fighting by Barry Goldwater, p. 13
                                                19. Subsidy: The Word Nobody Wants by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              3. [+]
                                                July 17, 1965 Issue = 26 Articles
                                                1. Radicals Planning to Fight for Viet Cong by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 1
                                                2. Reuther Moving to Train Nation's Poor for Action by Victor Riesel, p. 2
                                                3. West Virginia's Byrd Fights Welfare Abuses by Jesse Helms, p. 2
                                                4. Anti-Poverty Employees Paid $6 to $9.20 an Hour, p. 2
                                                5. Sino-Soviet 'Plit' Is Healing by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                6. Self-Sufficiency in Doylestown by John Chamberlain, pp. 3-5
                                                7. Myth-Making About the United Nations by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                8. Unions Organizing Within Unions by Paul Harvey, p. 6
                                                9. 'The Ugly Russian' Is Not a Vain Bureaucrat by Holmes Alexander, p. 7
                                                10. A Doctor Asks: 'How Free Am I?', p. 7
                                                11. Viet Cong Allies Plan Sabotage in U.S. Factories, p. 8
                                                12. New Proof of Viet Cong Terror by Victor Lasky, p. 8
                                                13. One of Every Five Dollars Spent Comes from the Federal Treasury by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                14. Federal Home Agency Backs Homogenized Neighborhoods, p. 9
                                                15. Congress Is More Prolifigate Than Even President Johnson, p. 10
                                                16. Mr. Pucinsky Had the World for It, p. 10
                                                17. Neglected Side of Student Life by Peter Schwepker, p. 10
                                                18. Reds Participating In Chicago Cit-Ins, p. 11
                                                19. Equality and Opportunity, p. 11
                                                20. Labor Dept's A-Team Program Faltering, p. 11
                                                21. Bloomington Mayor Vows Referendum for Urban Renewal by Rick Johnson, p. 12
                                                22. Baker Report Still a Whitewash, p. 13
                                                23. Nasser Sending Rice to Red Cuba, p. 13
                                                24. Dinner with a Liberal Headache by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                25. Sen. Fulbright's View of Honor, p. 14
                                                26. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              4. [+]
                                                July 24, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Should Defense Secretary McNamara Resign? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 1
                                                2. Conservatives Have More Fun by John O'Hara, p. 2
                                                3. From the Jungle Looking Back by Paul Harvey, p. 2
                                                4. Fallacy of School Formula Exposed, p. 2
                                                5. State Dept. Is Urging Atomic Fuel for Indonesia, pp. 3-5
                                                6. New Housing Secretary Will Be a Virtual Czar, p. 6
                                                7. God and the Right to Work by Ken Thompson, p. 6
                                                8. Wundees, P&R and the Coffin Supplemental by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                9. High-Tax Socialized Medicine, p. 8
                                                10. National Senior Citizens Council Plans More Federal Aid Programs, p. 8
                                                11. Other Countries' Medicare Problems, p. 8
                                                12. Government Unemployment 'Statistics' Called Misleading, p. 9
                                                13. Labor Violence Hurts 14b Repeal by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 9-10
                                                14. House Rollcall Looks Ahead by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                15. How Federal Control Follows Federal Aid, p. 11
                                                16. Why Should the U.S. Bail Out the Communist Countries? by Rep. Edward Derwinski, pp. 12-13
                                                17. What Was Omitted from Baker Report?, p. 14
                                                18. U.S. School Control Arriving, p. 14
                                                19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              5. [+]
                                                July 31, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. August 6-9 Picketing in Washington, p. 1
                                                2. Business Has Its Own Anti-Poberty and Training Program Across U.S. by W.P. Gullander, p. 2
                                                3. Russia No Longer Jams the Voice of America by Walter Trohan, p. 2
                                                4. A Friendly Letter of Support to a U.S. General in Viet Nam by Alice Widener, p. 3
                                                5. The American Monarachy, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Secretary Udall Tries Power Grab in South Carolina by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 6
                                                7. The Pitfalls of Public Housing, p. 7
                                                8. Two More Schemes from Sen. Fulbright, p. 7
                                                9. Needed: A Sweeping Change in Farm Programs, pp. 8-9
                                                10. Professors Were to Blame for the Berkeley Mess by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 10
                                                11. English Discontent with Socialism Should Encourage U.S. Conservatives by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                12. Communist Youth Festival Canceled by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 10
                                                13. Shocking Tactics Used to Enroll Union Members, p. 11
                                                14. Labor Leaders Now Seek 'Yellow Dog' in Reverse, p. 11
                                                15. LBJ Must Consider Mao Tse-Tung's Forgotten Memo by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                16. Disarmament Moves Very Quietly by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                17. Government Planners Can Fina A 'Plight' for Every American by Donald I. Rogers, p. 14
                                                18. Should Judges 'Create' Law?, p. 14
                                                19. A Blue Redcap, p. 14
                                                20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              6. [+]
                                                August 7, 1965 Issue = 24 Articles
                                                1. Conservatives Can Defeat the 'Great Society', p. 1
                                                2. Despite Scandals, Shriver Still Says Poverty War Is 'Going Great' by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 2
                                                3. Expensive 'School' in St. Petersburg by Paul Harvey, p. 2
                                                4. New Handbook Explains Government Benefits, p. 2
                                                5. Justice Goldberg to the U.N., p. 3
                                                6. 26 More Weeks of Jobless Pay by Alice Widener, pp. 3-5
                                                7. Texas Businessman Heads Group Seeking Control of CBS Network, p. 6
                                                8. Secret Red Training School Called Unqualified Success by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 6
                                                9. Suspicions About Morals and the 'Great Society' by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                10. Bunche Statement on Red China Undercuts United Nations' Goats, p. 7
                                                11. Politics in Youth Jobs, p. 8
                                                12. Lesson for GOP in Story of '60 Democratic Ticket by Walter Trohan, p. 8
                                                13. Shelepin: Man Behind the Scene in Russia by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                14. FDR Jr's Employment Commission Now Seeks Increased Police Powers, p. 9
                                                15. Humphrey Latest News Planer, p. 9
                                                16. Government by Guideline: New Threat to Economic Freedom by George Champion, p. 10
                                                17. Collectivism vs. Individualism by Barry Goldwater, p. 11
                                                18. What's in the Dirksen Amendment by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                19. Pro-Americans Carry Guns to Fight Off Mao's Agents by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                20. GAO Uncovers More Instances of Rampant Foreign Aid West, p. 13
                                                21. 'School' for Radicals in N.Y., p. 13
                                                22. The Excesses of Tax Collectors by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                23. LBJ Has No Sense of Humor?, p. 14
                                                24. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              7. [+]
                                                August 14, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. U.S-U.S.S.R. Consular Treaty Must Be Defeated by Alice Widener, p. 1
                                                2. The Poverty Warriors' Strategy, p. 2
                                                3. Baltic States 'Celebrate' 25 Years Under U.S.S.R. by John Chamberlain, pp. 2-5
                                                4. Bureaucrats Are the Big Winners in Shriver-LBJ 'War on Poverty' by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 6
                                                5. Secrecy in Summer Job Hirings, pp. 6-7
                                                6. Failure to Develop Space Weapons Endangers U.S. Security by Barry Goldwater, p. 8
                                                7. Toward a Dole for All, p. 9
                                                8. Reds Suspected of Using Chemical and Biological Warfare in Viet Nam, p. 9
                                                9. Everybody in the Gutter? by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 10
                                                10. Buckley Hits Appeals to Blocs, p. 10
                                                11. Governors Back Heller Scheme by Ronald I. Rogers, p. 11
                                                12. Over $24 Million in Union Dues Is Riding on 14b Repeal Effort, p. 11
                                                13. Lesson in Laos, p. 11
                                                14. Lyndon's 'Voting Rights' Mischief at Work, p. 12
                                                15. Does Gardner Appointment Mean New Federal Role in Education?, p. 12
                                                16. Guidelines Goodbye, p. 12
                                                17. [+]
                                                  Arthur Schlesinger Has Written Bad History by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13 - 1 Review
                                                  1. A Thousand Days by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
                                                18. Several Questions for Mr. Fortas, p. 13
                                                19. Will Arthur Goldberg Be Chosen '68 Vice Presidential Nominee? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              8. [+]
                                                August 21, 1965 Issue = 25 Articles
                                                1. Reds Organizing 'International Brigade' for Viet Nam, p. 1
                                                2. Wirtz's Boy Wonders Are No Answer to Crop Problem, p. 2
                                                3. NLRB Rules Should Be Changed to Ensure the Right to Say 'No', p. 2
                                                4. Communists Count on Deceiving West by Howard Kershner, p. 2
                                                5. Radical Clergy Assail U.S. Policy in So. Viet Nam by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 3
                                                6. Rep. Willis Condemns 'Peaceniks', p. 3
                                                7. Reuther Wants $20 Billion a Year for 'Underdeveloped' Countries, pp. 3-5
                                                8. Poverty 'War' Finding Jobs for Collegians by William H. Rentschler, p. 6
                                                9. Can FPC Expansion Be Halted?, p. 6
                                                10. Wartime Cffice of Censorship Already Set Up, p. 7
                                                11. How Conservatives Become 'Moderates' by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                12. Jimmy Roosevelt and Friends Push for $1.75 Minimum Wage, p. 8
                                                13. U.S. Soldier Rebukes Viet Nam Demonstrators, p. 8
                                                14. Shuman Hits Tax-Paid Propaganda on Farm Bill, p. 9
                                                15. The Many Men from Uncle, p. 9
                                                16. Udall Continues Anti-Private-Power Campaign by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                17. International Youth Group Formed, p. 10
                                                18. U.S. Must Balance Responsibilities and Capabilities by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                19. Anti-14b Votes May Defeat Many Liberals in '66 by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                20. Chinese Reds Are Creating 'Viet Cong' in Brazil by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                21. Is Russia Outstripping U.S. In Military Space Programs? by Holmes Alexander and Hunter Alexander, p. 13
                                                22. How the Reds Rule Tibet by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 14
                                                23. It's Fun to Be Boss by Walter K. Mickelson, p. 14
                                                24. Sun. Murphy Offers Poverty Amendment, p. 14
                                                25. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              9. [+]
                                                August 28, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                1. The Lost Angeles Riots: Whose Fault? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                2. Many Intellectuals Are Confused over Communism by Alice Widener, p. 2
                                                3. The Illiterate Vote, p. 2
                                                4. Backers of Dirksen Amendment Should Continue Their Fight, p. 3
                                                5. 'Great Society' as Big Brother by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Civil Rights Leaders Should Blame Themselves for Riots by George S. Schuyler, pp. 6-7
                                                7. Johnson Anti-Victory Policy Rules Out Hopes of Solution to Vietnamese Conflict by Chesly Manly, pp. 8-9
                                                8. W.E.B. DuBois Clubs Growing Fast, p. 10
                                                9. President Called 'Trail Boss' Over Appointment Handling by Walter Trohan, p. 10
                                                10. How the Communists Almost Took Over Brazil by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                11. Battle Among Dominican Rebels, p. 11
                                                12. 'Poverty' Contracts Not Competitive, p. 12
                                                13. Camp Atterbury in Indiana Shows What's Wrong with the Job Corps by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                14. Self-Proclaimed Marxist Is Issue in N.J. Race by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 13
                                                15. Romney: 'Stop Picking on Me', p. 13
                                                16. Private Youth Group in Milwaukee Helps to Find Jobs for Teen-agers by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              10. [+]
                                                September 4, 1965 Issue = 25 Articles
                                                1. Your Money Used to Help Elect Liberals, p. 1
                                                2. Art and Humanities Act Creates Bureaucratic Chaos by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 2
                                                3. What Is U.S. Policy in Viet Nam? by Barry Goldwater, p. 2
                                                4. States Should Kick up Fuss on Reapportionment by John Chamberlain, p. 3
                                                5. Anti-Trust Laws Apply to Unions, pp. 3-5
                                                6. California Riots Could Mean Election Woe for Pat Brown by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 6
                                                7. Those Sinister 'Pacifists' by Russell Kirk, p. 6
                                                8. Consumer Is Losing to Inflation, p. 7
                                                9. New Scheme to Feed Communists, p. 7
                                                10. Mexico's Reminder, p. 7
                                                11. Same Old Farm Program, p. 8
                                                12. Worse Than the 'Bread Tax', p. 8
                                                13. On-Site Inspection Is Essential, p. 8
                                                14. Ho Chi Minh Is More Than a Dedicated Nationalist by Rev. Daniel Lyons, S.J., p. 9
                                                15. Urban Affairs Dept. Means Federal Control of Cities, p. 10
                                                16. Is the Federal Government Aiding Riots? by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                17. Algeria: Is the Mediterranean Another Missile Trap? by Jeffrey St. John, p. 11
                                                18. Bosch's Closest Aides Reveal He Cooperated With Communists by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                19. Civil Disobedience Propaganda---Free Speech or Sedition?, p. 12
                                                20. 'The Liberal Establishment', p. 13
                                                21. Muggeridge Calls Liberalism 'The Great Destructive Force', p. 13
                                                22. 'Research' Eats up Foreign Aid, p. 13
                                                23. Freud on Uncle Sam and Big Brother, p. 14
                                                24. Double Income Tax Is Unfair, p. 14
                                                25. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              11. [+]
                                                September 11, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Communists Easily Find $100,000 for Summer Project Across U.S. by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. NLRB Chairman Challenged on GE Decision by Donald I. Rogers, p. 2
                                                3. Chattanooga Youth Corps Expenses Are Example for Rest of Nation, p. 2
                                                4. How HARYOU Has Wasted Funds, p. 2
                                                5. McNamara Breaks Spending Record, Yet U.S. Troops Lack Many Items by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                6. Automatic Raises for Congressmen Hidden in 'Salary Adjustment' Act by James Jackson Kilpatrick, pp. 3-5
                                                7. California Leftists Plan Worldwide Protest by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 6
                                                8. Why Not $100 an Hour? by Russell Kirk, p. 6
                                                9. Inflationary Wage Increases Slow Down Building Industry, p. 6
                                                10. Argument from the '30 Returns, p. 7
                                                11. Any 'Surplus' Should Be Used To Balanced Budget Reduce Debt, p. 7
                                                12. How the Liberal Establishment Conducted Operation Goldwater by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 8-10
                                                13. Hungary's Kadar Merely Pretends to Soften by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                14. Has LBJ Fanned Riot Flames Here in Washington? by Don Maclean, p. 12
                                                15. Why Foreign Aid Doesn't Work, p. 12
                                                16. House-Passed Farm Measure Only Continued Bad Program, p. 13
                                                17. Some Questions for the Clergy, p. 14
                                                18. Life Behind the Berlin Wall, p. 14
                                                19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              12. [+]
                                                September 18, 1965 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                1. Convention Reveals Trend by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 1
                                                2. Why There Are Few Anti-Communist Movies, p. 2
                                                3. King as Secretary of State by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                4. What Role Did Castroites Play in Los Angeles, Chicago Riots? by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 3-5
                                                5. Is There a Brotherhood of Man? by John O'Hara, p. 6
                                                6. Incentive System Means Little in Hungary by Henry J. Taylor, p. 7
                                                7. LBJ's Aid-To-Soviets Policy Only Strengthens Red Muscle by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                8. Rauh Throws Low Blow at the FBI, p. 7
                                                9. How the White House Claque Polishes the Johnson Image by Ted Lewis, p. 8
                                                10. Only Government Is Exempt from Price-Fixing Charges, p. 8
                                                11. Disaster in the Job Corps, p. 9
                                                12. Farm Disaster Spreads Northward, p. 9
                                                13. Goldwater Sues 'Fact' Magazine, p. 9
                                                14. Swidler's Mythical Robber Barons by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                15. Follow-Up on the Wieland Case by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 10-11
                                                16. Eaton Was Patsy for Red Propaganda About 'Doom' by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                17. Financing Defense Comes First, p. 12
                                                18. State Dept. Trade Policies Help Viet Cong by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                19. Will Germany Drop Erhard? by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                20. Change Needed in the NLRB, p. 14
                                                21. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              13. [+]
                                                September 25, 1965 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                1. New National Labor Scandals Are Brewing by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Goldberg Wants to Send 'Great Society' Abroad by John Chamberlain, p. 2
                                                3. The Poor Will Not Be Helped by a Hike in the Minimum Wage by Barry Goldwater, p. 2
                                                4. The Appeasers Get Their Man, p. 3
                                                5. TVA Builds an Entire Community, pp. 3-6
                                                6. Nasser and Nkrumah in Trouble by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                7. The Wheat Deal Furor Obscures Big Tallow and Soybean Sales, p. 7
                                                8. Demo Chairman Pushes Sales of GRI Smear 'Reports', p. 8
                                                9. Little Men vs. Big Government, p. 8
                                                10. Just What's in Those Classroom Tests?, p. 9
                                                11. Naming Associates: A Recurring Moral Problem, p. 9
                                                12. Madame Chiang Quietly Lobbies Against Concessions to Peking, p. 10
                                                13. Liberation or Opportunist?, p. 10
                                                14. Russians Still Use Force to Control East Germans by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                15. LBJ Loses a Round to Critics, p. 11
                                                16. India Has Poor Record on Settling Kashmir Dispute by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                17. Dr. Schweitzer's Lesson in Self-Respect by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                18. Liberal Pamphet on Viet Nam is Full of High-Brow Teachery by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                19. How Socialism has Hurt Bolivia by Howard Kershner, p. 13
                                                20. Managing the Family Budget, p. 14
                                                21. Home Study Helps Fill Know-How Gap, p. 14
                                                22. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                23. New Law Needed on Communist Mail Delivery by Rep. Glenn Cunningham, pp. 15-16
                                            4. [+]
                                              Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1965 = 13 Issues, 243 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                October 2, 1965 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                1. LBJ Pushes $250-Million 'Sleeper' in College Aid Bill, p. 1
                                                2. Anti-Poverty Funds Used to Pay Black Muslims by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 2
                                                3. Would You Trade with Nazis?, p. 2
                                                4. Chinese Reds Fear War with U.S. by Victor Lasky, p. 3
                                                5. Whose Game Is Bowles Playing? by Russell Kirk, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Is the "Great Society" Just Alice's Wonderland? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                7. How McNamara Has Bungled Manned Orbiting Laboratory by Barry Goldwater, pp. 6-7
                                                8. The Five Senators LBJ Most Wants to Defeat in '68 by Willard Edwards, p. 8
                                                9. Freedom Can Still Win Right-to-Work Fight by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 9
                                                10. More Lopsided Labor Law: Allis-Chalmers Striek Case, p. 9
                                                11. Unions Can Penalize Members for Seeking Secret Elections, p. 9
                                                12. Reuther-Meany Feud Sizzles at Labor Conclave by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                13. War on Poverty Tom-Toms Don't Beat for the Indians, p. 10
                                                14. 'Liberator' Magazine Bemoans Lack of 'Revolutionary Troup', p. 11
                                                15. Little David and the CBS Goliath by Paul Harvey, p. 11
                                                16. [+]
                                                  A Naval Historian Invades Unfamiliar Waters by Frederic Nelson, p. 12 - 1 Review
                                                  1. The Oxford History of the American People by Samuel Eliot Morison
                                                17. Limited Needed on All Immigration, p. 13
                                                18. SDS Borders on Treason, p. 13
                                                19. King Backing Down on Foreign Policy, p. 14
                                                20. Coming Up: New 'Progressive Party' by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                21. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              2. [+]
                                                October 9, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                1. Senate Can Block LBJ Canal Surrender, p. 1
                                                2. Panama Canal, p. 2
                                                3. VISTA Poverty Program Still Lags, p. 3
                                                4. Is This Red China's Year to Get Admitted to the U.N.?, pp. 3-5
                                                5. Left-Wing British Poet Named to Library of Congress Post by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                6. De Gaulle Still Has Lust for Power by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                7. New Series of National Strikes by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                8. "We'd Rather Do It Ourselves", pp. 8-9
                                                9. Are the Beatles Art? The 'Czar' Will Decide by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                10. Will the Gentleman Explain His Shift on Right-to-Work?, p. 10
                                                11. COPE Will Use Computers to Elect Liberals in '66 by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                12. N.Y. Newspaper Strikers Are Modern-Day Luddites, p. 11
                                                13. Civil Rights Groups and Other Activists Plan to Become Channels for "Poverty" Funds, p. 12
                                                14. The Fund for the Republic's Plan for a Socialist America by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                15. Why Doesn't LBJ Start at Home?, p. 13
                                                16. Prices Are Industry's Job, p. 13
                                                17. Taxpayer Funds Used for Bail by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 13
                                                18. Labor Lawyer Says Martin Luther King Makes Mockery of Non-Violence by Victor Lasky, p. 14
                                                19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              3. [+]
                                                October 16, 1965 Issue = 24 Articles
                                                1. How Do the Revolutionists Get Their Money by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. "Free Student University" Is Under Government Security by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 2
                                                3. A Friend of the Kennedys, p. 2
                                                4. Is Union Shop Coming in Federal Employment?, p. 2
                                                5. The Bay of Pigs All Over Again, p. 3
                                                6. Home Rule: LBJ's First Defeat, pp. 3-5
                                                7. How Some Members of Congress Try to Fool Their Constituents, p. 6
                                                8. Trend to the Left Can Be Reversed by Russell Kirk, p. 6
                                                9. Hanoi's Threat to Execute Captured U.S. Pilots Triggers New Consideration of Naval Bloc..., p. 7
                                                10. Johnson Is Playing a Losing Game in Latin America by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                11. How the Fulbright Doctrine Helps the Reds by Holmes Alexander, p. 8
                                                12. "Anything Goes": Theme Song of the Era by Morrie Ryskind, p. 9
                                                13. Domestic Peace Corps Looks Bad in Audit, p. 9
                                                14. A Right-to-Work Fable by David Prosser, p. 10
                                                15. GOP in Dixie, p. 10
                                                16. LBJ's Big-Spend Policies Make Our Gold Crisis Worse by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 10-11
                                                17. Strong Left-Wing Unions Operate in Key Industries by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                18. Bribing the Nation's Mayors, p. 12
                                                19. Farm Problems Affect Everyone, p. 12
                                                20. What Made LBJ Ask for Arthur Miller's Rebuff? by Victor Lasky, p. 13
                                                21. Attitudes of Youth Worries Reds by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 13
                                                22. Shriver's Costly Kindergarten, p. 14
                                                23. Nixon Hits "Radicals of the Left" by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                24. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              4. [+]
                                                October 23, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. Former White House Aide, p. 1
                                                2. Should We Abolish the NLRB?, p. 2
                                                3. Why McNamara Now Is Reluctant to Take Any Credit for the TFX by Barry Goldwater, p. 2
                                                4. When Government Questioners Invade the Schools by James Jackson Kilpatrick, pp. 3-5
                                                5. Steel Union's New Goal: 4-Day Week; 5 Days' Pay by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                6. Is the Republican Strategy to Bore Everyone to Death?, p. 6
                                                7. American Housewives Pay Out Millions to Support Subsidies for Foreign Sugar by Jack W. Gore, p. 7
                                                8. 'I'm an Agitator' Says Poverty Worker, p. 7
                                                9. Keppel Tips His Hand Shows What Federal Aid Really Means, pp. 8-9
                                                10. When to Laugh... by Paul Harvey, p. 10
                                                11. What to Print... by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                12. Rewriting History to Give the U.N. a Boost, p. 10
                                                13. Rusk Pushes Nuclear Accord in Talks With Gromyko, p. 11
                                                14. Strong Italian Communist Party Sends Special Unit to the U.S. by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                15. Free Enterprise Victory in Turkey Pains State Dept. by Ralph De Toledano, p. 12
                                                16. Who Really Guards Individual Rights? by William Rentschler, p. 13
                                                17. SDS: Goldbrickers Inc., p. 13
                                                18. Soon to Come: 'Lifecare', p. 14
                                                19. [+]
                                                  Stout's New Book Vilifies FBI, p. 14 - 1 Review
                                                  1. The Doorbell Rang by Rex Stout
                                                20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              5. [+]
                                                October 30, 1965 Issue = 24 Articles
                                                1. It's Time to Get Tough with the 'Demonstrators', p. 1
                                                2. Communists Played Leading Roles in Recent Viet Nam Protests by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 2
                                                3. Castro's Cynical Gesture by John Chamberlain, p. 3
                                                4. Will Tshombe Return to Power?, pp. 3-5
                                                5. The New Materialism of the 'Great Society' by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 6
                                                6. Strange Silence About HCUA, p. 6
                                                7. Office of Education Won't Let Press, Congress Look at Studies by Walter Trohan, p. 7
                                                8. Today's Masters of Illogic by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                9. The Court Double-Talks Again, p. 8
                                                10. Political Imprint on Youth Corps by Jerry Landauer, p. 8
                                                11. How to Win Elections: LBJ's $300-Million Boondoggle in Maine by Ralph de Toledano, p. 9
                                                12. Bloc Appeals Crush Representative Government by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                13. How One Union Chief Gest Around Section 14b by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                14. What's the Cost of Rearing a Child? by Paul Harvey, p. 10
                                                15. How Inflation Hurts Pensioners by Donald I. Rogers, p. 11
                                                16. Are U.S. Teachers Really Oppressed? by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                17. Hoover Successor Bill Pigeonholed, p. 12
                                                18. No Word from Liberals About Taylor Incident, p. 12
                                                19. Tony Provenzano: Highest-Paid Union Official in the World by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                20. More Strange Ideas from Dr. King, p. 13
                                                21. Everyone Like LBJ?, p. 13
                                                22. Can Poor Run Poverty Program? by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                23. Curtis' Advice to the Dentists, p. 14
                                                24. Examples for Youth, pp. 14-16
                                              6. [+]
                                                November 6, 1965 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                1. Peace Corps Recruiting Radical Youth, pp. 1-2
                                                2. What Does LBJ Plan for 1966? by Ted Lewis, p. 3
                                                3. Politics and the Nobel Prize, pp. 3-5
                                                4. "I Won't Work" is the Slogan in Russian by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                5. A Welcome Break in Johnson's Spending Spree, p. 6
                                                6. Mike Quill Wants 4-Day Work Week, p. 6
                                                7. Officials have Only Vague Plans for Dealing with Cuban Refugees, p. 7
                                                8. Nuclear Aid to Red Enemies, p. 7
                                                9. I Picketed with the Peaceniks by Jerry LeBlanc, pp. 8-11
                                                10. The Liberal Strategy Behind the Lindsey Campaign by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 12
                                                11. Why Provoke Another Congo? by Marquis of Salisbury, p. 13
                                                12. Protesters Abuse Free Speech, p. 13
                                                13. Selden Scores Liberal Newsmen on Bad Santo Domingo Reporting, p. 14
                                                14. Castro Offers Stunned State Department, p. 14
                                                15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              7. [+]
                                                November 13, 1965 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                1. Three Washington Attorneys Sue Poverty Program, pp. 1-5
                                                2. What the Radical Socialists Really Think by Terry Catchpole, p. 6
                                                3. Guantanamo Troubles Brewing?, p. 7
                                                4. No Tears for Ernest Creech by Ted Humes, pp. 8-9
                                                5. What Is the 'Fellowship of Reconciliation'?, p. 10
                                                6. 89th Congress: One of the Worst by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                7. Bobby Kennedy's Speeches Are Serving As 'Trial Balloons' on U.S. Foreign Policy, p. 11
                                                8. The Consumer vs. the Federal Power Commission by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                9. The President and Aluminum: Another Price-Fixing Attempt, p. 12
                                                10. Arbitrary Stockpile Manipulation Undermines Security by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                11. Should the Jury System Be Radically Altered? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                12. Norman Thomas CIA Agent, p. 14
                                                13. Justice Douglas Goes Far Afield, pp. 14-16
                                              8. [+]
                                                November 20, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. Anniversary of the Russian Revolution by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Why Socialism Must Always Fail by Sir Alec Douglas-Home, p. 2
                                                3. The Move Toward One-Party Politics, p. 3
                                                4. House Starts Nationwide Probe of Scandal-Ridden 'Youth Corps' by Bill Schulz, pp. 3-5
                                                5. Feud Splits Captive Nations Group by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 6
                                                6. Will the Aluminum Dumping End LBJ's Honeymoon With Industry? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                7. How Johnson Plans to Export His "Great Society" Overseas, p. 7
                                                8. Housing---In the American Tradition by Rev. Irving Howard, p. 8
                                                9. Rebel Defector Bares Red Plot to Control Dominican Republic by Walter Trohan, p. 8
                                                10. "Anything for a Buck", p. 9
                                                11. Hoover: Reds Step Up Activities, p. 9
                                                12. Sleep Not Dream Not, p. 9
                                                13. Mike Quill Seeks 4-day Work Week, p. 9
                                                14. Today's Anti-Viet Operations Are Modeled After Communist "American Peace Mobilization" ... by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                15. GM: A Free Enterprise Success Story for Us All, p. 10
                                                16. Yarmolinsky Appointed to New Defense Post, p. 11
                                                17. How the 89th Congress Has Increased Federal Spending by Svend Petersen, p. 12
                                                18. Business: The Missing Voice in Politics by Alice Widener, p. 13
                                                19. No News Isn't Always Good News---Especially for the Conservatives by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                20. Spineless Action by the USIA, pp. 14-16
                                              9. [+]
                                                November 27, 1965 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                1. Supply Shortage and Defective Ammunition Hurt American Troops in South Viet Nam, p. 1
                                                2. "Wirtz' Wonders" Won't Work by John Chamberlain, p. 2
                                                3. Sen. Harry F. Byrd Jr.: An Appointment on Meri, p. 3
                                                4. Nkrumah Ignores U.S. Generosity by Rep. H.R. Gross, p. 3
                                                5. How the Johnson Administration Encourages Left-Wing Extremism by Barry Goldwater, pp. 3-5
                                                6. Why Should U.S. and U.N. Meddle in Rhodesian Crisis?, p. 6
                                                7. IRS: Snoopers Incorporated by Bill Schulz, p. 6
                                                8. U.S. Cost Indexes Called Misleading, p. 7
                                                9. Beverly Hills Gets School Aid, p. 7
                                                10. Dr. Benjamin Spock: Peacenik Pediatrician by Robert D. Kephart, pp. 8-9
                                                11. New York Power Failure Proves the U.S. Jugular Can Be Slashed by a Handful of Communist... by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                12. Why Should Americans Trust the FPC? by William H. Rentschler, p. 10
                                                13. U.S. State Department: A School for Scandal, p. 11
                                                14. How ADA Rates the Members of Congress, pp. 12-13
                                                15. Culture Center Site: Thought Control by Threat by Holmes Alexander, pp. 14-16
                                              10. [+]
                                                December 4, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                1. Can the LBJ Boom Economy Last? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 1
                                                2. [+]
                                                  "The Penkovsky Papers" by Ralph de Toledano, p. 2 - 1 Review
                                                  1. The Penkovskiy Papers by Oleg Penkovskiy
                                                3. The Full-Page Ad, p. 3
                                                4. A New Farm Propaganda Mill, pp. 3-5
                                                5. Marxism: The Overlooked Side of the Rebellion in Rhodesia by Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                6. Why Doesn't LBJ Dump Laborers on the Market?, p. 6
                                                7. Capitalist Materialism Is Not a Vice by Rev. Irving E. Howard, p. 7
                                                8. Red China Vote Shows Foreign Aid Failure by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 8
                                                9. Flood Raps Johnson on Canal Giveaway, p. 8
                                                10. The Mistakes of China and Korea Must Not Be Repeated in Viet Nam by Alice Widener, p. 9
                                                11. Administration Ignores Experts' Advice by Barry Goldwater, pp. 9-10
                                                12. LBJ May Drop Full-Dress Press Conferences by Walter Trohan, p. 11
                                                13. Economy Gets Scant Notice in Omaha Job Corps Center, p. 11
                                                14. "The Despoilers"---An Ugly Saga of Corruption in the Capital by Edwin D. Neff, p. 12
                                                15. Federal Court Decision: Hopeful Note on Voting, p. 12
                                                16. Communists' Global Apparatus Sets December 20 as Deadline for Slowying U.S. War Supply ... by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                17. Interpreting "Interpretative Reporting" by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                18. Poverty Planners Say Move Families to Training Camps, pp. 14-16
                                              11. [+]
                                                December 11, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                1. Radical Peace March Aids Viet Cong, p. 1
                                                2. Goldberg to Run for Senate---Then for U.S. Vice Presidency by Victor Riesel, p. 2
                                                3. The Campaign Against Rhodesia by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 3
                                                4. How a Communist Speaker Can Mislead Naive College Students, pp. 3-5
                                                5. Gardner Calls for Direct Federal Aid to End "De Facto" School Segregation, p. 6
                                                6. Business Strategists Map Plans for 1966 Elections by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                7. The Illusion of a "Settlement" Is Squandering American Lives by Maj. Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 7
                                                8. The Republican Crisis in Pennsylvania by Ian Hay, pp. 8-9
                                                9. Did LBJ Put Prosperity Above Preparedness? by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                10. Court Decision Doesn't Prevent Government Registration of Reds by Barry Goldwater, p. 11
                                                11. McGovern's Plan to Feed the World, p. 11
                                                12. Sargent Shriver: The Administration's Glibbest Salesman by Ted Lewis, p. 12
                                                13. Kennedy Damagers U.S. Abroad, p. 12
                                                14. The Soviet Union's Latest Seven-Year Flop by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                15. Back to Gold? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 14
                                                16. Auto Workers' Money Goes to Canadian Socialists, pp. 15-16
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                                                December 18, 1965 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                1. Reuther Launches Drive to Unionize Entire Government by Victor Riesel, p. 1
                                                2. Rhodesian Boycott Illustrates U.S. Foreign Policy Failures by Barry Goldwater, p. 2
                                                3. All Is Not Smooth Sailing for Johnson by John Chamberlain, p. 3
                                                4. This Week in Washington, pp. 4-5
                                                5. Industry's Gift to LBJ, p. 6
                                                6. Why Should Defector Get Hero's Welcome? by Paul Harvey, p. 6
                                                7. Why Right-to-Work Laws Are Needed, p. 7
                                                8. History as It Should Not Be Written by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                9. The Viet Cong's American Allies, p. 8
                                                10. "Viet Name Day Committee" Pamplhet, p. 8
                                                11. What Johnson Must Do to Win in Viet Nam by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 9
                                                12. National Council of Churches Again Takes Appeasement Stand, p. 9
                                                13. Soviets Plan to Revive Comintern Next Spring by Victor Riesel, p. 10
                                                14. How Goes Sweden's Socialist Economy? by Howard Kershner, p. 10
                                                15. New Book Describes Politicsl "About-Face" of Bobby Kennedy by Victor Lasky, p. 11
                                                16. N.Y. Trial Reveals More About Leftist's Role in Harlem Riots by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 11
                                                17. Nasser and Russia Confer on War Against Rhodesia, p. 12
                                                18. Inside Castro's Subversion Mills by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                19. New Group Joins Fight Against Trade with Red Bloc by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 13
                                                20. Boston Shows Conservatives How Big Cities Can Win Elections, pp. 14-16
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                                                December 25, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                1. Congressmen Assail Bomber Cutback as Security Threat by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 1
                                                2. NATO and Nuclear Weapons by Barry Goldwater, p. 2
                                                3. New "McCarthyism", p. 2
                                                4. Vast COPE Expansion Planned for '66 Elections by Victor Riesel, p. 3
                                                5. This Week in Washington, pp. 4-5
                                                6. How ACA Rates Your Congressmen, p. 6
                                                7. Castro Gloats Over Refugee Exodus by Henry J. Taylor, p. 7
                                                8. How to Rewrite History by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 7
                                                9. Why a Return to the Geneva Agreements Would Be Political Folly, pp. 8-11
                                                10. Why Fabians Would Sacrifice U.S. Lives in Viet Nam War by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                11. Closed Schools, Computers and Compulsory Voting by Holmes Alexander, p. 12
                                                12. American Civil Liberties Union Should Repudiate New Smear Book by Victor Lasky, p. 13
                                                13. Orville Blows a Fobby Horn, p. 13
                                                14. Who Is the Fascist? by Prof. Hans Sennholz, p. 14
                                                15. Graft and Corruption Mark Boston Anti-Overty Program by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 14
                                                16. Two Liberals Find Crossing "Bridges" Into Red Satellites Is Not So Easy by John Chamberlain, p. 15
                                                17. Why is the NCC Tax-Exempt?, p. 15
                                                18. Dead God or Decayed Intellect? by Russell Kirk, pp. 15-16
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                                            Issues of 1966 = 53 Issues, 986 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1967 = 52 Issues, 983 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1968 = 52 Issues, 834 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1969 = 52 Issues, 783 Articles