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Ramparts Magazine, December 1964, pp. 43-48
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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1960s = 8 Years, 69 Issues, 881 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1962 = 3 Issues, 46 Articles
      1. [+]
        May 1962 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The Finality of the Drama by Gabriel Marcel, pp. 4-10
        2. Gabriel Marcel: An Evaluation by Seymour Cain, pp. 11-16
        3. Stone in the River by Harry Stiehl, pp. 17-24
        4. Art: The Seven Sorrows by Margaret Krebs, pp. 25-32
        5. Music and the Educated Man by Giovanni Camajani, pp. 33-38
        6. The Morning Song of Lord Zero by Conrad Aiken, pp. 39-47
        7. A Symposium on J.D. Salinger by Warren Hinckle, pp. 48-51
        8. The Salinger Syndrome: Charity Against Whom? by Robert O. Bowen, pp. 52-60
        9. Salinger: The Murky Mirror by Edward M. Keating, pp. 61-66
        10. Confessions of a San Francisco Snowman by Robert Briggs, pp. 67-71
        11. A Portfolio of Poetry by James Schevill, pp. 72-80
        12. The Goldfish by L.W. Michaelson, pp. 81-85
        13. [+]
          2 Reviews A Burnt-Out Case, by Graham Greene by Jonathan Ketchum, pp. 86-89 - 2 Reviews
          1. A Burnt-Out Case by Graham Greene
          2. In Search of a Character by Graham Greene
        14. [+]
          Review Each Man in His Darkness, by Julien Green by Hieronymo Kreuz, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. Each Man in His Darkness by Julien Green
        15. [+]
          Review The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, by Muriel Spark by Earl Douglass, pp. 92-93 - 1 Review
          1. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark
        16. [+]
          Review The End of the Battle, by Evelyn Waugh by Warren Coffey, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. The End of the Battle by Evelyn Waugh
        17. [+]
          Review The Marquise of O--, and Other Stories, by Hei... by Kuno von Pregnitz, pp. 95-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Marquise of O--, and Other Stories by Heinrich von Kleist
      2. [+]
        September 1962 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Ronald Firbank 1886-1926 by Neville Braybrooke, pp. 4-11
        2. Low Tide by Isobel English, pp. 12-16
        3. Writers & Scientists: The Two Cultures by John P. Sisk, pp. 17-22
        4. Art: The Ballad of Sir Patrick Spens by Ronald Hughes, pp. 23-37
        5. The German Theatre Menu by Glenn M. Loney, pp. 38-46
        6. The Hazards of Holiness by Brother Antoninus, pp. 47-54
        7. Pages from an Unpublished Autobiography by Brother Antoninus, pp. 55-64
        8. A Robinson Jeffers Memorial by Edward Weston and Brett Weston, pp. 65-72
        9. Stone in the River, pp. 73-87
        10. [+]
          Review Down There on a Visit, by Christopher Isherwood by Warren Coffey, pp. 88-89 - 1 Review
          1. Down There on a Visit by Christopher Isherwood
        11. [+]
          Review A Sad Heart at the Supermarket, by Randall Jar... by Hieronymo Kreuz, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. A Sad Heart at the Supermarket by Randall Jarrell
        12. [+]
          Review Salinger, by Henry Anatole Grunwald, p. 92 - 1 Review
          1. Salinger by Henry Anatole Grunwald
        13. [+]
          Review The Death of Tragedy, by George Steiner by John B. Gleason, pp. 92-93 - 1 Review
          1. The Death of Tragedy by George Steiner
        14. [+]
          Review The Great Wave, and Other Stories, by Mary Lavin by Byron R. Bryant, p. 94 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Wave, and Other Stories by Mary Lavin
        15. [+]
          Review Poems, by Allen Tate by Harry Stiehl, pp. 95-98 - 1 Review
          1. Poems by Allen Tate
      3. [+]
        November 1962 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Philosophy and the Novel by Martin Turnell, pp. 10-16
        2. Poetr: Galerie Religieuse by Djuna Barnes, p. 17
        3. Christ im Matter by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, pp. 18-20
        4. Fiction: Neighbors and Crosses by Rocco Fumento, pp. 21-25
        5. Achievement in American Catholic Poetry by Harry Stiehl, pp. 26-38
        6. Drama: Everyman's History of Love by James Schevill, pp. 39-50
        7. A Symposium on Tennessee Williams by Warren Coffey, pp. 51-58
        8. [+]
          Night of the Iguana: A New Tennessee Williams? The Night of the Iguana, by Tennessee Williams by Jacob H. Adler, pp. 59-68 - 1 Review
          1. The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams
        9. Mildew on the Old Magnolia by Edward M. Keating, pp. 69-74
        10. Art: Drawings by Aubrey Beardsley, pp. 75-87
        11. [+]
          Review Ship of Fools, by Katherine Anne Porter by Edward F. Murphy, pp. 88-90 - 1 Review
          1. Ship of Fools by Katherine Anne Porter
        12. [+]
          Review Christianity in Modern Art, by Frank Getlein a... by Robert Del Tredici, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Christianity in Modern Art by Frank Getlein and Dorothy Getlein
        13. [+]
          Review The Contemporary English Novel, by Frederick R... by Warren Coffey, pp. 92-94 - 1 Review
          1. The Contemporary English Novel by Frederick R. Karl
        14. [+]
          Review The Bergsonian Heritage, by Thomas Hanna by Michael Carella, pp. 95-98 - 1 Review
          1. The Bergsonian Heritage by Thomas Hanna
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1963 = 5 Issues, 78 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1963 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. John Howard Griffin: An Inteview by Thomas P. McDonnell, pp. 7-17
        2. Scattered Shadows by John Howard Griffin, pp. 18-35
        3. Blue Eyes by Melvin Walker La Follette, pp. 36-42
        4. The Anti-War Novel and the Good Soldier Schweik by Leslie A. Fiedler, pp. 43-48
        5. The Farrells of Sea Vineyard by Harry Stiehl, pp. 49-64
        6. Art: Variations on a Theme by Richard Cork, pp. 65-71
        7. The Priest as Scapegoat in the Modern Catholic Novel by Francis L. Kunkel, pp. 72-79
        8. A Panorama of Three American Poets by Paris Leary, pp. 80-83
        9. Poems by Raymond Roseliep, pp. 84-85
        10. Poems by Thomas Parkinson, pp. 86-88
        11. [+]
          Review Just Off the Aisle, by Richard A. Duprey by Cheryl McBrown, p. 89 - 1 Review
          1. Just Off the Aisle by Richard A. Duprey
        12. [+]
          Review William Faulkner: Early Prose and Poetry, by C... by Hieronymo Kreuz, pp. 90-92 - 1 Review
          1. William Faulkner: Early Prose and Poetry by Carvel Collins and William Faulkner
        13. [+]
          Review Morte D'Urban, by J.F. Powers by Thomas P. McDonnell, p. 93 - 1 Review
          1. Morte D'Urban by J.F. Powers
        14. [+]
          Review American Drama, by Louis Broussard by Michael Edwards, pp. 94-98 - 1 Review
          1. American Drama by Louis Broussard
      2. [+]
        March 1963 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. A Symposium on Jesuit University Education by Edward M. Keating, pp. 6-9
        2. Jesuit Education: Between Two Worlds by Warren Coffey, pp. 10-15
        3. The Lay Faculty on the Jesuit Campus by Robert O. Bowen, pp. 16-21
        4. The Jesuit Discipline of Inquiry by James A. Gowen, pp. 22-26
        5. An Artist's Note Book by Geza St. Galy, pp. 27-42
        6. London Letter by Neville Braybrooke, pp. 43-46
        7. Maria da Conceicao by Marguerite Lidchi, pp. 47-52
        8. The Mystery of the Blue Cards, pp. 53-56
        9. [+]
          Henry James by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 57-64 - 1 Review
          1. The Turn of the Screw by Henry James
        10. Hagia Sophia by Thomas Merton, pp. 65-72
        11. The Art of Geza St. Galy, pp. 73-82
        12. Julien Green by Wallace Fowlie, pp. 83-90
        13. [+]
          Review Vessel of Dishonor, by Paul Roche by Edward M. Keating, pp. 91-92 - 1 Review
          1. Vessel of Dishonor by Paul Roche
        14. [+]
          Review Contemporaries, by Alfred Kazin by Warren Coffey, pp. 93-94 - 1 Review
          1. Contemporaries by Alfred Kazin
        15. [+]
          Review Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov by John B. Gleason, pp. 95-98 - 1 Review
          1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
      3. [+]
        May 1963 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Dream Songs by John Berryman, pp. 5-15
        2. The Theatre Season in Paris by Thomas Molnar, pp. 16-20
        3. Canadian Religious Art Exhibition, p. 21
        4. The Regis Exhibition by Michael Jacot, pp. 22-32
        5. George Santayana: Catholic Agnostic by Richard Butler, pp. 33-37
        6. Sonnets by George Santayana, pp. 38-39
        7. Art, Morality, & Censorship by Norman St. John-Stevas, pp. 40-48
        8. The Well by N. Scott Momaday, pp. 49-52
        9. Catholic Higher Education: The Economic Issues by Seymour E. Harris, pp. 53-62
        10. Electronic Music by Giovanni Camajani, pp. 63-69
        11. Wyndham Lewis: Enemy of the Rose by Warren Coffey, pp. 70-76
        12. Drawings by Wyndham Lewis, pp. 77-84
        13. Wyndham Lewis in His Letters by W.K. Rose, pp. 85-89
        14. [+]
          2 Reviews The New Poetry, by A. Alvarez by Harry Stiehl, pp. 90-91 - 2 Reviews
          1. The New Poetry by A. Alvarez
          2. Selected Poems by Thom Gunn and Ted Hughes
        15. [+]
          Review In My Disc of Gold, by William Congdon by Richard Cork, pp. 92-93 - 1 Review
          1. In My Disc of Gold by William Congdon
        16. [+]
          2 Reviews The Poetry of J.V. Cunningham, by Yvor Winters by John B. Gleason, pp. 94-95 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Poetry of J.V. Cunningham by Yvor Winters
          2. The Poetry of W.B. Yeats by Yvor Winters
        17. [+]
          Review A Thomas Merton Reader, by Thomas P. Mcdonnell... by Helen B. English, p. 96 - 1 Review
          1. A Thomas Merton Reader by Thomas P. Mcdonnell and Thomas Merton
      4. [+]
        Autumn 1963 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Synagogue by Karl Shapiro, pp. 3-4
        2. The Jewish Heritage in Contemporary American Fiction by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 5-13
        3. The Jewish Idea by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 14-20
        4. Two Doors & the Pilgrimage by Leonard E. Nathan, pp. 21-22
        5. The Jewish Side of American Life by Harold U. Ribalow, pp. 23-31
        6. The Jew as Mythic American by Leslie A. Fiedler, pp. 32-48
        7. The Jew, Secularity, and Christian Culture by Arthur A. Cohen, pp. 49-56
        8. The Man from Dakota by David Cornel De Jong, pp. 57-62
        9. Fifteen Americans by Robert Bloom, pp. 63-72
        10. Art: Stations of the Cross by Geza St. Galy, pp. 73-80
        11. [+]
          Review The Gates of Horn, by Harry Levin by Martin Turnell, pp. 81-83 - 1 Review
          1. The Gates of Horn by Harry Levin
        12. [+]
          Review Avant-Garde: The Experimental Theater in Franc... by Wallace Fowlie, pp. 84-85 - 1 Review
          1. Avant-Garde: The Experimental Theater in France by Leonard Cabell Pronko
        13. [+]
          Review The Dyer's Hand, and Other Essays, by W.H. Auden by Samuel Hynes, pp. 86-88 - 1 Review
          1. The Dyer's Hand, and Other Essays by W.H. Auden
        14. [+]
          2 Reviews Two Cultures? The Significance of C.P. Snow, b... by Warren Coffey, p. 89 - 2 Reviews
          1. Two Cultures? The Significance of C.P. Snow by F.R. Leavis
          2. An Essay on Sir Charles Snow's Rede Lecture by Michael Yudkin
        15. [+]
          Review In Parenthesis, by David Michael Jones by Warren Coffey, p. 90 - 1 Review
          1. In Parenthesis by David Michael Jones
        16. [+]
          Review Twenty German Poets, by Walter Arnold Kaufmann by Kurt F. Reinhardt, pp. 91-92 - 1 Review
          1. Twenty German Poets by Walter Arnold Kaufmann
        17. [+]
          Review Young Man in Chains, by Francois Mauriac by Kurt F. Reinhardt, p. 93 - 1 Review
          1. Young Man in Chains by Francois Mauriac
        18. [+]
          Review Against the American Grain, by Dwight Macdonald by Dean Frye, pp. 94-96 - 1 Review
          1. Against the American Grain by Dwight Macdonald
      5. [+]
        Christmas 1963 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Black Revolution by Thomas Merton, pp. 4-23
        2. Dialogue by Father August Thompson and John Howard Griffin, ..., pp. 24-34
        3. Journal of a Trip South by John Howard Griffin, pp. 35-42
        4. Faulkner on Race by Bradford Daniel, pp. 43-49
        5. The Marginal Man by Thomas N. Williams, pp. 50-56
        6. The History of the World as Pictures by Nancy Sullivan, pp. 57-63
        7. To Gloria by Maude Hutchins, pp. 64-68
        8. Andrew Wyeth by Paul Horgan, pp. 69-72
        9. Drawings by Andrew Wyeth, pp. 73-84
        10. The Poet Is Dead by Brother Antoninus, pp. 85-90
        11. [+]
          Review Puzzles and Epiphanies, by Frank Kermode by Robert Tracy, p. 91 - 1 Review
          1. Puzzles and Epiphanies by Frank Kermode
        12. [+]
          Review The Utopian Vision of D.H. Lawrence, by Eugene... by Samuel Hynes, pp. 92-94 - 1 Review
          1. The Utopian Vision of D.H. Lawrence by Eugene Goodheart
        13. [+]
          Review The Beginning and the End, and Other Poems, by... by Brother Antoninus, pp. 95-96 - 1 Review
          1. The Beginning and the End, and Other Poems by Robinson Jeffers
        14. Cover by John Howard Griffin
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1964 = 5 Issues, 76 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1964 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Homage: The Tongs of Jeopardy by Brother Antoninus, pp. 3-11
        2. A Note on the Birch Society by John Cogley, pp. 12-15
        3. The Catholic Church and the John Birch Society by Stillwell John Conner, pp. 16-25
        4. Some of My Best Friends are Liberals by John van der Zee, pp. 26-33
        5. Catholics and the Radical Right by Victor Ferkiss, pp. 34-48
        6. A Portfolio by Robert A. Isaacs, pp. 49-64
        7. Interview with Rolf Hochhuth by Judith Stone, pp. 65-70
        8. Eugene O'Neill by John Henry Raleigh, pp. 71-87
        9. [+]
          Review Eight Modern Writers, by John I.M. Stewart by Robert Tracy, pp. 88-89 - 1 Review
          1. Eight Modern Writers by John I.M. Stewart
        10. [+]
          Review What I Believe, by Francois Mauriac by Kurt F. Reinhardt, pp. 90-91 - 1 Review
          1. What I Believe by Francois Mauriac
        11. [+]
          Review Contemporary American Poetry, by Donald Hall by Nancy Sullivan, pp. 92-93 - 1 Review
          1. Contemporary American Poetry by Donald Hall
        12. [+]
          Review A Fine Madness, by Elliott Baker by Warren Coffey, pp. 94-95 - 1 Review
          1. A Fine Madness by Elliott Baker
        13. [+]
          3 Reviews Loaves and Fishes, by Dorothy Day, pp. 96-100 - 3 Reviews
          1. Loaves and Fishes by Dorothy Day
          2. The Hack by Wilfrid Sheed
          3. A Singular Man by J.P. Donleavy
        14. Cover by Richard Cork
      2. [+]
        Summer 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Translations & Adaptations by Peter Viereck, pp. 17-22
        2. Reflections and Complaints of Late Middle Age by Louis Kronenberger, pp. 23-28
        3. The Morality of Indian Hating by N. Scott Momaday, pp. 29-40
        4. A Portfolio by Beth Van Hoesen, pp. 41-57
        5. Ecumenism and the Jews by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 58-64
        6. Lord Hamlet's Vigils in Pacific Heights by Harry Stiehl, pp. 65-67
        7. The Theme of Waiting in Modern Literature by Robert McAfee Brown, pp. 68-75
        8. A Peculiar Fire by M.M. Dockry, pp. 76-85
        9. [+]
          Review Water Street, by James Merrill by Nancy Sullivan, p. 86 - 1 Review
          1. Water Street by James Merrill
        10. [+]
          Review The Small Rain, by Raymond Roseliep by Peter Levi, S.J., p. 87 - 1 Review
          1. The Small Rain by Raymond Roseliep
        11. [+]
          Review The Inheritors, by William Golding by Robert Tracy, p. 88 - 1 Review
          1. The Inheritors by William Golding
        12. [+]
          Review The School for Dictators, by Ignazio Silone by Charles Witke, pp. 89-90 - 1 Review
          1. The School for Dictators by Ignazio Silone
        13. [+]
          Review The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald, by Andrew ... by Warren Coffey, pp. 91-92 - 1 Review
          1. The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Andrew Turnbull and F. Scott Fitzgerald
        14. [+]
          Review The Deputy, by Rolf Hochhuth by Edward M. Keating, pp. 93-94 - 1 Review
          1. The Deputy by Rolf Hochhuth
        15. [+]
          Second Thoughts on "The Deputy" by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 95-96 - 1 Review
          1. The Deputy by Rolf Hochhuth
        16. Cover by Richard Cork
      3. [+]
        October 1964 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Editorial: Tyranny in Los Angeles, p. 5
        2. Music: The Poulenc Behind the Mask by John Howard Griffin, pp. 6-8
        3. Opinion: A Protestant on Religious Liberty by Robert McAfee Brown, pp. 9-11
        4. Harlem Diary, pp. 12-13
        5. Conversation with Lez Edmond, pp. 14-17
        6. The Diary by Lez Edmond, pp. 18-29
        7. The March That Failed by Warren Hinckle, pp. 30-31
        8. Arabs and Jews by Judy Stone, pp. 32-37
        9. Homage to Louis MacNeice by Paris Leary, pp. 38-40
        10. The Church and "Golpe" in Brazil by G. Daniel Griffin, pp. 41-44
        11. The Sisyphus Complex by Abraham J. Heschel, pp. 45-49
        12. The View From London by Martin Turnell, pp. 50-55
        13. [+]
          Review The Christian Commitment, by Karl Rahner by Thomas Merton, pp. 56-60 - 1 Review
          1. The Christian Commitment by Karl Rahner
        14. [+]
          Review Second Skin, by John Hawkes by Robert Tracy, pp. 61-62 - 1 Review
          1. Second Skin by John Hawkes
        15. [+]
          Review Understanding Media, by Marshall McLuhan by Dean Frye, pp. 63-64 - 1 Review
          1. Understanding Media by Marshall McLuhan
      4. [+]
        November 1964 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Editorial: On "Ecclesiam Suam", pp. 3-4
        2. Portrait: Angus Wilson's Countryside by Kay Dick, pp. 5-8
        3. Art: Justin Murray Rides Again, pp. 9-10
        4. The Compleat Goldwater, p. 11
        5. The Literary Goldwater by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 12-19
        6. The British Goldwater by Terence Prittie, pp. 20-21
        7. The German Goldwater by Neal Ascherson, pp. 22-25
        8. The Theatrical Goldwater by Sidney Michaels, pp. 26-27
        9. The Feiffer Goldwater by Jules Feiffer, p. 28
        10. The Jewish Goldwater by Judd L. Teller, pp. 29-30
        11. The Black Goldwater by Louis E. Lomax, pp. 31-34
        12. Cardinal McIntyre's Los Angeles, p. 35
        13. The McIntyre/Goldwater Axis by Edward M. Keating, pp. 36-37
        14. Letter From Los Angeles by Robert Blair Kaiser, pp. 38-40
        15. The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Negro Catholic by Warren Hinckle, pp. 41-42
        16. The Conscience of a Cardinal, pp. 43-44
        17. A Portfolio by Vilem Kriz, pp. 45-52
        18. [+]
          Old age of a titan by John Henry Raleigh, pp. 53-54 - 1 Review
          1. Santayana: The Later Years by Daniel Cory
        19. [+]
          The Muses of Academe by Nancy Sullivan, pp. 55-57 - 3 Reviews
          1. At the End of the Open Road by Louis Simpson
          2. Helmets by James Dickey
          3. The Spectral Boy by Donald Petersen
        20. [+]
          O Lysistrata! Lysistrata O! by Charles Witke, pp. 58-59 - 1 Review
          1. Lysistrata by Douglass Parker and Aristophanes
        21. [+]
          From Gothic to camp by Irving Malin, pp. 60-61 - 1 Review
          1. Selected Writings by Truman Capote
        22. [+]
          A fine Italian hand by Richard Ohmann, pp. 62-64 - 1 Review
          1. The Inclusive Flame by Glauco Cambon
      5. [+]
        December 1964 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Marginalia, pp. 3-17
        2. John Quincy Adams and the revolutionary temper by Truman Nelson, pp. 18-26
        3. The Gentle Revolutionary by Thomas Merton, pp. 27-30
        4. The Deputy by Jerome Rothenberg, pp. 31-38
        5. The Poems of Leopold Sedar Senghor by Leopold Sedar Senghor, pp. 39-42
        6. Magnolia Ghetto by John Beecher, pp. 43-48
        7. The Christian Critic in France by Wallace Fowlie, pp. 49-54
        8. [+]
          Goodbye, Mister Charley by James Goodwin, pp. 55-56 - 1 Review
          1. Crisis in Black and White by Charles E. Silberman
        9. [+]
          Sayonara, Ian Fleming by Robert Tracy, pp. 57-60 - 1 Review
          1. You Only Live Twice by Ian Fleming
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1965 = 11 Issues, 169 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editorial: On the Firing Line, pp. 3-4
        2. Art: The End of Alienation by Frank Getlein, pp. 5-7
        3. Letters: The New Ramparts, pp. 8-11
        4. Christmas Scenes by Rick Schreiter, pp. 12-15
        5. Vietnam, p. 16
        6. Interview by Senator Frank Church, pp. 17-22
        7. Hang Down Your Head, Tom Dooley by Robert Scheer, pp. 23-28
        8. Songs From Hugo Wolf's Italian Songbook by James Schevill, pp. 29-31
        9. Arthur Lourie: A Great Composer Rediscovered by John Howard Griffin, pp. 32-34
        10. The Music of Lourie by Giovanni Camajani, pp. 35-38
        11. The De-humanization of Music by Arthur Lourie, pp. 39-41
        12. The Hills of the Bronx by Lynne Kaufman, pp. 42-47
        13. The Psychology of Non-Violence by Jerome D. Frank, pp. 48-51
        14. [+]
          An End To Bravery by John Henry Raleigh, pp. 52-53 - 1 Review
          1. Flood: A Romance of Our Time by Robert Penn Warren
        15. [+]
          The Stone And The Spirit by Robert Tracy, pp. 54-56 - 1 Review
          1. The Spire by William G. Golding
        16. The New American Fiction by Richard Kostelanetz, pp. 57-64
      2. [+]
        March 1965 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 3-6
        2. Cinema: 'The Loved One' Revisited by Stanley Eichelbaum, pp. 7-10
        3. Letters: New Orleans Stew, pp. 11-16
        4. Chaplin: The Victorian Tramp by Peter Steffens, pp. 17-24
        5. Soul of Wood by Jakov Lind, pp. 25-56
        6. Portfolio of Prints by Joe Ardourel, pp. 57-61
        7. Davy Crockett and the Bishop by Gordon Zahn, pp. 62-65
        8. After J. Edgar, Who? by William W. Turner, pp. 66-73
        9. [+]
          Chaplin's Autobiography by Robert Tracy, pp. 74-76 - 1 Review
          1. My Autobiography by Charles Chaplin
        10. [+]
          The Unbeartable Bellow by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 77-78 - 1 Review
          1. Herzog by Saul Bellow
        11. [+]
          Melange a Trois by Irving Malin, pp. 79-80 - 1 Review
          1. Cabot Wright Begins by James Purdy
      3. [+]
        April 1965 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Editorial: The Year of the Lemming?, pp. 5-6
        2. Politics: In California They Vote 'Yes' on 'No', pp. 7-10
        3. Letters: Dooley Catholics and Viet Nam, pp. 11-14
        4. Black Mammies of Royal Street by Michael Alexander, pp. 15-18
        5. The Minority Mandate by Arthur I. Waskow, pp. 19-23
        6. Barbie and Her Friends by Donovan Bess, pp. 24-30
        7. Pious Propaganda by Guenter Lewy, pp. 31-35
        8. The Times They are A-Changin' by Ralph J. Gleason, pp. 36-38
        9. We Shall Overcome by Helen Nestor and Michael Alexander, pp. 39-48
        10. Quest for the ETA by William P. Chapin, pp. 49-54
        11. Edith, Ian and All That by Martin Turnell, pp. 55-59
        12. [+]
          My Father, the Child by Jonathan Ketchum, pp. 60-61 - 1 Review
          1. The Words by Jean-Paul Sartre
        13. [+]
          A Brogue Without Breath by Thomas Flanagan, pp. 62-66 - 1 Review
          1. Thy Tears Might Cease by Michael Farrell
      4. [+]
        May 1965 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Editorial: LBJ and the Politics of Theology, pp. 3-6
        2. London: The First Burst of Churchilliana by Terence Prittie, pp. 7-8
        3. Opinion: The Triple Revolution by W.H. Ferry, pp. 9-12
        4. Letters: The Psychology of Berkeley, pp. 13-15
        5. The FBI and Organized Crime by Fred J. Cook, pp. 16-26
        6. The Little Brothers by John Howard Griffin, pp. 27-32
        7. Pictures for an Ossuary by Harry Stiehl, pp. 33-37
        8. Bunuel by Judy Stone, pp. 38-45
        9. The Shame of the Cities: McComb, Mississippi by John Beecher, pp. 46-55
        10. [+]
          "Que Hombre" by Kurt Reinhardt, pp. 56-58 - 1 Review
          1. Teilhard de Chardin: Pilgrim of the Future by Neville Braybrooke
        11. [+]
          The Polish Question by Robert Tracy, pp. 59-61 - 1 Review
          1. Shakespeare Our Contemporary by Jan Kott
        12. [+]
          Zones of Prejudice by Stanley Lichtenstein, pp. 62-66 - 1 Review
          1. Public Regulation of the Religious Use of Land by James E. Curry
      5. [+]
        June 1965 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Editorial: Our 'Niggers' in Asia, p. 3
        2. Opinion: Reflections on the Pacem in Terris Convocation by Frank Keegan, pp. 4-7
        3. London: Struggle Over the Schools by Terence Prittie, pp. 8-10
        4. Letters: Herzog on Bellow, pp. 11-16
        5. Introduction: The Yellow Rose of Texas by Edward M. Keating, pp. 17-18
        6. Five Battles of Selma by Warren Hinckle and David Welsh, pp. 19-21
        7. I. Battle of the Bridge, pp. 22-28
        8. II. Show of Force, pp. 29-35
        9. III. Charge of the Bible Brigade, pp. 36-40
        10. IV. The Infiltration, pp. 41-45
        11. V. The Shadow Brigade, pp. 46-52
        12. Graham Greene: The Man Within by Martin Turnell, pp. 53-66
      6. [+]
        July 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editorial: Coexistence or No Existence, p. 3
        2. London: Budget Blues by Terence Prittie, pp. 4-5
        3. Cinema: The Perils of Pauline (Kael) by Stanley Eichelbaum, pp. 6-7
        4. Letters: More Bellows on Bellow, pp. 8-9
        5. The Cover, pp. 10-14
        6. The Unreasonable Question, p. 15
        7. The "Vietnam Lobby" by Robert Scheer and Warren Hinckle, pp. 16-24
        8. Four Views on Southeast Asia by Robert Scheer, pp. 25-31
        9. II. A View from the Prince: Interview by Prince Sihanouk, pp. 32-33
        10. III. A View from Djakarta by William Worthy, pp. 34-40
        11. IV. A View from Washington by Marcus Raskin, pp. 41-44
        12. Legacy of Terezin, pp. 45-54
        13. [+]
          West's New Morality by Saul Landau, pp. 55-57 - 1 Review
          1. The Ambassador by Morris L. West
        14. [+]
          Millis' Demilitarization by Arthur I. Waskow, pp. 58-60 - 1 Review
          1. An End to Arms by Walter Millis
        15. [+]
          Mystery of Evil by Ettore Da Fano, pp. 61-62 - 1 Review
          1. The Holocaust Kingdom by Alexander Donat
        16. [+]
          The Quiet American by Robert Scheer, pp. 63-66 - 1 Review
          1. The Making of a Quagmire by David Halberstam
      7. [+]
        August 1965 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Editorial: The Wagner-Wallace Syndrome by William Stringfellow, pp. 5-10
        2. Art: The 'Cactus Curtain' Rebel by Judy Stone, pp. 11-13
        3. London: End of a 'Cordiale' Friendship by Terence Prittie, pp. 14-15
        4. Letters: Barbie Versus Snugglebun, pp. 16-17
        5. Dominique Georges Pire: A Special Report by Bradford Daniel, pp. 18-23
        6. Doctrine of the Fraternal Dialogue by Dominique Georges Pire, pp. 24-26
        7. A Visit to Huy by John Howard Griffin, pp. 27-30
        8. The Fictitious Freedom of the Press by Howard Gossage, pp. 31-36
        9. Art: Paintings by Philip C. Curtis, pp. 37-44
        10. C. Wright Mills: The Last Six Months by Saul Landau, pp. 45-54
        11. Memories of Zanzibar by Joel Lieber, pp. 55-58
        12. [+]
          Some 'Got Rhythm' by James F. Colaianni, pp. 59-60 - 1 Review
          1. The Experience of Marriage by Michael Novak
        13. [+]
          Advertising's Thurber by William L. Rivers, pp. 61-62 - 1 Review
          1. Danger: Men Talking by William H. Schneider
        14. [+]
          Renard's "Broken Wing" by Kurt F. Reinhardt, pp. 63-66 - 1 Review
          1. The Journal of Jules Renard by Louise Bogan, Elizabeth Roget, and Jules Renard
      8. [+]
        September 1965 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Editorial: The Lesion of Decency, pp. 3-4
        2. Travel: The Road to Jerusalem by Gerald M. Feigen, pp. 5-7
        3. Et Cetera: SNNC Marching Orders, p. 8
        4. Letters: War in the South and Southeast, pp. 9-13
        5. No Dice for Braceros by William Turner, pp. 14-26
        6. To the Rear, March! 1965-1940 by John Beecher, pp. 27-32
        7. In Defence of Judas by Paul Claudel, pp. 33-37
        8. Homage to Jean Cocteau by Wallace Fowlie, pp. 38-42
        9. The Legion of Decency: What's Nude? by Judy Stone, pp. 43-55
        10. [+]
          Southwest Freedom Writer by William L. Rivers, pp. 56-57 - 1 Review
          1. I Write for Freedom by Thomas M. Storke
        11. [+]
          Edwardian Smoke Screen by Robert Tracy, pp. 58-60 - 1 Review
          1. Edwardian England, 1901-1914 by Simon Nowell-Smith
        12. [+]
          Son of Naked City by Saul Landau, p. 61 - 1 Review
          1. City Psychiatric by Frank Leonard
        13. [+]
          Kissin' Cousins by John Rosenberg, pp. 62-68 - 1 Review
          1. "I Do So Politely" by Robert Canzoneri
        14. 'Sex and the Single Playboy'
      9. [+]
        October 1965 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. Editorial, p. 5
        2. The World Court and the Great Boy Scout , pp. 5-6
        3. London: Majestic Beatle Encomium by Terence Prittie, p. 7
        4. Travel: Marienbad in Cyprus by Gerald M. Feigen, pp. 8-12
        5. Et Cetera by Lewis Z. Koch, p. 13
        6. This Revolting Geneartion by Robert McAfee Brown, pp. 14-15
        7. Letters, p. 16
        8. Mulls on Mulls , p. 17
        9. Gossage's Messages , p. 18
        10. The Peerless Pire , p. 18
        11. Prologue, p. 19
        12. 'Mischief' of 1417, pp. 20-23
        13. Prophet of Doom?, pp. 24-27
        14. Puppets of Doom? by James F. Colaianni, pp. 28-30
        15. 3 Views by Arthur A. Cohen, p. 31
        16. A Catholic's Foreboding by Edward M. Keating, pp. 32-33
        17. A Protestant's Disenchantment by William Stringfellow, p. 34
        18. A Hard Day's Knights by Jonathan Cott, pp. 35-42
        19. Journey Up North by Louis E. Lomax, pp. 43-52
        20. Street Scene Stealers by R.G. Davis, pp. 53-58
        21. The Human Management of the News by John P. Sisk, pp. 59-63
        22. Manifesto by Ralph J. Gleason, p. 64
        23. [+]
          Simone a Go Go by Nelson Algren, pp. 65-66 - 1 Review
          1. After the War: Force of Circumstance, 1944-1952 by Simone de Beauvoir
        24. [+]
          Rynne Gold by Bishop James A. Pike, p. 67 - 1 Review
          1. The Third Session by Xavier Rynne
        25. [+]
          999/1000 Plus One by Nat Hentoff, p. 68 - 1 Review
          1. Born to Win by Woody Guthrie and Robert Shelton
        26. [+]
          Man with the Golden Charm by Ralph J. Gleason, p. 69 - 1 Review
          1. Notes from a Sea Diary by Nelson Algren
        27. [+]
          The Poverty of Reform by Paul Booth, pp. 70-71 - 1 Review
          1. From the Depths by Robert H. Bremner
        28. Miscellany by Danny Lyon, pp. 72-73
        29. No Comment Department, pp. 74-78
      10. [+]
        November 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. A Message of Singular Importance From the People of Vietnam by Robert S. Browne, p. 2
        2. Editorial, pp. 3-4
        3. London: TV or not TV by Terence Prittie, p. 5
        4. Opinion: Underneath the Anguish by Fred Krinsky, pp. 6-9
        5. "Massah LBJ and His Nigrahs" by Saul Landau, pp. 10-11
        6. Letters, p. 12
        7. New Deal For Algeria by David Welsh, pp. 13-19
        8. The Liberator by Truman Nelson, pp. 20-29
        9. The Rest of Ronald Reagan by Jessica Mitford, pp. 30-41
        10. Proposals For a War Constitution by Arthur I. Waskow, pp. 42-44
        11. The Last Jew In America by Leslie A. Fiedler, pp. 45-60
        12. Letters from the Editors by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 61-64
        13. [+]
          Putting the Cold War on Ice by Joseph S. Clark, pp. 65-66 - 1 Review
          1. After Twenty Years by Richard J. Barnet and Marcus G. Raskin
        14. [+]
          Bacchus Unbound by Albert Bendich, pp. 67-69 - 1 Review
          1. Report from a Chinese Village by Jan Myrdal
        15. Miscellany by Jerrold Greenberg, pp. 70-74
        16. Index to Volume 3, pp. 75-78
        17. The Compleat Candidate
      11. [+]
        December 1965 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Editorial: Pax Americana, p. 3
        2. Opinion: Collaring the Bishops by Rev. Paul Zeller, pp. 4-5
        3. London: It's Only Made of Clay by Terence Prittie, pp. 6-8
        4. Rebuttal: A Brief on Rosenberg's Judgment by Lucius E. Woods, pp. 9-10
        5. Another Guide To The Vatican Council by Robert McAfee Brown, pp. 11-15
        6. Letters, pp. 16-18
        7. The Winner's War by Robert Scheer, pp. 19-22
        8. Vietnam Album by Bernard B. Fall, pp. 23-29
        9. Where The Saints Go Marching Out by John Beecher, pp. 30-35
        10. The Art of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth by Dugald Stermer, pp. 36-41
        11. Supersam by Arnold Toynbee, pp. 42-49
        12. Death In Kentucky by David Welsh, pp. 50-64
        13. [+]
          Old Cold Warriors, Hot Young Scholars by Carl Marzani, pp. 65-71 - 2 Reviews
          1. Atomic Diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam by Gar Alperovitz
          2. The Free World Colossus by David Horowitz
        14. [+]
          Politics and Pinktoes by Ralph J. Gleason, pp. 72-73 - 1 Review
          1. Writers and Politics by Conor Cruise O'Brien
        15. [+]
          Alice in Bondland by Saul Landau, pp. 74-78 - 1 Review
          1. The Looking Glass War by John le Carre
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1966 = 10 Issues, 147 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1966 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Editorial, p. 3
        2. Opinion by Peter Riga, pp. 4-8
        3. Et Cetera by Patricia Bosworth, pp. 9-14
        4. Letters, pp. 15-17
        5. There He Was In Person Humphrey Bogart!, pp. 18-25
        6. The Chanukah Hangup by Earl Shorris, pp. 26-29
        7. The Case of the Spies Who Weren't by Rex Stout, pp. 30-34
        8. Centerfold: ImpPress NonSense by Dugald Stermer, pp. 35-42
        9. Scattered Shadows by John Howard Griffin, pp. 43-57
        10. The Man Who Spent His Life Shooting War by Judy Stone, pp. 58-63
        11. [+]
          The Geismar Dreiser by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 64-66 - 2 Reviews
          1. Theodore Dreiser: A New Dimension by Marguerite Tjader
          2. Dreiser by W.A. Swanberg
        12. First and Last True Account by Jonathan Cott, pp. 67-69
        13. [+]
          Barefoot in a Marshmallow World by Michael Rossman, pp. 70-73 - 2 Reviews
          1. Berkeley: The New Student Revolt by Hal Draper
          2. Revolution at Berkeley by Michael V. Miller and Susan Gilmore
        14. No Comment Dept by Anselm Atkins, pp. 74-78
      2. [+]
        February 1966 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Bestiary by Edward Sorel, p. 2
        2. Editorial, p. 3
        3. Interview by Robert Scheer, pp. 4-5
        4. Travel by G.M. Feigen, pp. 6-10
        5. Letters, p. 11
        6. "The whole thing was a lie!" by Don Duncan, pp. 12-24
        7. Metropoly, pp. 25-50
        8. Blood on the Doves (an excerpt) by Maude Hutchins, pp. 51-65
        9. [+]
          The Army's Longest Recruiting Pamphlet by Don Duncan, pp. 66-67 - 1 Review
          1. The Green Berets by Robin Moore
        10. [+]
          Thinker in a Time of Dearth by Kurt F. Reinhardt, pp. 68-73 - 1 Review
          1. Heidegger: Through Phenomenology to Thought by William J. Richardson
        11. Art by Sidney Bernard, pp. 74-78
      3. [+]
        March 1966 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Bestiary by Edward Sorel, p. 2
        2. Editorial by Mike Quill, p. 3
        3. Etcetera by Paul Jacobs, pp. 4-5
        4. Opinion by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, pp. 6-7
        5. Letters, pp. 8-10
        6. The Strike that Nobody Understood by Gene Marine, pp. 11-15
        7. Thoreau and the Paralysis of Individualism by Truman Nelson, pp. 16-26
        8. Bob Dylan: The Children's Crusade by Ralph J. Gleason, pp. 27-35
        9. Frantz Fanon by Ralph J. Gleason, pp. 36-37
        10. Colonial War and Mental Disorders by Frantz Fanon, pp. 38-41
        11. Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon, pp. 42-50
        12. Miscellany by Warren Sloat, pp. 51-52
        13. [+]
          Review Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, by Alex Pr... by William Walden, pp. 53-54 - 1 Review
          1. Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics by Alex Preminger, Frank J. Warnke, and O.B. Hardison, Jr., ...
        14. [+]
          Review The Positive Thinkers, by Donald B. Meyer by Milton Kotler, p. 55 - 1 Review
          1. The Positive Thinkers by Donald B. Meyer
        15. Art by Kurt F. Reinhardt, pp. 56-62
      4. [+]
        April 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Bestiary by Edward Sorel, p. 2
        2. Editorial, pp. 3-4
        3. Opinion by Christian Geissler, pp. 5-7
        4. Travel by G.m. Feigen, pp. 8-9
        5. Letters, p. 10
        6. MSU: The University on the Make, pp. 11-22
        7. The Guerrilla Priest by Adolfo Gilly, pp. 23-28
        8. Totalitarian Capital with Acanthus by Gene Marine, pp. 29-33
        9. [+]
          Understanding Marshall McLuhan by Howard Gossage, pp. 34-39 - 1 Review
          1. Understanding Media by Marshall McLuhan
        10. The Brave Music by Harry Stiehl, pp. 40-41
        11. LSD: The Acid Test by Donovan Bess, pp. 42-48
        12. Journals of an Artist's Trip by Hariette Frances, pp. 49-50
        13. [+]
          Review In Cold Blood, by Truman Capote by Don Carpenter, p. 51 - 1 Review
          1. In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
        14. [+]
          Review Coming of Age in America, by Edgar Z. Friedenberg by Ken Jacobson, pp. 52-54 - 1 Review
          1. Coming of Age in America by Edgar Z. Friedenberg
        15. [+]
          Review Coming of Age in America, by Edgar Z. Friedenberg by Gilbert R. Davis, pp. 55-57 - 1 Review
          1. Coming of Age in America by Edgar Z. Friedenberg
        16. Photography: China at f 5.6 by Felix Greene, pp. 58-62
      5. [+]
        June 1966 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Bestiary by Edward Sorel, p. 2
        2. Editorial, p. 3
        3. Miscellany by James O'Connell, pp. 4-5
        4. Colloquy by Nicholas Samstag, p. 6
        5. Opinion by James F. Colaianni, pp. 6-8
        6. Letters, pp. 9-10
        7. A Profile in Courage by Warren Hinckle, pp. 11-18
        8. Caprichos, p. 19
        9. Part I by Thomas Bransten, pp. 20-23
        10. Part II by David Welsh, pp. 24-28
        11. Part III by Morton Beebe, pp. 29-31
        12. Landscape In Concrete by Jakov Lind, pp. 32-50
        13. Notes on a Native Son by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 51-57
        14. [+]
          Books by Frederick C. Mitchell, pp. 58-62 - 1 Review
          1. King and Cartography of Northwestern New Spain by Ernest J. Burrus
      6. [+]
        July 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Editorial, p. 3
        2. Military by Don Duncan, pp. 4-5
        3. Opinion by Marcus Raskin, p. 6
        4. Travel by G.M. Feigen, pp. 7-8
        5. Letters, pp. 9-10
        6. Charlie's Long March by Jean Lacouture, pp. 11-14
        7. The Torture of Mothers by Truman Nelson, pp. 15-27
        8. Fiction by Allen Wheelis, pp. 28-36
        9. Tales of the Delano Revolution by Paul Jacobs, pp. 37-39
        10. The Tale of The Raza by Luis Valdez, pp. 40-42
        11. The Nun's Tale by Sister Mary Prudence, p. 43
        12. The Organizer's Tale by Cesar Chavez, pp. 43-50
        13. A Government of the Black by Christopher Jencks and Milton Kotler, pp. 51-54
        14. Theatre by Luis Valdez, pp. 55-57
        15. [+]
          Review Walk in Your Soul, by Jack Frederick Kilpatric... by William Mathes, p. 58 - 1 Review
          1. Walk in Your Soul by Jack Frederick Kilpatrick and Anna Gritts Kilpatrick, ...
        16. [+]
          Cinema Review by Alvah Bessie, pp. 59-61 - 1 Review
          1. To Die in Madrid (1965 Film) by Frederic Rossif
        17. Art by Charles Schorre, pp. 62-66
        18. The Hawks
      7. [+]
        August 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Sorel's Bestiary, p. 2
        2. Editorial, p. 3
        3. Reminiscence by Jack Wahle, pp. 4-5
        4. Opinion by Peter Viereck, pp. 6-7
        5. Letters, pp. 8-10
        6. What Uncle Sam Doesn't Know by Donald Figg, pp. 11-14
        7. Letters from Prison by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 15-26
        8. Voodoo et le Bon Dieu by G.M. Feigen, pp. 27-30
        9. War Catalogue of Penn University by Sol Stern, pp. 31-40
        10. Soprano on West 15th Street by Gene Marine, pp. 41-45
        11. Napalm: A Smalltown Diary by James F. Colaianni, pp. 46-50
        12. Literati: William Burroughs by Sidney Bernard, p. 51
        13. Music: Stravinsky at 84 by Jonathan Cott, pp. 52-55
        14. [+]
          Reviews by Don Duncan, p. 56 - 1 Review
          1. South Vietnam
        15. [+]
          Review Player Piano, by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. by J.J. Clyde, Jr., p. 57 - 1 Review
          1. Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
        16. Art: Czechoslovak Cinema Posters, pp. 58-62
      8. [+]
        October 1966 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Editorial, p. 3
        2. Opinion by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 4-7
        3. A Devout Meditation in Memory of Adolf Eichmann by Thomas Merton, pp. 8-9
        4. Letters, p. 10
        5. "Golly Gee California is a Strange Place", pp. 11-33
        6. Obituaries on Lenny Bruce by Ralph Gleason and Paul Krassner, pp. 34-38
        7. Ronnie for Governor? by Bob Abel and Dick Guindon, pp. 39-41
        8. How to Talk to Mr. Ho by Jean Lacouture, pp. 42-46
        9. The California Natural History Guidebook by Gene Holtan, pp. 47-50
        10. [+]
          Review The Big Knockover, by Dashiell Hammett and Lil... by Don Carpenter, p. 51 - 1 Review
          1. The Big Knockover by Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman
        11. [+]
          Review Too Far to Walk, by John Hersey by Saul Landau, pp. 52-54 - 1 Review
          1. Too Far to Walk by John Hersey
        12. Media by Christopher Koch, pp. 55-57
        13. Art by Brian St. Pierre, pp. 58-62
      9. [+]
        November 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editorial, p. 3
        2. Opinion by Marshall Windmiller, pp. 4-5
        3. America's Foreign Legion by Sol Stern, pp. 6-9
        4. Letters, p. 10
        5. White Power by Dugald Stermer, pp. 11-12
        6. "I've Got Nothing Against the Colored" by Gene Marine, pp. 13-18
        7. The Disunion of South Africa by Adam Hochschild, pp. 19-22
        8. Charles Engelhard by Paul Jacobs, pp. 23-28
        9. In the Shadow of Dallas, pp. 29-30
        10. Editorials by Penn Jones, Jr., pp. 31-38
        11. The Legacy of Penn Jones, Jr. by David Welsh, pp. 39-50
        12. I was a Burglar, etc. for the FBI by William Turner, pp. 51-55
        13. Wichita Vortex Sutra by Allen Ginsberg, pp. 56-58
        14. [+]
          Books by Jacob Brackman and Faye Levine, pp. 59-61 - 5 Reviews
          1. Inquest by Edward Jay Epstein
          2. Whitewash by Harold Weisberg
          3. Rush to Judgment by Mark Lane
          4. Time of Assassins by Ulov G.K. Leboeuf
          5. Oswald: Patsy Without Portfolio by Leopold Zaftig
        15. Press: Genesis by Paul Krassner, pp. 62-65
        16. Art by Arthur Secunda and Jan Thunholm, pp. 66-70
      10. [+]
        December 1966 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Opinion by Marcus Raskin, pp. 3-5
        2. Of Fish and Fishermen by Howard Zinn, pp. 6-9
        3. Letters, p. 10
        4. Flyboys of the CIA by David Welsh, pp. 11-18
        5. Feasibility of Biological Recovery by Barry Commoner, pp. 19-20
        6. Scenarios of Disaster, pp. 21-25
        7. "MacBird" by Barbara Garson, pp. 26-38
        8. Color Black Gloomy by Adam Hochschild and Gene Marine, pp. 39-43
        9. Making South America Safe by James Petras, pp. 44-50
        10. Dance by Jack Anderson, pp. 51-53
        11. Society by Paul Krassner, p. 54
        12. Cinema by Jonathan Middlebrook, pp. 54-55
        13. Theatre by Joan Simon, pp. 56-57
        14. Media by Dugald Stermer, pp. 58-62
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1967 = 12 Issues, 160 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1967 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 5-7
        2. Editorials, pp. 8-9
        3. A War Against children , pp. 10-11
        4. The South by David Welsh, pp. 12-15
        5. The War, pp. 16-17
        6. Society by Paul Krassner, pp. 18-19
        7. Manners and Morals by Ralph J. Gleason, p. 20
        8. Autobiography by Julian Bond, p. 21
        9. Travel by G.M. Feigen, pp. 22-23
        10. Issues and Answers by Dick Gregory, p. 24
        11. [+]
          The Emperor's Court by Adam Hochschild, pp. 25-26 - 1 Review
          1. Lyndon B. Johnson: The Exercise of Power by Rowland Evans and Robert D. Novak
        12. [+]
          The Masses Rise Again by Susan Griffin Levy, p. 27 - 1 Review
          1. Echoes of Revolt: The Masses, 1911-1917 by William L. O'Neill
        13. Art by Dugald Stermer, pp. 28-30
        14. The Bishop's Not for Burning by Lester Kinsolving, pp. 31-34
        15. Johnson and the Oil Men by Robert G. Sherrill, pp. 35-36
        16. Theology & Sex by Marc Oraison, pp. 37-43
        17. The Children of Vietnam by Dr. Benjamin Spock, p. 44
        18. Photographs and Text by William F. Pepper, pp. 45-68
        19. The Minutemen by Bill Turner, pp. 69-76
        20. The Case for Three Assassins by David Welsh and David Lifton, pp. 77-102
      2. [+]
        February 1967 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Sorel's Bestiary, pp. 2-10
        2. A Political Portrait of Robert Kennedy by Robert Scheer, pp. 11-17
        3. A Letters from Jail by David Welsh, pp. 18-19
        4. The Letter by Jack Ruby, pp. 20-21
        5. An Open Letter to Yevtushenko by Stephen Schneck, pp. 22-25
        6. Who's Afraid of Little Annie Fanny? by Gene Marine, pp. 26-30
        7. The Defense Intellectuals by Sol Stern, pp. 31-37
        8. Five Poems by Jorge Luis Borges, pp. 38-40
        9. Saigon (A.P.) (U.P.I.) Etc., pp. 41-46
        10. In N.Y., I Only Shoot Straight by Jacob Brackman, pp. 47-62
      3. [+]
        March 1967 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Correspondence, pp. 2-4
        2. The Social History of the Hippies by Warren Hinckle, pp. 5-26
        3. The Death of a President by Adam Hochschild, pp. 27-28
        4. NSA and the CIA by Sol Stern, pp. 29-39
        5. The Passamaquoddy Indians by David Welsh, pp. 40-45
        6. Sartre: The Marxist Phase by H. Stuart Hughes, pp. 46-49
        7. An Epilogue... by Michael Wood, p. 50
        8. ...And A Judgment by Marcus Raskin, p. 51
        9. [+]
          Review Hell's Angels, by Hunter S. Thompson by Stephen Schneck, p. 52 - 1 Review
          1. Hell's Angels by Hunter S. Thompson
        10. Sorel's Bestiary: The Jackal, pp. 53-55
        11. [+]
          Review The Viet Cong, by Douglas E. Pike by Tom Hayden, p. 56 - 1 Review
          1. The Viet Cong by Douglas E. Pike
        12. [+]
          Review Senator Fulbright: Portrait of a Public Philos... by William Appleman Williams, pp. 57-58 - 1 Review
          1. Senator Fulbright: Portrait of a Public Philosopher by Tristram Coffin
        13. [+]
          Review The Territorial Imperative, by Robert Ardrey by Judith Marine, pp. 59-62 - 1 Review
          1. The Territorial Imperative by Robert Ardrey
      4. [+]
        April 1967 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 3
        2. Editorial, p. 4
        3. Society by Paul Krassner, p. 5
        4. Media by Dugald Stermer, pp. 5-7
        5. Opinion by William Turner, pp. 8-9
        6. My Father and Stokely Carmichael by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 10-14
        7. Special Reports, pp. 15-28
        8. Sanctuary by Donald Duncan, pp. 29-33
        9. America the Raped---Part I by Gene Marine, pp. 34-45
        10. [+]
          Book Reviews by Noam Chomsky, p. 46 - 1 Review
          1. The Bitter Heritage by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
        11. Sorel's Bestiary, pp. 47-55
        12. [+]
          Review Friendship and Fratricide, by Meyer A. Zeligs by Peter Collier, pp. 56-62 - 1 Review
          1. Friendship and Fratricide by Meyer A. Zeligs
      5. [+]
        May 1967 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 3-4
        2. Sorel's Bestiary, p. 5
        3. Editorial, p. 6
        4. Opinion by Adam Hochschild, pp. 6-14
        5. Lord Russell by Robert Scheer, pp. 15-21
        6. Moscow in the Wilderness by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, pp. 22-23
        7. Wartime Washington by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 24-29
        8. "And Blessed be the Fruit" by Don Duncan, pp. 30-31
        9. Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam by Martin Luther King Jr., pp. 32-39
        10. America the Raped---Part II by Gene Marine, pp. 40-49
        11. [+]
          Book Review by Jessica Mitford, pp. 50-53 - 1 Review
          1. The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, 1872-1914 by Bertrand Russell
        12. The Stage by Stephen Schneck, pp. 54-55
        13. Belles Lettres, pp. 56-60
      6. [+]
        June 1967 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Correspondence, pp. 3-5
        2. Speculation by Paul Jacobs, pp. 6-9
        3. Opinion by Dr. Jean Mayer, p. 10
        4. Nobody Knows My Name by Gene Marine, pp. 11-16
        5. The Inquest by William W. Turner, pp. 17-29
        6. The Unfinished Revolution by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 30-35
        7. Fiction by Richard Frede, pp. 36-45
        8. Death of a Democracy by Stephen Rousseas, pp. 46-50
        9. [+]
          Review The Death of a President, by William Manchester by Leo Sauvage, pp. 51-55 - 1 Review
          1. The Death of a President by William Manchester
        10. [+]
          Review The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston, by Si... by Thomas Flanagan, pp. 56-62 - 1 Review
          1. The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston by Siegfried Sassoon
      7. [+]
        July 1967 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 2-9
        2. A Time to Heal by Paul Jacobs, p. 10
        3. Israel is not Vietnam by Michael Walzer and Martin Peretz, pp. 11-14
        4. America's Night of the Generals by Marcus Raskin, pp. 15-18
        5. Invasion Plans by David Welsh, pp. 19-21
        6. Picture Essay by Lee Lockwood, pp. 22-28
        7. Drama by Peter Ustinov, pp. 29-40
        8. The Future of Israel by I.F. Stone, pp. 41-44
        9. Abortion Reform by Gene Marine and Art Goldberg, pp. 45-49
        10. The Levy Trial by Donald Duncan and J.A.C. Dunn, pp. 50-56
        11. The Hippocratic Revolt by Peter G. Bourne, M.D., pp. 57-58
        12. Belles Lettres by Peter Collier, pp. 59-61
        13. [+]
          Review Power in America, by David T. Bazelon by Edgar Z. Friedenberg, pp. 62-68 - 1 Review
          1. Power in America by David T. Bazelon
      8. [+]
        September 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-5
        2. Cops by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 6-7
        3. Media by William W. Turner, pp. 8-13
        4. Opinion by Jean Lacouture, pp. 14-15
        5. The Fire this Time by Noam Chomsky, pp. 16-21
        6. Romiossini or Of Things Greek by Iannis Ritsos, pp. 22-23
        7. America's Black Guerrillas by Sol Stern, pp. 24-27
        8. Science Fiction by Paul Goodman, pp. 28-30
        9. The Mystery of B. Traven by Judy Stone, pp. 31-49
        10. On Regis Debray by Adam Hochschild, pp. 50-51
        11. Excerpts by Regis Debray, pp. 52-55
        12. With Guatemala's Guerrillas by Eduardo Galeano, pp. 56-59
        13. Position Paper of the Committee of Returned Volunteers, pp. 60-63
        14. [+]
          Review Like a Conquered Province, by Paul Goodman by Studs Terkel, pp. 64-65 - 1 Review
          1. Like a Conquered Province by Paul Goodman
        15. [+]
          Review Inside the FBI, by Norman Ollestad by William W. Turner, pp. 66-70 - 1 Review
          1. Inside the FBI by Norman Ollestad
        16. [+]
          Review Los Angeles: The Ultimate City, by Christopher... by Richard Ellmann, pp. 71-74 - 1 Review
          1. Los Angeles: The Ultimate City by Christopher Rand
      9. [+]
        September 7, 1967 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Apologia, pp. 4-5
        2. Assassinations by Mahmoud Abdel-Hadi, pp. 6-7
        3. Epstein's Garrison by William Turner, pp. 8-11
        4. Law by Sidney E. Zion, pp. 12-13
        5. The CIA by John Spitzer, p. 14
        6. Politics by James Rising, p. 15
        7. Inside Reporting, p. 16
        8. Welcome to Chicago by Lowen Berman and Glen Thureson, pp. 17-23
        9. Meet the Men Who Own It by Clark Kissinger and Paul Booth, pp. 24-30
        10. Biafra, pp. 31-33
        11. Let Them Eat Oil by Robert Fitch and Mary Oppenheimer, pp. 34-38
        12. The Case for Bugging by Hal Lipset, Private Eye, pp. 39-40
        13. A Paranoid's Guide to Bugging, pp. 41-44
        14. What Makes Al Lowenstein Run? by Paul Cowan, pp. 45-51
        15. Encyclicals by Warren Hinckle, pp. 52-55
        16. The HHH/Sgt. Shriver Axis by Jack Newfield, pp. 56-57
        17. [+]
          Blacking Out by Peter Collier, pp. 58-59 - 1 Review
          1. Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone by James Baldwin
        18. Correspondence, pp. 60-64
      10. [+]
        October 1967 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 4-9
        2. Opinion by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 10-13
        3. Military by Thomas R. Bransten, pp. 14-20
        4. Mercenary Job Wanted by Ted B. Braden, pp. 21-26
        5. The Spectre of the Che Guevara, pp. 27-30
        6. Pictorial by Stephen Schneck, pp. 31-35
        7. Pacification in Vietnam by David Welsh, pp. 36-41
        8. The Framing of Andreas Papandreou by Andreas Vachliotis and Kyrriakos Diakogannis, pp. 42-46
        9. The House of Synanon by Peter Collier, pp. 47-54
        10. Conversations with B. Traven by Judy Stone, pp. 55-69
        11. A Reader's Guide to B. Traven, pp. 70-76
      11. [+]
        November 1967 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-5
        2. Sculpture by Jonathan Middlebrook, pp. 6-7
        3. Recordings by Nat Hentoff, pp. 8-13
        4. Left Wing Catholics by Warren Hinckle, pp. 14-26
        5. Pictorial by Ken Kesey, pp. 27-30
        6. The NLF's Program by Sol Stern, pp. 31-33
        7. Novel: The Man Who Cried I Am by John A. Williams, pp. 34-83
        8. A Nasser Thesis by Robert Scheer, pp. 84-98
        9. Chicago's "Black Caucus", pp. 99-116
      12. [+]
        December 1967 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 4-9
        2. Society by Paul Krassner, pp. 10-11
        3. Diplomacy by Hunton Downs, pp. 12-19
        4. The Legacy of Che Guevara by I.F. Stone, pp. 20-23
        5. Ordering Infernal Machines by Don Duncan, pp. 24-27
        6. "Hell No We Won't Go!", pp. 28-33
        7. "The War Is Over" by Jonathan Mirsky, pp. 34-42
        8. 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 by Richard Brautigan, pp. 43-45
        9. THe case for Black Separatism by Robert S. Browne, pp. 46-51
        10. LBJ's Favorite Construction Co. by David Welsh, pp. 52-64
        11. Reassessing Eric Hoffer by Peter Collier, pp. 65-70
        12. [+]
          Smetana and the Beetles by Albert E. Kahn, pp. 71-76 - 1 Review
          1. Twenty Letters to a Friend by Svetlana Alliluyeva
        13. [+]
          Review Why Are We in Vietnam?, by Norman Mailer by William M. Chace, pp. 77-79 - 1 Review
          1. Why Are We in Vietnam? by Norman Mailer
        14. [+]
          Review Trout Fishing in America, by Richard Brautigan by Stephen Schneck, pp. 80-86 - 1 Review
          1. Trout Fishing in America by Richard Brautigan
        15. [+]
          Review The Ticket That Exploded, by William S. Burroughs by Gary Snyder, pp. 87-94 - 1 Review
          1. The Ticket That Exploded by William S. Burroughs
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1968 = 14 Issues, 118 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1968 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-11
        2. "The Man Who Died" by Peter Collier, pp. 12-13
        3. I Rise in Flame, Cried the Phoenix by Tennessee Williams, pp. 14-17
        4. The Paintings, pp. 18-19
        5. The Post-War Israeli Left by Maurice Zeitlin, pp. 20-25
        6. Memoirs o fhte Revolutionary War by Che Guevara, pp. 26-35
        7. Oil and the Arabs by Robert Scheer, pp. 36-42
        8. The Garrison Commission by William W. Turner, pp. 43-70
      2. [+]
        February 1968 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 2-5
        2. Letters, pp. 6-19
        3. A Program for Liberals by Carl Oglesby, pp. 20-21
        4. Women Power by Warren Hinckle and Marianne Hinckle, pp. 22-31
        5. The Man Who Came in From the Cold (War) by Marcus G. Raskin, pp. 32-34
        6. On Genocide by Jean-Paul Sartre, pp. 35-42
        7. Catalog by Don Weller, pp. 43-45
        8. The March on the Pentagon by Allen Woode, pp. 46-52
        9. I.F. Stone by Sol Stern, pp. 53-55
        10. [+]
          Review Come and See My Shining Palace, by Nicholas Sa... by Nicholas Samstag, pp. 56-57 - 1 Review
          1. Come and See My Shining Palace by Nicholas Samstag
        11. [+]
          Review Who Rules America?, by G. William Domhoff by Todd Gitlin, pp. 58-61 - 1 Review
          1. Who Rules America? by G. William Domhoff
        12. [+]
          Movies by G.M. Feigen, pp. 62-65 - 1 Review
          1. The Comedians (1967 Film) by Peter Glenville
        13. [+]
          Valley of the Dolls Valley of the Dolls (1967 Film), by Mark Robson by Nancy Weber, pp. 66-70 - 1 Review
          1. Valley of the Dolls (1967 Film) by Mark Robson
      3. [+]
        March 1968 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 8-11
        2. Latin America, pp. 12-13
        3. Souteast Asia by David Horowitz, pp. 14-17
        4. Society by Paul Krassner, pp. 18-20
        5. In Cold Blood by Michele Ray, pp. 21-37
        6. Mao's China by K.S. Karol, pp. 38-45
        7. Art by Greta Mitchell, pp. 46-49
        8. The McCarthy Campaign by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 50-55
        9. The Regrouping of Doves by Peter Dale Scott, pp. 56-58
        10. [+]
          Faking It by Louis Goldberg, pp. 59-61 - 1 Review
          1. Making It by Norman Podhoretz
        11. [+]
          Review Dear Me, and Other Tales from My Native Sweden... by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 62-63 - 1 Review
          1. Dear Me, and Other Tales from My Native Sweden by Edita Morris
        12. [+]
          "Far from Vietnam" by R.G. Davis, p. 64 - 1 Review
          1. Far from Vietnam (1967 Film) by Chris Marker, Alain Resnais, Joris Ivens, and William Klein, ...
        13. Diaries: Santa Rita Journal by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, pp. 65-70
      4. [+]
        May 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 4-15
        2. [+]
          Cinema by Peter Collier, pp. 16-22 - 1 Review
          1. Bonnie and Clyde (1967 Film) by Arthur Penn
        3. Pictorial, pp. 23-25
        4. LBJ & the Racketeers by Michael Dorman, pp. 26-35
        5. "Good Morning" by Jules Feiffer, pp. 36-37
        6. The Sieve of Gold by Michael Hudson, pp. 38-43
        7. We Lost a Battle by Edgardo Damommio, pp. 44-45
        8. The Execution of Dr. King, pp. 46-47
        9. Requiem for Nonviolence by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 48-49
        10. Getting Eldridge Cleaver by Gene Marine, p. 50
        11. The Land Question by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 51-53
        12. The White Olympics by Jack Scott, pp. 54-61
        13. The "Peace" Candidates by Robert Scheer, pp. 62-63
        14. Mark Twain on Racism, Imperialism et al. by Maxwell Geismar, pp. 64-72
        15. Reconsidering Galbraith by Robert Fitch, pp. 73-83
        16. [+]
          Review Beyond Belief, by Emlyn Williams by William M. Chace, pp. 84-88 - 1 Review
          1. Beyond Belief by Emlyn Williams
      5. [+]
        June 15, 1968 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. The Other Week, pp. 8-14
        2. People Not in the News, pp. 15-16
        3. Essays, pp. 17-25
        4. Columbia, pp. 26-52
        5. Back-of-the-Book, pp. 53-61
        6. Correspondence, p. 62
      6. [+]
        June 29, 1968 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. Politics, pp. 4-9
        2. Business, pp. 10-13
        3. Essays, pp. 14-54
        4. Back-of-the-Book, pp. 55-63
        5. Correspondence, p. 64
      7. [+]
        July 1968 Issue = 2 Articles
        1. A Necessary Introduction by Fidel Castro, pp. 4-10
        2. The Diary of Che Guevara by Che Guevara, pp. 11-70
      8. [+]
        August 1968 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. The War, pp. 6-11
        2. New York, pp. 12-16
        3. Essays, pp. 17-63
        4. Back-of-the-Book, pp. 64-76
        5. Correspondence, pp. 77-80
      9. [+]
        August 24, 1968 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. The War, pp. 6-11
        2. Science Notes, pp. 12-17
        3. Essays, pp. 18-50
        4. Back-of-the-Book, pp. 51-59
        5. Correspondence, pp. 60-64
      10. [+]
        September 28, 1968 Issue = 2 Articles
        1. From Protest to Resistance by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 4-52
        2. Testament of a Prague Radical by Jan Kavan, pp. 53-62
      11. [+]
        October 26, 1968 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Apologia, pp. 4-5
        2. Czechoslovakia by Robert Fitch, pp. 6-11
        3. Viet-Name by Donald Duncan, pp. 12-21
        4. An Aside to Ronald Reagan by Eldridge Cleaver, p. 22
        5. Selections from the Biography of Huey P. Newton by Bobby Seale, pp. 23-34
        6. A Welfare State for the Rich by Lee Webb, pp. 35-37
        7. In Mexico ['68] by John Spitzer and Harvey Cohen, pp. 38-43
        8. Travels With the Right by Pete Hamill, pp. 44-48
        9. Rafferty by Peter Collier, pp. 49-54
        10. Slaughterhouse Five, or The Children's Crusade by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., pp. 55-73
        11. Correspondence, pp. 74-80
      12. [+]
        November 17, 1968 Issue = 4 Articles
        1. Part II, pp. 8-16
        2. "Scab" Teachers, pp. 17-33
        3. Nixon, pp. 34-40
        4. Humphrey, pp. 41-64
      13. [+]
        November 30, 1968 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Report from Section 22, pp. 6-9
        2. Communing in Meadville, pp. 10-11
        3. The Dodge Rebellion, pp. 12-13
        4. A territorial imperative, pp. 14-15
        5. Exit Panama's lesser evil, pp. 16-17
        6. New junta but same old Peru, pp. 18-19
        7. The quiet cold war over Sabah, p. 20
        8. Report from Olympic Village by Pete Hamill, pp. 21-28
        9. Woody Guthrie, Songwriter by Pete Seeger and Jo Schwartz, pp. 29-41
        10. Art: The Stamp Collection of Dirk Bach by Dirk Bach, pp. 42-43
        11. Big Brother as a Holding Company by David Horowitz and Reese Erlich, pp. 44-52
        12. The Other Week, pp. 53-60
        13. [+]
          Three novelists on their travels by Lawrence M. Bensky, pp. 61-63 - 3 Reviews
          1. Anti-Memoirs by Andre Malraux
          2. The Red Book and the Great Wall by Alberto Moravia
          3. Along the Roads of the New Russia by Hans Koningsberger
        14. [+]
          Ever a general, never a boy by Donald Duncan, p. 64 - 1 Review
          1. Westmoreland: The Inevitable General by Ernest B. Furgurson
        15. Arts & Crafts, pp. 65-67
        16. Film by John Spitzer, pp. 68-72
      14. [+]
        December 14, 1968 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. An Address by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 6-11
        2. In Defense of Chaos by Ben Shahn, pp. 12-16
        3. School's Out by Gene Marine and Reese Erlich, pp. 17-25
        4. The Last Hurrah of Cardinal Patrick Aloysius Boyle by Marianne Hinckle, pp. 26-29
        5. The Agit Pop Art of Cuba by Dugald Stermer, pp. 30-35
        6. Infiltrating Nixon by Emma Rothschild, pp. 36-39
        7. Litton Industries; Proving Poverty Pays by David Horowitz and Reese Erlich, pp. 40-52
        8. [+]
          Blacklisting Poets by James N. Johnson, pp. 53-57 - 1 Review
          1. In the Mecca by Gwendolyn Brooks
        9. [+]
          Small Worlds by William Chace, p. 58 - 1 Review
          1. Mosby's Memoirs, and Other Stories by Saul Bellow
        10. Sexology by Susan Lydon, pp. 59-62
        11. Cinema by Art Goldberg, pp. 63-64
        12. Correspondence, pp. 65-68
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1969 = 9 Issues, 87 Articles
      1. [+]
        April 1969 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Some Thoughts on the Right Way (for us) to Love the Cuban Revolution by Susan Sontag, pp. 6-19
        2. de Kooning's Women by David Sylvester, pp. 20-24
        3. A Radical Haggadah for Passover by Arthur Waskow, pp. 25-34
        4. The Oakland Seven by Terence Cannon and Reese Erlich, pp. 35-37
        5. The Foundations by David Horowitz and David Kolodney, pp. 38-48
        6. Angola by Donald Barnett, pp. 49-55
        7. Television as a Medium of Contempt by Jonathan Middlebrook, pp. 56-57
        8. Education by Michael A. Gordon, pp. 58-62
        9. [+]
          Centers of Industry by Steve Weissman, p. 63 - 1 Review
          1. The Closed Corporation by James Ridgeway
        10. [+]
          Review Oakland's Not for Burning, by Amory Bradford by Robert Treuhaft, pp. 64-65 - 1 Review
          1. Oakland's Not for Burning by Amory Bradford
        11. Correspondence, pp. 66-72
      2. [+]
        May 1969 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Cuba's Revolutionary Medicine by Willis P. Butler, M.D., pp. 6-15
        2. In Memoriam: Ben Shahn by Dugald Stermer and Ben Shahn, pp. 16-20
        3. Pacification in Viet-Nam by Roger Williams, pp. 21-24
        4. Revolution: The Game by Mary Morhoff, pp. 25-28
        5. [+]
          Portnoy's Compliance by Peter Collier, pp. 29-31 - 1 Review
          1. Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth
        6. The Other Isadora by Susan Gordon Lydon, pp. 32-35
        7. Billion Dollar Brains by David Horowitz, pp. 36-44
        8. The Perils of the Pill by Art Goldberg, pp. 45-47
        9. [+]
          Making Marx Safe for Democracy by Paul Robinson, pp. 48-51 - 1 Review
          1. The Origins of Socialism by George Lichtheim
        10. Correspondence, pp. 52-54
      3. [+]
        June 1969 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. On Eldridge Cleaver by Kathleen Cleaver, pp. 4-11
        2. Uncovering the Nerve Gas Coverup by Seymour Hersh, pp. 12-18
        3. Rock For Sale by Michael Lydon, pp. 19-24
        4. The Cia as an Equal Opportunity Employer, pp. 25-33
        5. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by W. David Gardner, pp. 34-38
        6. An Analysis by David Horowitz, pp. 39-43
        7. The Passion of Tommy Smothers by Peter Collier, pp. 44-49
        8. Reviewing the Ray Case by Bill Turner, pp. 50-54
      4. [+]
        July 1969 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 4-9
        2. O'Brien: "I want to kill a nigger" by Art Goldberg, pp. 10-18
        3. Ireland's 'Niggers' by Peter Buckman, pp. 19-22
        4. A Letter from Sweden by Susan Sontag, pp. 23-38
        5. Our Town: The War Comes to Beallsville by Jeffrey Blankfort, pp. 39-46
        6. Two Black Radicals on their Campus Struggles by Michael Thelwell, pp. 47-53
        7. From S.F. State by Dr. Nathan Hare, pp. 54-62
      5. [+]
        August 1969 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The NLF Asks the American Left by Franz Schurmann, pp. 14-22
        2. Dick & Jane (A Short Play) by Jules Feiffer, pp. 23-26
        3. Who the Hell Is Melvin Laird, Anyway? by Karl Hess, pp. 27-31
        4. King Nixon's Cabinet by Robert Grossman, pp. 32-33
        5. A Photographic Essya of the People's Park by Dugald Stermer, pp. 34-40
        6. The Dialectics of Confrontation by Robert Scheer, pp. 41-53
        7. Rampage: A Detailed Investigation into Shotgun Tactics, pp. 54-59
        8. Rocky Takes a Trip by David Horowitz, pp. 60-61
        9. Living by Joan Holden and R.G. Davis, pp. 62-65
        10. Sexploitation by Sandy Levinson, pp. 66-72
      6. [+]
        September 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. One, Two, Three...Many SDS's by Paul Glusman, pp. 6-15
        2. Hand-Me-Down Marxism and the New Left by David Horowitz, pp. 16-18
        3. Students and Workers by Paul Booth, p. 19
        4. New Left: Old Traps by Todd Gitlin, p. 20
        5. Advertorial by Dugald Stermer, pp. 21-23
        6. Eco-Catastrophe! by Dr. Paul Ehrlich, pp. 24-28
        7. Three Notes from Exile by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 29-35
        8. Rocky Builds his Dream House by W. David Gardner, pp. 36-39
        9. 20,000 Guns Under the Sea by Seymour Hersh, pp. 40-44
        10. Poetry by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, pp. 45-49
        11. The Prisoner by Donald Duncan, pp. 50-61
        12. Ephemera, pp. 62-72
      7. [+]
        October 1969 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Southern Africa, pp. 8-19
        2. About This Issue, p. 20
        3. The Black Moochie, Part I by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 21-27
        4. Barry Goldwater by Karl Hess, pp. 28-31
        5. Sinews of Empire by David Horowitz, pp. 32-42
        6. A Psychoanalytic Dialogue by Jean-Paul Sartre, pp. 43-50
        7. The ILGWU by Michael Myerson, pp. 51-55
        8. Apollo 11 by Peter Collier, pp. 56-59
        9. Publishing the Black Experience by Michael Thelwell, pp. 60-68
      8. [+]
        November 1969 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. The Black Moochie, Part II by Eldridge Cleaver, pp. 8-15
        2. After the Olympics: Buying Off Protest by Jack Scott and Harry Edwards, pp. 16-21
        3. Canyon: A Troubled Paradise by Sol Stern, pp. 22-28
        4. Dial-A-Bomb: AT&T and ABM by Joseph Goulden and Marshall Singer, pp. 29-35
        5. ABM and the MAD Strategy by John Raser, pp. 36-37
        6. Hayakawa in Thought and Action by Earl Shorris, pp. 38-42
        7. Santa Barbara: Oil in the Velvet Playground by Harvey Molotch, pp. 43-51
        8. Eulogy to Ho Chi Mihn by Franz Schurmann, pp. 52-64
      9. [+]
        December 1969 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 6-9
        2. Inside the Great Pigasus Plot by Jerry Rubin, pp. 10-19
        3. Germ Warfare by Seymour Hersh, pp. 20-30
        4. [+]
          Review How to Control the Military, by John Kenneth G... by Steve Weissman, pp. 31-35 - 1 Review
          1. How to Control the Military by John Kenneth Galbraith
        5. [+]
          3 Reviews Eldridge Cleaver: Post-Prison Writings and Spe... by Nathan Hare, pp. 36-37 - 3 Reviews
          1. Eldridge Cleaver: Post-Prison Writings and Speeches by Robert Scheer and Eldridge Cleaver
          2. The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual by Harold Cruse
          3. Rebellion or Revolution? by Harold Cruse
        6. [+]
          Review The Corporate Ideal in the Liberal State, 1900... by Murray Rothbard, pp. 38-41 - 1 Review
          1. The Corporate Ideal in the Liberal State, 1900-1918 by James Weinstein
        7. [+]
          Review The Trial of Dr. Spock, by Jessica Mitford by Malcolm Burnstein, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
          1. The Trial of Dr. Spock by Jessica Mitford
        8. Norman Mailer: Dialogue with a Non-mayor by Louis Grant, pp. 44-46
        9. Chuck Berry Lives! by Michael Lydon, pp. 47-56
        10. The Rise of Women's Liberation by Marlene Dixon, pp. 57-63
        11. Nixon's Guaranteed Annual Poverty by Linda Hunt, Gary Hunt, and Nancy Scheper, pp. 64-69
        12. Shooting Up a Rock Bonanza by Joan Holden, pp. 70-78
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 6 Years, 62 Issues, 685 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1970 = 11 Issues, 100 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1970 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 6-13
        2. The Crash of the Jefferson Airplane by Ed Leimbacher, pp. 14-17
        3. Race War at San Quentin by Robert Minton and Stephen Rice, pp. 18-24
        4. Alaska---The Ecology of Oil by Barry Weisberg, pp. 25-33
        5. Crisis in Construction, pp. 34-38
        6. The Chicago Conspiracy Trial by Paul Glusman, pp. 39-47
        7. LSD and SDS, and Little Lambs Eat Ivy by Paul Krassner, p. 48
        8. [+]
          Review The Four-Gated City, by Doris Lessing by Susan Lydon, pp. 48-51 - 1 Review
          1. The Four-Gated City by Doris Lessing
        9. [+]
          Review The Making of a Counter Culture, by Theodore R... by William M. Chace, pp. 52-55 - 1 Review
          1. The Making of a Counter Culture by Theodore Roszak
        10. [+]
          Review C. Wright Mills and the Power Elite, by G. Wil... by Ferdinand Lundberg, pp. 56-62 - 1 Review
          1. C. Wright Mills and the Power Elite by G. William Domhoff and Hoyt B. Ballard
      2. [+]
        February 1970 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Private Weise: Deserter, pp. 4-13
        2. Opus Dei---Spain on the Cross, pp. 14-19
        3. Art: "Malvenido Rockefeller!", pp. 20-25
        4. The Red Man's Burden by Peter Collier, pp. 26-38
        5. The Private War in Laos by Peter Dale Scott, pp. 39-42
        6. The Staged Sixties, pp. 43-55
        7. Supergroup by Ed Leimbacher, pp. 56-59
        8. [+]
          Review Empire and Revolution, by David Horowitz by Todd Gitlin, pp. 60-70 - 1 Review
          1. Empire and Revolution by David Horowitz
      3. [+]
        March 1970 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. Inside Cuba: Workers and Revolution, pp. 10-22
        2. Spontaneous Requiem for Kerouac by Gregory Corso, pp. 23-27
        3. The Rolling Stones---At play in the Apocalypse by Michael Lydon, pp. 28-54
        4. On American Violence by Bertrand Russell, pp. 55-57
        5. Nixon: With A Little Help for His Friends by Bob Fitch, pp. 58-80
      4. [+]
        April 1970 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 6-7
        2. Eruption in India by Phillipe Gavi, pp. 8-15
        3. Fragments from the Shooting Gallery by Marshall Singer, pp. 16-18
        4. What the NLF Wants by Franz Schurmann, pp. 19-20
        5. A Cuban Artist Views North Vietnam, pp. 21-27
        6. The End of Utopia by Herbert Marcuse, pp. 28-35
        7. Bertrand Russell: The Final Passion by David Horowitz, pp. 36-43
        8. Inquisition Greek Style by James Becket, pp. 44-49
        9. Back of the Book, pp. 50-64
      5. [+]
        May 1970 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 2-6
        2. Toward an Ecological Solution by Murray Bookchin, pp. 7-15
        3. Catch 24,400 by Roger Rapoport, pp. 16-21
        4. The Making of a Pollution-Industrial Complex by Martin Gellen, pp. 22-28
        5. Para-Real Estate by James Ridgeway, pp. 29-35
        6. The California Water Plan by Gene Marine, pp. 36-41
        7. Why the Population Bomb Is a Rockefeller Baby by Steve Weissman, pp. 42-47
        8. The Eco-Establishment by Katherine Barkley and Steve Weissman, pp. 48-50
        9. Science and the Gross National Pollution by George M. Woodwell, pp. 51-62
      6. [+]
        June 1970 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. DePugh and The Minutemen by William Turner, pp. 10-12
        2. Women and the Myth of Consumerism by Ellis Willis, pp. 13-16
        3. Seize the Time by Bobby Seale, pp. 17-29
        4. Here and Now for Bobby Seale by Jean Genet, pp. 30-32
        5. The Black Experience in Color by William Henderson, pp. 33-35
        6. The Vietnamization of Laos by Banning Garrett, pp. 36-45
        7. Off the Pill? by Judith Coburn, pp. 46-49
        8. Puerto Rico: Our Backward Colony by Michael Myerson, pp. 50-51
        9. [+]
          The Presidio 27 by Adam Hochschild, pp. 52-53 - 1 Review
          1. The Unlawful Concert by Fred Gardner
        10. The Liberation Music Orchestra by Philip Elwood, pp. 54-62
      7. [+]
        July 1970 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Editorial, pp. 6-9
        2. Introduction by Tom Hayden, pp. 10-11
        3. From Protest to Resistance, pp. 12-16
        4. II. Convention Week 1968 , pp. 17-18
        5. A Generation on Trial, pp. 19-23
        6. IV. Their Identity on Trial , pp. 24-26
        7. V. The Rigging of Justice , pp. 27-28
        8. VI. On Contempt of Court , pp. 29-34
        9. VII. The Jury , pp. 35-38
        10. The Trial in Perspective, pp. 39-40
        11. IX. Justice in the Streets , pp. 41-42
        12. X. The Limits of the Conspiracy , pp. 43-44
        13. From Resistance to Liberation, pp. 45-49
        14. XII. The New American Revolution , pp. 50-64
      8. [+]
        August 1970 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. A Letter from Camp Venceremos, pp. 6-14
        2. Jocks 1, War 0 by Jack Scott, pp. 15-18
        3. Abortion Reform: The New Tokenism by Lucinda Cisler, pp. 19-22
        4. [II] The Victims , pp. 23-25
        5. The San Francisco Mime Troupe, pp. 26-30
        6. The Soledad Brothers by Eve Pell, p. 31
        7. The Road to Phnom Penh by Banning Garrett, pp. 32-37
        8. The Making of a Revolutionary, pp. 38-39
        9. Lenin: The Making of a Revolutionary by Isaac Deutscher, pp. 40-53
        10. [+]
          Back of the Book by Andy Truskier, pp. 54-66 - 1 Review
          1. Hoover's FBI by William W. Turner
      9. [+]
        September 1970 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Huey Newton in Prison by Joy Johnson, pp. 4-9
        2. Ford and La Raza by Rees Lloyd and Peter Montague, pp. 10-18
        3. On Aging by Simone de Beauvoir, pp. 19-25
        4. All for Vietnam by Tom Hayden, pp. 26-27
        5. Workers Against the War by Al Richmond, pp. 28-32
        6. Lenin Trotsky Rockefeller and Stalin, pp. 33-34
        7. The Theft of a Nation by Peter Collier, pp. 35-49
        8. [+]
          Review Corporations and the Cold War, by David Horowitz by Murray N. Rothbard, pp. 50-51 - 1 Review
          1. Corporations and the Cold War by David Horowitz
        9. [+]
          Review Minimizing Racism in Jury Trials, by Ann Fagan... by Malcolm Burnstein, pp. 52-55 - 1 Review
          1. Minimizing Racism in Jury Trials by Ann Fagan Ginger
        10. Records by Robert Courtney, pp. 56-64
      10. [+]
        October 1970 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. What It's Like in Belfast by Alexander Cockburn, pp. 6-18
        2. From Rumble to Revolution by Frank Browning, pp. 19-25
        3. Editorial, p. 26
        4. The Berkeley Mafia and the Indonesian Massacre by David Ransom, pp. 27-29
        5. The Politics of Violence by Andy Truskier, pp. 30-34
        6. Peace in Middle Earth by Bill Martin, pp. 35-49
        7. Director Resigns; Editors Reply, pp. 50-59
        8. Woodstock: The Four-Dollar Revolution, pp. 60-64
      11. [+]
        November 1970 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. The Dominoization of Thailand by Banning Garrett, pp. 7-13
        2. They Shoot Hippies, Don't They? by Frank Browning, pp. 14-23
        3. Bank of America by Michael Sweeney, pp. 24-25
        4. Kaiser: You Pay Your Money and You Take Your Chances by Judith Milgrom Carnoy, pp. 26-31
        5. Children of Vietnam---II by Claude Johnes, pp. 32-45
        6. Nielsen to Newspeak: CBS Seeks an Image, pp. 46-50
        7. Review of Sexual Politics by Meredith Tax, pp. 51-62
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1971 = 11 Issues, 111 Articles
      1. [+]
        February 1971 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Hard Times Section: War Crimes, pp. 12-20
        2. Angela Davis in Prison by Michael Myerson, p. 21
        3. A Letter by Herbert Marcuse, pp. 22-25
        4. Vietnam: How Nixon Plans to Win the War by Banning Garrett, pp. 26-31
        5. The New Math: The Day They Bombed Wisconsin by J.S. Rock, pp. 32-34
        6. The Americanization of Micronesia: Paradise Lost by Steve Murray, pp. 35-37
        7. Madness in the Mental Health Industry by Andrew Kopkind and James Ridgeway, pp. 38-47
        8. America on $0 a Day by Abbie Hoffman, pp. 48-55
        9. "Medium Chile" by Philip Frazier, pp. 56-64
      2. [+]
        March 1971 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Hard Times Section, pp. 4-11
        2. Exit Gomulka by Tamara Deutscher, pp. 12-16
        3. The Cleaning of America by James Ridgeway, pp. 17-18
        4. Los Siete de la Raza by Marjorie Heins, pp. 19-26
        5. Revolutionary Karma vs. Revolutionary Politics by David Horowitz, pp. 27-29
        6. Art: The Walls Belong to the People, pp. 30-34
        7. Watch Out: Prosperity Is Just Around the Corner (Again) by Doug Dowd, pp. 35-39
        8. Rip Torn: The Case of the Hollywood 1 by Craig Pyes, pp. 40-46
        9. Polaroid Apartheid: Pull Tab, Wait 60 Seconds by Daniel Schechter, pp. 47-50
        10. The Greening of America by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 51-52
        11. Letters, p. 53
        12. [+]
          Black Revolutionary Music by Roland Young, pp. 54-56 - 1 Review
          1. Black Nationalism and the Revolution in Music by Frank Kofsky
        13. [+]
          Electric Sociology by Robert Sklar, pp. 57-58 - 1 Review
          1. Future Shock by Alvin Toffler
        14. [+]
          The Supermarket Trap by Helene Lippincott, pp. 59-62 - 1 Review
          1. The Supermarket Trap by Jennifer Cross
      3. [+]
        April 1971 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Hard Times Section, pp. 6-12
        2. People's Peace Treaty, pp. 13-17
        3. I Wanna Hold Your Head by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 18-19
        4. Chilean Revolution by Maurice Zeitlin, pp. 20-28
        5. Salmon Fishing in America by Peter Collier, pp. 29-31
        6. Cable TV by Frank Browning, pp. 32-45
        7. Civil War in Cairo, Ill. by Howard Kohn, pp. 46-51
        8. Oil and Revolution in the Persian Gulf by Fred Halliday, pp. 52-56
        9. [+]
          Review The Press and the Cold War, by James Aronson by Sol Yurick, pp. 57-59 - 1 Review
          1. The Press and the Cold War by James Aronson
        10. Letters, pp. 60-64
      4. [+]
        May 1971 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Hard Times Section, pp. 4-16
        2. The Profit Motive and the Public Interest by Walter Shapiro, pp. 17-20
        3. The Second Coming of Bo Diddley by Michael Lydon, pp. 21-31
        4. The New Opium War by Frank Browning and Banning Garrett, pp. 32-39
        5. Anti-War Games by Allen Ginsberg, pp. 40-42
        6. Anais Nin on Women by Judy Oringer, pp. 43-47
        7. The Aesthetics of Childbirth, pp. 48-51
        8. [+]
          Radical Fiction by Meredith Tax, pp. 52-54 - 1 Review
          1. Dance the Eagle to Sleep by Marge Piercy
        9. Businessman Replies and Other Letters, pp. 55-62
      5. [+]
        June 1971 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Museums: Art for Who's Sake? by Barry Schwartz, p. 3
        2. Hard Times, pp. 4-15
        3. Rebellion in Pakistan by Tariq Ali, pp. 16-19
        4. Women in Prison by Kitsi Burkhart, pp. 20-29
        5. Food Pollution by Daniel Zwerdling, pp. 30-49
        6. Inside a State of Siege by Susanne Bodenheimer, pp. 50-54
        7. A Reader's Guide to the Warfare State by Derek Shearer, pp. 55-58
        8. Letter, pp. 59-64
      6. [+]
        July 1971 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Hard Times: The Enemy Within, pp. 4-9
        2. Vietnam Vets: The Anti-War Army by Art Goldberg, pp. 10-17
        3. May Day: Anatomy of the Movement by Michael P. Lerner, pp. 18-25
        4. Civil War in Ceylon by Tamara Deutscher, pp. 26-29
        5. Inside Los Angeles: The Coroner's Report by Maxwell Boas, pp. 30-35
        6. Battle for the South by Charles Fulwood, pp. 36-42
        7. Lennon: The Working-Class Hero Turns Red by Robin Blackburn and Tariq Ali, pp. 43-49
        8. Letters, pp. 50-54
      7. [+]
        August 1971 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Hard Times: The Democrats in '72, pp. 3-9
        2. Inside China by John Gittings, pp. 10-19
        3. Jesus Now: Hogwash and Holy Water by James Nolan, pp. 20-26
        4. Move Over Mayor Daley by Sandy Padwe, pp. 27-29
        5. My Jewish Problem---and Ours by Sol Stern, pp. 30-40
        6. Egypt Moves West by Fred Halliday, pp. 41-44
        7. Bobby and Ericka by Art Goldberg, pp. 45-48
        8. Culture?Counter Culture, pp. 49-50
        9. Letters, pp. 51-54
      8. [+]
        September 1971 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Hard Times, pp. 8-15
        2. Foreign Reports, pp. 16-21
        3. Latin America: The Left on the Move by John Gerassi, pp. 22-25
        4. Rape: The All-American Crime by Susan Griffin, pp. 26-35
        5. The Mormon Empire by Frances Lang, pp. 36-43
        6. Hwo the U.S. (and Britain and Germany...) Got Involved in Lockheed by Robert Fitch, pp. 44-46
        7. Lockheed's Life and Hard Times by Joel Yudken, pp. 47-50
        8. Jack Nicholson Looks East by Jon Stewart, pp. 51-54
        9. poet and the Revolution by Tamara Deutscher, pp. 55-57
        10. Notes from Rainbow Farm, pp. 58-60
        11. Ike and Tina Turner; Hot Tuna by Dick Lupoff, pp. 61-68
      9. [+]
        October 1971 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Hard Times, pp. 4-19
        2. Foreign Reports, pp. 20-27
        3. Contradictions by Carl Oglesby, pp. 28-29
        4. Soul Kaleidoscope by Michael Lydon, pp. 30-39
        5. The Making of America's China Policy by David Horowitz, pp. 40-47
        6. Down and Out in London by Alexander Cockburn, pp. 48-51
        7. Sickle Cell Anemia by Michael G. Michaelson, pp. 52-59
        8. Charles Pierce by Jon Stewart, pp. 60-63
        9. [+]
          Review Woman in Sexist Society, by Vivian Gornick and... by Roberta Salper, p. 64 - 1 Review
          1. Woman in Sexist Society by Vivian Gornick and Barbara Moran
        10. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 65-66
        11. Sports by Jack Scott, p. 67
        12. Letters, pp. 68-76
      10. [+]
        November 1971 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Hard Times, pp. 22-23
        2. Contradictions by Carl Oglesby, pp. 24-25
        3. Disney's War Against the Wilderness by Roger Rapoport, pp. 26-33
        4. The Strange Economics of the Vietnam War by Banning Garrett, pp. 34-39
        5. There's a Toyota in Their Future? by James Ridgeway, pp. 40-41
        6. H. Ross Perot by Robert Fitch, pp. 42-51
        7. Out of the Closet by Allen Young, pp. 52-59
        8. Hollywood's New Wave by Robert Sklar, pp. 60-66
        9. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 67-68
        10. Sports by Jack Scott, pp. 69-76
      11. [+]
        December 1971 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Antipopulists; The LBJification of U.T.; East Coast Oil; The Honor System; Who Owns..., pp. 6-13
        2. Organizing the New Politics by Staughton Lynd, pp. 14-15
        3. Carnal Knowledge by Kate Coleman, pp. 16-28
        4. Behind the Cancer Campaign by Robert Bazell, pp. 29-35
        5. The Rise of Henry Kissinger by David Landau, pp. 36-44
        6. Letters from Attica and Elsewhere, pp. 45-51
        7. From the Cockettes With Love and Squalor by Jon Stewart, pp. 52-55
        8. Women's Studies by Roberta Salper, pp. 56-59
        9. Rainbow Farm, pp. 60-62
        10. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 63-64
        11. Sports by Jack Scott, pp. 65-70
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1972 = 12 Issues, 145 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1972 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Hard Times, pp. 10-28
        2. Japan: Rising Sun in the Pacific by Tom Engelhardt and Jim Peck, pp. 29-37
        3. Greece: Jackie and Ari and Tom and George and Spiro and... by Robert Fitch, pp. 38-47
        4. Melina Mercouri: "I was born Greek" by Judy Oringer, pp. 48-51
        5. Mascots of War by Jill Marti, pp. 52-53
        6. Senator "Scoop" Jackson: Pentagon Populist by Frank Browning, pp. 54-57
        7. Tom Wolfe: Reactionary Chic by John Gordon, pp. 58-63
        8. Sports by Jack Scott, p. 64
        9. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 64-68
      2. [+]
        February 1972 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Corporate Tax Bonanza; Emma Goldman; The Sickle Cell and the Pill; Clean Water; Nixon v..., pp. 6-24
        2. Science Fiction Hawks and Doves; Whose Future Will You Buy? by Richard Lupoff, pp. 25-30
        3. The China Scholars and U.S. Intelligence by David Horowitz, pp. 31-39
        4. Organizing Behind Bars by Frank Browning, pp. 40-45
        5. A Phase Two Strategy for the Left by Staughton Lynd, pp. 46-48
        6. Beyond the Pentagon Papers by Melvin Gurtov, p. 49
        7. Doris Lessing: Cassandra in a World Under Siege by Margaret Drabble, pp. 50-53
        8. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 54-55
        9. Sports by Jack Scott, pp. 56-61
        10. Letters, pp. 62-68
      3. [+]
        March 1972 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Asian Tragedy: Purge in China by David Horowitz, pp. 6-8
        2. I.R.A.: Beyond the Barricades by Russell Stetler, pp. 9-17
        3. Gas Battle of Algiers; DuPont Nation; Mayday by James Ridgeway, pp. 18-23
        4. The Panthers After the Trial by Art Goldberg, pp. 24-27
        5. The Love Machine by Robert Fitch, pp. 28-34
        6. Underground Medicine by Constance Bloomfield and Howard Levy, pp. 35-42
        7. [+]
          Review Fritz the Cat (1972 Film), by Ralph Bakshi by Jon Stewart, pp. 43-48 - 1 Review
          1. Fritz the Cat (1972 Film) by Ralph Bakshi
        8. Oops!...The Story of Nuclear Power Plants by Roger Rapoport, pp. 49-57
        9. Left-Winging to Chile by Robert Kaldenbach, pp. 58-61
        10. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 62-63
        11. Letters, pp. 64-68
      4. [+]
        April 1972 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Vietnam and the Elections by David Kolodney, pp. 4-11
        2. Nixon's Peace Offer by Noam Chomsky, pp. 12-15
        3. Selling the Debt; Zimbabwe! by Robert Fitch, pp. 16-21
        4. Health; The Blue Cross We Bear by James Ridgeway, pp. 22-27
        5. Apartheid in the New Africa by Ruth First, pp. 28-31
        6. How to Cheat on Your Income Tax: A Guide by Bob Cratchit, pp. 32-33
        7. Them That Has, Keep: Taxes by Jack Newfield and Jay Greenfield, pp. 34-38
        8. Big Sky: Chet Huntley's Home on the Range by Frank Browning, pp. 39-44
        9. Inside the RAND Corporation and Out by Anthony Russo, pp. 45-55
        10. [+]
          Updike Redux by John Gordon, pp. 56-58 - 1 Review
          1. Rabbit Redux by John Updike
        11. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 59-62
        12. Letters, pp. 63-68
      5. [+]
        May 1972 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Et ut China? by David Kolodney, pp. 7-13
        2. Indochina: The Next Phase by Noam Chomsky, pp. 14-17
        3. Black Cops: Black and Blue Ain't White by Carol Morton, pp. 18-25
        4. Eating It! From Here to 2001 by Judith Van Allen, pp. 26-33
        5. Why China "Turned West" by Jim Peck, pp. 34-41
        6. Deaths I Have Known by Jose Yglesias, pp. 42-47
        7. Seattle: The New Poor Face the New Depression by Jon Stewart, pp. 48-51
        8. The New Poor: A Case Study, pp. 52-56
        9. Solzhenitsyn: An Appraisal by Tamara Deutscher, pp. 57-59
        10. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 60-65
        11. Letters, pp. 66-70
      6. [+]
        June 1972 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Electoral Politics: The Candidates Reply by David Kolodney, pp. 8-13
        2. Food [Stamp] Conspiracy by Sheldon Heuchler, p. 14
        3. Go Ahead. The Best Things in Life Are Free by Robert Cratchit, p. 15
        4. How to Get Them , pp. 16-21
        5. Micronesian Memories: Paving Over Paradise by Eric Treisman, pp. 22-28
        6. The Great American Pension Machine by Charles Leinenweber, pp. 29-36
        7. Fat Cats and Democrats by G. William Domhoff, pp. 37-45
        8. What's Left of the Black Left? by Walt Thompson, pp. 46-53
        9. Regulating the Phone Company in Your Home, pp. 54-57
        10. Lenny, You Meshugginah, You Can't Play the Hero! by Gene Marine, pp. 58-60
        11. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 61-63
        12. Letters, pp. 64-70
      7. [+]
        July 1972 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Uncle Bob by Bob Cratchit, p. 6
        2. Ice Cream by Jack Soltanoff, pp. 7-9
        3. How the Phone Company Interrupted Our Service, pp. 10-11
        4. Three Questions on China by George Wald, p. 12
        5. The China Question and the American Left by David Horowitz, pp. 13-18
        6. My Overthrown Resistance by Prince Norodom Sihanouk, pp. 19-23
        7. I.Q. Tests: Building Blocks for the New Class System by Noam Chomsky, pp. 24-30
        8. This Land is Their Land by Larry Casalino, pp. 31-36
        9. The Open Schoolroom: New Worlds for Old Deceptions by Jonathan Kozol, pp. 37-49
        10. Janis Joplin: Death Watch by Richard Lupoff, pp. 50-53
        11. Records, pp. 54-62
      8. [+]
        August 1972 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Classroom Surveillance by Kodak (12 years ahead of its time) by Buddy Nevins, p. 6
        2. Damned Dams Stand; Plastic for Breakfast; Who Pays Watt; Weatherwar; Uh Kimosabe; Catc..., pp. 7-11
        3. The Rolling Stones; Goodbye to All That by Dick Lupoff, pp. 12-16
        4. Nixon's Vietnam Strategy by David Horowitz, pp. 17-20
        5. The Prospects of the Vietnam Offensive by Tom Hayden, pp. 21-25
        6. Lasers into Pruning Hooks: Science for the People by Maurice Bazin, pp. 26-31
        7. The Rising Cry for Justice, pp. 32-34
        8. U.S. Electronic Espionage, pp. 35-56
        9. What's Left of the Black Left---Part II by Walt Thompson, pp. 57-58
        10. Records: Chuck Berry by Dick Lupoff, pp. 59-64
      9. [+]
        September 1972 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. McGovern and the Left: Time for a Stand by David Kolodney, pp. 6-9
        2. Huey Newton's Revival Meeting in Oakland by Bo Burlingham, p. 10
        3. Unions Give Peace a Chance by Staughton Lynd, pp. 11-13
        4. The Democrats: A Winning Strategy by Jim Ridgeway, pp. 14-17
        5. Seoul's Hired Guns by James Otis, pp. 18-20
        6. Richard Plays Realtor in San Clemente by Robert Fitch, pp. 21-23
        7. Confronting Stalin's Ghost: The Soviet Left Today by Louis Menashe, pp. 24-28
        8. The Show the Pentagon Couldn't Stop, pp. 29-32
        9. The Browning of Stockholm by Barry Weisberg, pp. 33-40
        10. Thoughts of a Palestinian Exile by Fawaz Turki, pp. 41-46
        11. Uncle Bob Tells Us About Small Claims Court by Bob Cratchit, p. 47
        12. Elton John: Rocket Man Takes Off by Dick Lupoff, pp. 48-50
        13. [+]
          Review Paternalistic Capitalism, by Andreas G. Papand... by Doug Dowd, pp. 51-64 - 1 Review
          1. Paternalistic Capitalism by Andreas G. Papandreou
      10. [+]
        October 1972 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Nguyne Thai Binh 1948-72, pp. 6-9
        2. Populism in Texas by Harvey Katz, pp. 10-11
        3. Phone Phreak-Out in Phun City by Robert Sherman, pp. 12-15
        4. Women, p. 16
        5. Poor Derek's Almanac by Derek Shearer, p. 17
        6. The Americanization of the Persian Gulf by Fred Halliday, pp. 18-20
        7. The Diplomacy of Terror by David Landau, pp. 21-25
        8. Election '72 by Peter Kenner, p. 26
        9. "Oh, Sarge? He's a good soldier" by Jim Ridgeway, pp. 27-28
        10. How Clifford Irving Stole That Book by Abbie Hoffman, pp. 29-33
        11. Cracks in the Great Wall of Chinatown by Min S. Yee, pp. 34-38
        12. How to Vote for the Vietnamese by Tom Hayden, pp. 39-44
        13. Soul In Africa by J.K. Obatala, p. 45
        14. Just One More Time...Rod Stewart by Dick Lupoff, pp. 46-64
      11. [+]
        November 1972 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Cruel Reconciliation by David Horowitz, pp. 8-9
        2. Notes on the Nixon Crisis: Yankees and Cowbosy by Carl Oglesby, pp. 10-11
        3. McGovern and the Military by Richard F. Kaufman, pp. 12-15
        4. Japanese Colonialism in Appalachia by James Ridgeway, pp. 16-19
        5. The Indonesian Connection by Steve Weissman, pp. 20-21
        6. Women, p. 22
        7. La Raza Unida Comes Together by Rodrigo Reyes, pp. 22-24
        8. Introduction, p. 25
        9. Behind the Policy Makers: RAND and the Vietnam War by David Landau, pp. 26-39
        10. Looking Backward: RAND and Vietnam in Retrospect by Anthony Russo, pp. 40-42
        11. War in the Back Pages by Tom Oliphant, pp. 43-44
        12. Capitalist Realism by Norman Rockwell by Marshall Singer, pp. 45-48
        13. Poor Derek's Almanac by Derek Shearer, p. 49
        14. The Late Night Show from Munich by Peter Collier, pp. 50-72
      12. [+]
        December 1972 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-7
        2. Spooking the Spooks by James Otis, pp. 8-9
        3. Women, p. 10
        4. Money and Politics by James Ridgeway, pp. 11-13
        5. Poor Derek's Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 14-15
        6. Bankamerilib by Sheila Daar, pp. 16-17
        7. Marcos and the Philippines by Stephen Hart, pp. 18-20
        8. Conversations with Steelmill Rebels by Staughton Lynd, pp. 21-24
        9. Who Goes Begging in America? by Richard Parker, pp. 25-29
        10. Racism in the Counterculture by Jonathan Kozol, pp. 30-32
        11. Kissinger: The Swinging Sphinx by Francine du Plessix Gray, pp. 33-34
        12. Alcatraz is Not an Island by Richard Oakes, p. 35
        13. The Only Good Indian... by Peter Collier, pp. 36-41
        14. Signs by Van Schley, pp. 42-44
        15. Gerald Hanley: An Irishman in Africa by Judy Stone, pp. 45-47
        16. Consciousness as a Commodity by R.G. Davis, pp. 48-51
        17. Munich on $40 Million a Day by Ted Brock, pp. 52-53
        18. Records by Dick Lupoff, pp. 54-64
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1973 = 11 Issues, 125 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1973 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-7
        2. Who Really Lost the Election? by Bo Burlingham, pp. 8-9
        3. Bury My Heart on the Potomac by Eugene L. Meyer, pp. 10-15
        4. Haiti: Jean-Claude's New Black Magic by Fred Halliday, p. 16
        5. Six Lessong in Underdevelopment by Claudius Ceccon, pp. 17-20
        6. Slow Lead in the Pentagon by Terry Pollack, pp. 21-26
        7. Soldier: A Memoir by Anthony B. Herbert and James T. Wooten, pp. 27-32
        8. Down Those Mean Streets by Jose Yglesias, pp. 33-36
        9. Niantic by Ericka Huggins, p. 37
        10. The Mideast: Dark at the End of the Tunnel by Noam Chomsky, pp. 38-40
        11. The Radical Philatelist: Robert Fried by Paul Krassner, pp. 41-44
        12. [+]
          Fizzle in the Lake by Ngo Vinh Long, pp. 45-47 - 1 Review
          1. Fire in the Lake by Frances FitzGerald
        13. Poor Derek's Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 48-64
      2. [+]
        February 1973 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Uncommon Sense by Brit Hume, p. 10
        2. De Mau Mau: Fast Eddie's Last Draw by Martin Weston, pp. 11-15
        3. Ethiopia: Whose Kingdom Come? by John Moorehead, pp. 16-19
        4. TPF: Driving the Snakes Out of Boston by Craig Unger, pp. 20-24
        5. The Selling of the Candidate: 1972 by Tom Oliphant, pp. 25-28
        6. Looking Backward: The Sixties and The Movement by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 29-34
        7. Baba Ram Dass: The Metamorphic Journey of Richard Alpert by Sara Davidson, pp. 35-42
        8. Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., pp. 43-48
        9. The Second Coming of Monti Rock, III by Bill Cardoso, pp. 49-51
        10. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, p. 52
        11. The Hair Piece by Irving Wallace, p. 53
        12. John Prine's Blue Collar Blues by William Kloman, pp. 54-72
      3. [+]
        March 1973 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 10
        2. Uncommon Sense by Brit Hume, pp. 11-13
        3. "Peace Is at Hand" by David Landau, pp. 14-18
        4. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, p. 19
        5. Spooks on Parade by James Otis, p. 20
        6. The Most Loathsome Man in the Senate by Harry Stein, pp. 21-24
        7. Cosmopolitan: The Feminine Plastique by Robin Reisig, pp. 25-29
        8. ITT's Geneen: How To Succeed in Business by Really Trying by William Rodgers, pp. 30-34
        9. The View from Tel Aviv and Beirut by Paul Jacobs, pp. 35-40
        10. Confessions of a Number One Son by Frank Chin, pp. 41-48
        11. Gay Rock: The Boys in the Band by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 49-72
      4. [+]
        April 1973 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. LBJ: The Last Roundup by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 10-13
        2. Disability Pay: The Check at the End of the Tunnel by Mark McIntyre, pp. 14-16
        3. The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral by Gerard Chaliand, pp. 17-20
        4. A Matter of Life and Death by Jonathan Kozol, pp. 21-25
        5. Endgame: The Tactics of Peace in Vietnam by Noam Chomsky, pp. 26-30
        6. A Modest Proposal: On Increasing Respect for the Presidency by Edward Sorel and Kirkpatrick Sale, pp. 31-34
        7. Death on the Yard: The Untold Killings at Soledad & San Quentin by Min S. Yee, pp. 35-40
        8. Confessions of a Single Mother by Susan Griffin, pp. 41-44
        9. [+]
          Review Year One of the Russian Revolution, by Victor ... by Tamara Deutscher, pp. 45-46 - 1 Review
          1. Year One of the Russian Revolution by Victor Serge
        10. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 47-64
      5. [+]
        May 1973 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 7-10
        2. The American POWs, Their Glory Is All Moonshine by Ngo Vinh Long, pp. 11-14
        3. The War on Poverty, Nixon Pulls Out by James Ridgeway, pp. 15-18
        4. Locked Out: Our Last Days at OEO by Tom Mack and Tim Hoffman, pp. 19-21
        5. Beware of Greeks Making Odds by Min S. Yee, pp. 22-23
        6. The Selling of the Lord, 1973 by Eugene L. Meyer, pp. 24-28
        7. Revolutionary Suicide: My Days in Solitary by Huey P. Newton, pp. 29-34
        8. Last Tango in Buenos Aires by Jose Yglesias, pp. 35-41
        9. A Gallery of Unlikely Occurrences by Edward Sorel and Kirkpatrick Sale, pp. 42-44
        10. Turning on: The Scientific Method by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-46
        11. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, p. 47
        12. [+]
          Brave, New Cities by Thomas Morton, pp. 48-64 - 1 Review
          1. Man and His Urban Environment by Fred Smith
      6. [+]
        June 1973 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 8-11
        2. Prisoners and Patriots: Adventures in the P.O.W. Trade by Cora Weiss, pp. 12-15
        3. The Chilean Experiment: Revolution in the Countryside? by Jose Yglesias, pp. 16-20
        4. Ruchell Magee: The Defense Never Rests by Alexandra Close, pp. 21-24
        5. Wounded Knee: The New Indian War by Peter Collier, pp. 25-29
        6. How the U.S. Went Bankrupt by Terence McCarthy, pp. 30-32
        7. A Vegetarian Manifesto by Frances Moore Lappe, pp. 33-36
        8. Beefed Up: Drugs in the Meat Industry by Daniel Zwerdling, pp. 37-41
        9. [+]
          The Old Left and The New by David Horowitz, pp. 42-44 - 1 Review
          1. A Long View from the Left by Al Richmond
        10. [+]
          Women's Fiction: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Elizabeth Fishel, pp. 45-48 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Awakening by Kate Chopin
          2. Tell Me a Riddle by Tillie Olsen
          3. Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen by Alix Kates Shulman
        11. Almanac by Derek Shearer, p. 49
        12. Reggae: The Steady Rock of Black Jamaica by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 50-64
      7. [+]
        July 1973 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 8-11
        2. Election Special, pp. 12-20
        3. The Rise and Fall of Nick Charney's Saturday Review by Jon Swan, pp. 21-25
        4. Mystic Politics: Refugees from the New Left by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 26-29
        5. A Reader's Guide to the New Mysticism by Joshu, pp. 30-31
        6. Blissed Out With The Perfect Master by Ken Kelley, pp. 32-35
        7. Boogie Lightnin': John Lee Hooker and the Electrified Blues by Michael Lydon, pp. 36-39
        8. Cambodia: The War at the End of the Tunnel by Judith Coburn, pp. 40-44
        9. [+]
          Is Jerusalem Burning? by Paul Jacobs, p. 45 - 1 Review
          1. The Fall of Jerusalem by Abdullah Schleifer
        10. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 46-62
      8. [+]
        August 1973 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 8-11
        2. Land Reform: Reclaiming Mother Earth by Warren Weber, pp. 12-15
        3. George Seldes: Muckraker Emeritus by Derek Shearer, pp. 16-20
        4. Informers: The Enemy Within by Paul Jacobs, pp. 21-24
        5. The Gainesville Eight: Dirty Tricks on Trial by Rob Elder, pp. 25-27
        6. Chavez and the Teamsters: Showdown in the Coachella Valley by George Baker, pp. 28-33
        7. Watergate, pp. 34-35
        8. Historians and the Cold War: The Battle over America's Image by David Horowitz, pp. 36-40
        9. [+]
          The Second Frame-up of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg by Walter Schneir, pp. 41-44 - 1 Review
          1. The Implosion Conspiracy by Louis Nizer
        10. [+]
          Deja Vu: Which State? Which Siege? by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-46 - 2 Reviews
          1. Z (1969 Film) by Constantin Costa-Gavras
          2. State of Siege (1972 Film) by Constantin Costa-Gavras
        11. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 47-64
      9. [+]
        October 1973 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-11
        2. CAP: New Breeze in the Windy City by Derek Shearer, pp. 12-17
        3. Che's Revenge: Trouble for Bolivia's Junta by James Kohl, pp. 18-20
        4. An Inside Look: Watergate and the World of the CIA by L. Fletcher Prouty, pp. 21-23
        5. Cleaning Up the Act: The Politics of Police Reform by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 24-27
        6. Two Women by Renee Lieberman, pp. 28-30
        7. Nixon's "Lucky City": C. Arnholt Smith and the San Diego Connection by Lowell Bergman and Maxwell Robach, pp. 31-35
        8. The Strange Tale of The Secret Army Organization (USA) by Richard Popkin, pp. 36-37
        9. Out of Gas: Notes on the Energy Crisis by James Ridgeway, pp. 38-41
        10. Belfast's Children of Violence by David Thompson and Philip Thompson, pp. 42-45
        11. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 46-64
      10. [+]
        November 1973 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-11
        2. Dallas to Watergate: The Longest Cover-up by Peter Dale Scott, pp. 12-20
        3. Ballots into Bullets by Betty Petras and James F. Petras, pp. 21-24
        4. Salvador Allende by Jose Yglesias, pp. 25-28
        5. The Women's Self-Help Movement by Elizabeth Fishel, pp. 29-31
        6. The New International Power Game by Terence McCarthy, pp. 32-36
        7. Life After Death by Jonah Raskin, pp. 37-41
        8. Handbook for the Virgin Voter by Edward Eliscu and Edward Sorel, pp. 42-44
        9. [+]
          Janis Joplin by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-47 - 2 Reviews
          1. Buried Alive by Myra Friedman
          2. Going Down with Janis by Peggy Caserta and Dan Knapp
        10. The Almanac by Derek Shearer, pp. 48-64
      11. [+]
        December 1973 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-10
        2. Vietnam: The POW's We Left Behind by Fred Branfman, pp. 11-14
        3. Paris, Five Years Later by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 15-17
        4. Scorecard on the Environment by Gene Marine, pp. 18-20
        5. The Third Sex: Hold On, It's Coming by James Nolan, pp. 21-26
        6. Dorothy Healey: The Great Purge of 1973 by Barry Farrell, pp. 27-31
        7. The Fall of Santiago by Fernando Alegria, pp. 32-37
        8. Detroit's Supercops: Terror in the Streets by Howard Kohn, pp. 38-39
        9. The Kennedy Assassination: A Decade of Unanswered Questions, pp. 40-44
        10. "The Day I Was Busted by G. Gordon Liddy" by Timothy Leary, pp. 45-47
        11. Executive Action: Hollywood Rediscovers Politics by M. Robach, pp. 48-50
        12. Czechoslovakia at the Breaking Point by Al Richmond, pp. 51-53
        13. The Almanac, pp. 54-62
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1974 = 12 Issues, 142 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1974 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-11
        2. Vietnam: The Cease-Fire that Never Was by Ngo Vinh Long, pp. 12-15
        3. Alexander Haig: Nixon's New Go-fer by Thomas Oliphant, pp. 16-17
        4. Carl Albert: Every Other Inch a President by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 18-20
        5. Behind the Scenes at the Cox Investigation by George Lardner, Jr., pp. 21-26
        6. The Last Days of Louisiana Red by Ishmael Reed, pp. 27-30
        7. A Special Report On the Mideast War by Paul Jacobs, pp. 31-36
        8. II. The Background by Noam Chomsky, pp. 37-38
        9. III. Crisis for NATO by Terence McCarthy, pp. 39-41
        10. IV. Saudi Arabia: The Wild Card by Fred Halliday, pp. 42-44
        11. Louis Jordan: Still Feeling Good by Michael Lydon, pp. 45-47
        12. Soviet Writers: A New Solzhenitsyn? by Tamara Deutscher, pp. 48-51
        13. [+]
          Science Fiction: Hello Out There by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 52-64 - 2 Reviews
          1. Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke
          2. The Cosmic Connection by Carl Sagan
      2. [+]
        February 1974 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-9
        2. A Time to Make Peace by Victor Cygielman, pp. 10-12
        3. Blueprints for a new Society by G. William Domhoff, pp. 13-16
        4. Geece: The Junta is Dead, Long Live the Junta! by Margaret Papandreou, pp. 17-20
        5. British Colombia: Socialism in One Province by Derek Shearer, pp. 21-26
        6. Hospitals for Sale by Elinor Blake and Thomas Bodenheimer, pp. 27-33
        7. A Conversation by Jean-paul Sartre, pp. 34-39
        8. Guru Maharaj Ji by Ken Kelley, pp. 40-44
        9. Payola---As American as Apple Pie by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-47
        10. The Way We Weren't by Judy Stone, pp. 48-49
        11. After the New Left by Stanley Aronowitz, p. 50
        12. Notes from Prison by Daniel Berrigan, pp. 51-64
      3. [+]
        March 1974 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-9
        2. Good Morning Class, My Name is Bzzz Vzz Crackle by Michael Seltzer and Howard Karger, pp. 10-15
        3. Europe's Immigrant Workers: New Grapes of Wrath by Schofield Coryell, pp. 16-20
        4. Ralph Nader: How Far Can a Lone Ranger Ride? by William Greider, pp. 21-23
        5. Soviet Dissent: In Search of Forgotten Men by Marcus Raskin, pp. 24-26
        6. Poems by Osip Mandelstam, pp. 27-28
        7. The Energy Crisis Is Coming...In About 200 Years by Richard Parker, pp. 29-32
        8. Alternate Energy: Here Comes the Sun by Gene Marine, pp. 33-36
        9. Return of the Teapot Dome, pp. 37-38
        10. ...And in the Mountains of Colorado, pp. 39-44
        11. [+]
          The Private Volcano of Malcolm Lowry by Adam Hochschild, pp. 45-48 - 1 Review
          1. Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry
        12. [+]
          Film Notes by Nick Rabkin, pp. 49-50 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Harder They Come (1972 Film) by Perry Henzell
          2. The Passengers (1974 Film) by Annie Tresgot
        13. The Almanac by Tom Zeman, pp. 51-64
      4. [+]
        April 1974 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-9
        2. Daniel Berrigan: Some of His Best Friends Were... by Paul Jacobs, pp. 10-13
        3. Brazil: The Underside of the Miracle by Fred Halliday and Maxine Molyneux, pp. 14-20
        4. R.D. Laing: The Politics of Madness by Edgar Z. Friedenberg, pp. 21-26
        5. Could Karl Marx Teach Economics in America? by Lawrence F. Lifschultz, pp. 27-30
        6. Will There Always Be an England? by Alexander Cockburn, pp. 31-37
        7. Women at Work by Studs Terkel, pp. 38-44
        8. John Ford: The Last Frontiersman by Ron Chernow, pp. 45-48
        9. The Almanac by Tom Zeman, p. 49
        10. A Tax Guide for the Rest of Us by Robert Kaldenbach, pp. 50-64
      5. [+]
        May 1974 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-9
        2. "What the Country Needs Is..." by Peter Barnes, pp. 10-11
        3. The Great American Doom Machine by Leonard Rodberg, pp. 12-18
        4. ...And Its Runaway Budget by Sanford Gottlieb, pp. 19-20
        5. The Symbionese Liberation Army: Terrorism and the Left, pp. 21-27
        6. An Age of Scarcity: Oil Is Only the Beginning by Terence McCarthy, pp. 28-33
        7. In the Shadow of War: China's New Cultural Revolution by David Milton, Nancy Milton, and Franz Schurmann, pp. 34-38
        8. The Importance of Being Izzy by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 39-44
        9. All Said and Done by Simone De Beauvoir, pp. 45-51
        10. The Almanac by Tom Zeman, pp. 52-64
      6. [+]
        June 1974 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 4-5
        2. Campaign Reform: To Be Taken with a Grain of Salt by Robert Walters, pp. 6-9
        3. The Watergate Net: One Who Got Away by Tom Zeman, pp. 10-13
        4. GM and the Nazis by Bradford Snell, pp. 14-16
        5. Trying to Stay Alive by Jonathan Maslow, pp. 17-20
        6. Lockheed: The High Cost of Dying by A. Ernest Fitzgerald, pp. 21-24
        7. Chile: Can the Junta Rule? by Richard Pierson, pp. 25-30
        8. Watergate and Other Crimes by Noam Chomsky, pp. 31-36
        9. Miners for Democracy: Year One at the UMW by Ward Sinclair, pp. 37-41
        10. The New Woman by Anais Nin, pp. 42-44
        11. Solzhenitsyn and the Radical Cause by David Horowitz, pp. 45-48
        12. [+]
          Gulag Archipelago by Roy Medvedev, pp. 49-64 - 1 Review
          1. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
      7. [+]
        July 1974 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 4-5
        2. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Gasoline by Tom Zeman, pp. 6-11
        3. John Tunney: His Father Was a Heavyweight by George Baker, pp. 12-16
        4. Report from Saigon: An Economy Near Collapse by William Shawcross, pp. 17-20
        5. Inside the CIA: The Clandestine Mentality by Victor Marchetti and John Marks, pp. 21-25
        6. National Health Insurance: The Care and Feeding of Medi-Business by Ronda Kotelchuck and Thomas Bodenheimer, pp. 26-28
        7. The U.S. Economy by Terence McCarthy, pp. 29-33
        8. The Way Things (Don't) Work by Seymour Melman, pp. 34-39
        9. One Modest Proposal , pp. 40-42
        10. "...But Words Can Never Hurt Me" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., pp. 43-44
        11. Racist Chic: Return of the Klansman by Robert Chrisman, pp. 45-64
      8. [+]
        August 1974 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-11
        2. Harlem Housing: The New Homesteaders by Jonathan Maslow, pp. 12-15
        3. The Friendly Skies of Air Rhodesia by Bruce Oudes, pp. 16-20
        4. Nuclear Power: Lying Doesn't Make It Safe by Tom Zeman, pp. 21-27
        5. Powers That Be by Elliot Kanter, p. 28
        6. Moratorium: Taking the Initiative in California by Gene Marine, pp. 29-32
        7. Purgatory on Wheels by Eugene L. Meyer, pp. 33-38
        8. Yankees, Cowboys, and Watergate by Steve Weissman, pp. 39-40
        9. Bertolt Brecht's The Mother, pp. 41-44
        10. Doomsayers on the Left by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-47
        11. Education: Trying Other Ways by Herbert Kohl, pp. 48-64
      9. [+]
        September 1974 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-7
        2. Facism and Other Nightmares by David Horowitz, pp. 8-13
        3. Sterilization: Who Decides? by Gene Marine, pp. 14-20
        4. The Rise and Fall of Welfare Rights by Richard A. Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, pp. 21-26
        5. Workfare: How Rhetoric Met Reality and Lost by Tom Zeman, pp. 27-28
        6. Feast or Famine: The Choices for Mankind by Terence McCarthy, pp. 29-32
        7. Waste Not, Want Not by Tom Zeman, pp. 33-36
        8. Giving Birth by Melissa Sones, pp. 37-39
        9. Childbirth: A Feminist View by Elizabeth Fishel, pp. 40-44
        10. Pablo Neruda: "Out of His Great Silence" by Fernando Alegria, pp. 45-64
      10. [+]
        October 1974 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-7
        2. Gerald Ford, Understudy for Defeat by David Kolodney, pp. 8-17
        3. What We Don't Know Can't Hurt Them by Richard Hall, pp. 18-20
        4. The Passion of the Jews by David Horowitz, pp. 21-28
        5. Red Ink Capitalism: Banking on Borrowed Time by Terence McCarthy, pp. 29-31
        6. Buying Power: Towards a Public Utility Network by Thomas Brom and Edward Kirshner, pp. 32-38
        7. The Politics of Common Cause by William Chapman, pp. 39-44
        8. Ford and the Media by Peter Collier, pp. 45-50
        9. Communes: The Way We Lived Then by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 51-53
        10. Tales of Two Women by Sharon Curtin, pp. 54-64
      11. [+]
        November 1974 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-7
        2. John Froines: A Conspirator in Vermont by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 8-12
        3. Blacks for Wallace by Charles Fulwood, pp. 13-14
        4. In Defense of Paranoia by Carl Oglesby, pp. 15-16
        5. The Southwest: America's New Appalachia by Thomas Brom, pp. 17-20
        6. Amnesty: A Question of Justice by Gene Marine, pp. 21-26
        7. California Politics: How the West Was Lost by Francis Carney, pp. 27-29
        8. True Detective by Peter Collier, pp. 30-34
        9. Portugal: Who Will Rule? by Robin Blackburn, pp. 35-39
        10. Portuguese Decolonization: What Nest for Southern Africa? by Louis Freedberg, pp. 40-44
        11. Meet Ms. Caucus by Gary Trudeau, pp. 45-64
      12. [+]
        December 1974 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-9
        2. The Teamster Raid: Stalled in the Vineyards by George Baker, pp. 10-16
        3. Can Chavez Win? by Rick Behan, pp. 17-20
        4. Saigon's Corruption Crisis by Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman, pp. 21-24
        5. The Advertising Council: Selling Lies... by Bruce Howard, pp. 25-26
        6. ...And Selling Truth by Henry Weinstein, pp. 27-32
        7. A Special Supplement, p. 33
        8. Busing into Southie by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 34-37
        9. Busing: A Symposium by Herb Kohl, pp. 38-39
        10.  ---  by John Holt, p. 40
        11.  ---  by Noel Day, pp. 40-41
        12.  ---  by Ericka Huggins, p. 42
        13.  ---  by Edgar Friedenberg, p. 43
        14.  ---  by Malecai Andrews, pp. 44-45
        15.  ---  by Miriam Wasserman, pp. 46-47
        16.  ---  by Jonathan Kozol, p. 48
        17. An End to Affluence: The Last Christmas in America by Terence McCarthy, pp. 49-54
        18. Behavior Mod: Is the Pigeon Always Right? by Edgar Z. Friedenberg, pp. 55-60
        19. Anne Sexton: Light Up the Cave by Denise Levertov, pp. 61-80
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1975 = 5 Issues, 62 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1975 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 6-8
        2. A Few Words, pp. 9-14
        3. In Defense of Paranoia by Carl Oglesby and David Horowitz, pp. 15-20
        4. The Middle East: Will We Go to War? by Terence McCarthy, pp. 21-25
        5. Three Poems by Erica Jong, pp. 26-27
        6. The Indian Movement by Vine Deloria, Jr., pp. 28-32
        7. Buildings Are Judgment by Marshall Berman, pp. 33-39
        8. The Canadian Way: No Exit? by Edgar Z. Friedenberg, pp. 40-44
        9. Lenny Bruce: Resurrection of a Junkie Prophet by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-64
      2. [+]
        April 1975 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. A Few Words, pp. 6-7
        2. Lowndes County, Alabama: The Great Fear Is Gone by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 8-12
        3. Report in Saigon: Being Briefed by Danny Schechter, pp. 13-16
        4. Tax Time: Soaking the Poor by Terence McCarthy, pp. 17-20
        5. Solar Power Now by Tom Zeman, pp. 21-25
        6. Breaking the Mideast Deadlock by Avishai Margalit, pp. 26-30
        7. The Prospects by Noam Chomsky, pp. 31-33
        8. California Politics: The Riddle of Gov. Jerry Brown by Francis Carney, pp. 34-38
        9. "Hearts and Minds": The Adamant Memory of Vietnam by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 39-44
        10. The Selling of the Apocalypse, 1975 by Peter Collier, pp. 45-49
        11. The UFW: A Moment of Rebirth by Daniel Hunter and Diane Coleman, pp. 50-64
      3. [+]
        May 1975 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. A Few Words, p. 5
        2. Vietnam Report by Edward Block, pp. 6-7
        3. II. The Myth of the Hue Massacre by Edward S. Herman and D. Gareth Porter, pp. 8-12
        4. III. Last Report from the Central Highlands by James Fenton, pp. 13-16
        5. Depression and the Crisis of Conscience by Terence McCarthy, pp. 17-20
        6. Chile by Rose Styron, pp. 21-25
        7. An Interview with Carmen Castillo by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, pp. 26-31
        8. Capitalism in One Country? by Terence McCarthy, pp. 32-36
        9. Europe's Great Fear: Will There Be Another Chile? by William Shawcross, pp. 37-40
        10. A Washington View: The Portuguese Connection by Laurence Stern and Dan Griffin, pp. 41-44
        11. Buildings are Judgment---II by Terence McCarthy, pp. 45-46
        12.  ---  by Percival Goodman, pp. 47-48
        13.  ---  by Mary Perot Nichols, p. 49
        14.  ---  by John H. Schaar, pp. 50-51
        15.  ---  by Allan Temko, p. 52
        16.  ---  by Marshall Berman, pp. 53-55
        17. Hollywood---Under the Influence of Women? by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 56-64
      4. [+]
        July 1975 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. A Few Words, p. 5
        2. An Open Letter to Our Readers, pp. 6-10
        3. South Africa: A Facelift for Apartheid by Neal Ascherson, pp. 11-13
        4. $Millions for Third Parties? by Robert Walters, pp. 14-16
        5. The Corporations: A Study in Ineptness by Terence McCarthy, pp. 17-21
        6. Editorial: A Fight We Can Win by David Kolodney, pp. 22-23
        7. The $150 Billion Shopping List by David Johnson, pp. 24-27
        8. After Overkill: Enough Is Enough by Herbert Scoville, Jr., pp. 28-30
        9. The Riddle of Governor Jerry Brown by Francis Carney, pp. 31-33
        10. The Marketplace of Hunger by Susan DeMarco and Susan Sechler, pp. 34-37
        11. Why China Doesn't Starve by Roger Blobaum, pp. 38-42
        12. A Declaration of Interdependence by Robert McAfee Brown, pp. 43-44
        13. "The Berendt Conversion" by John Brunner, pp. 45-64
      5. [+]
        August 1975 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 9
        2. Britain in Between by Matthew Blaire, pp. 10-13
        3. Grand Juries: The American Inquisition by John Conyers, Jr., pp. 14-16
        4. Militarism, Ideology and Poverty by Terence McCarthy, pp. 17-20
        5. How Poverty Breeds Overpopulation by Barry Commoner, pp. 21-25
        6. Running with Dick Gregory by Barry Farrell, pp. 26-29
        7. The Remaking of History by Noam Chomsky, pp. 30-32
        8. Revolution and Continuity by Jacques Decornoy, p. 33
        9. The Press at War by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 34-37
        10. Reconstruction and Reconciliation: A Call by Don Luce, pp. 38-39
        11. The Privilege of Violence by Edgar Z. Friedenberg, pp. 40-44
        12. Hollywood Politics: Hearts, Minds and Money by Andrew Kopkind, pp. 45-64