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                          Issues of 1965 = 25 Issues, 421 Articles
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                            Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1965 = 6 Issues, 99 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              January 16, 1965 Issue = 15 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. We treat our military shabbily (Speaking Out) by Marion T. Wood, pp. 10-15
                              3. Let's relax about Europe (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                              4. Retirement housing: Thistles in paradise by Bill Davidson, pp. 19-25
                              5. Can a chipmunk teach the new math on TV? by Richard Atcheson, pp. 26-27
                              6. Henry Luce: The first tycoon by John Kobler, pp. 28-47
                              7. Walker's peak by Robin White, pp. 48-59
                              8. The steel ball by Roy Bongartz, pp. 60-65
                              9. Post scripts, pp. 66-67
                              10. Jack Lemmon: 'Go find something wrong with him!' by Richard Lemon, pp. 68-73
                              11. But where will I keep my movie magazines? by William K. Zinsser, pp. 74-76
                              12. Hazel, p. 77
                              13. Who didn't kill Barbara Kralik? by Bard Lindeman, pp. 78-81
                              14. Editorials, p. 82
                              15. The cover photograph of Jack Lemmon by Bob Willoughby
                            2. [+]
                              January 30, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 6-11
                              2. What's wrong with germ warfare? (Speaking Out) by Dr. Clifford F. Rassweiler, pp. 12-17
                              3. Blandness in the White House (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                              4. The future of the Republican Party by Dwight D. Eisenhower, pp. 21-25
                              5. The K.K.K.: 'We got nothing to hide' by Harold H. Martin and Kenneth Fairly, pp. 26-33
                              6. Bosses make lousy lovers by Joan Didion, pp. 34-39
                              7. The buffalo by Noel Mostert, pp. 40-47
                              8. An error of judgment by Walter Meade, pp. 48-55
                              9. Are you ready for Egyptland? by Morton Fineman, pp. 56-65
                              10. Post scripts, pp. 66-67
                              11. Mastah Freddy's moest miracle by John Reddy, pp. 68-71
                              12. The house that art built by Richard Lemon, pp. 72-77
                              13. Filet of hippo, anyone? by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 78-79
                              14. Hazel, pp. 80-82
                              15. The masquerade of a counterfeit doctor by Bard Lindeman, pp. 83-87
                              16. Editorials, p. 88
                              17. Cover by Lynn Pelham
                            3. [+]
                              February 13, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Why get married? (Speaking Out) by Dr. Leslie Koempel, pp. 10-17
                              3. What's wrong with our Army? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                              4. The plane that get you there before you left by James Atwater, pp. 21-24
                              5. The sound of progress by John Skow, pp. 25-26
                              6. The world's biggest gambler by Robert Wernick, pp. 27-32
                              7. Tell my parents not to worry by George Feifer, pp. 33-39
                              8. A life of your own by Frank O'Connor, pp. 40-45
                              9. Perlmutter at the East Pole by Stanley Elkin, pp. 46-63
                              10. Count three and stick your foot in it by Eugene D. Balsley, pp. 64-71
                              11. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                              12. Rudi Gernreich: The great idea boy by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 74-81
                              13. Take me out ot the old yakyu by Leonard Shecter, pp. 82-83
                              14. Hazel, pp. 84-88
                              15. Sammy Davis: Don't call him Junior anymore by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 89-93
                              16. Editorial, p. 94
                              17. Cover by Mark Kauffman
                            4. [+]
                              February 27, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Communism is note what we think (Speaking Out) by George Feifer, pp. 10-19
                              3. Winston Churchill: A footnote (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-22
                              4. The Black Muslims are a fraud by Aubrey Barnette and Edward Linn, pp. 23-29
                              5. Mobiles: The soaring art of Alexander Calder by Richard Lemon, pp. 30-35
                              6. Carroll Baker: The lady was a tramp by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 36-43
                              7. The dirty-clam caper by John Skow, pp. 44-49
                              8. Some of the time, all of the time by S. Dorman, pp. 50-59
                              9. The breakable cup by Janet Lewis, pp. 60-67
                              10. Post scripts, pp. 68-69
                              11. Ah-ha, the cat saw the mouse by William Saroyan, pp. 70-73
                              12. Watch out---here it comes! by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 74-77
                              13. The Kingfish's son picks up the whip by William K. Goolrick, pp. 78-82
                              14. Hazel, p. 83
                              15. Who killed your favorite TV show? by Bill Davidson, pp. 84-87
                              16. Editorial, p. 88
                              17. Cover photograph by Burt Glinn
                            5. [+]
                              March 13, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Do we want to win the war on poverty? (Speaking Out) by Christopher Jencks, pp. 10-17
                              3. The inner-directed mood (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-22
                              4. Madison Avenue: The big invisible sell by Martin Mayer, pp. 23-31
                              5. Liz Montgomery: Samantha gets her way by Joe Hyams, pp. 32-33
                              6. The case of the dead bookie by Roger Kahn, pp. 34-43
                              7. The intruder by Robert Henderson, pp. 44-51
                              8. St. Augustine's pigeon by Evan S. Connell Jr., pp. 52-79
                              9. Post scripts, pp. 80-81
                              10. Attack on the unborn by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 82-85
                              11. Grits, magnolia and skiing by John Skow, pp. 86-89
                              12. The filibuster's best friend by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 90-91
                              13. Hazel, pp. 92-94
                              14. Richard Rodgers: No. 1 melody man by Gilbert Millstein, pp. 95-99
                              15. Editorials, p. 100
                              16. Cover illustration by N.M. Bodecker
                            6. [+]
                              March 27, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                              2. Presidential campaigns are a sham (Speaking Out) by Dean Burch, pp. 12-17
                              3. We can't let them down (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                              4. Discotheque by Normand Poirier, pp. 21-27
                              5. Vietnam: Where do we go from here? by Stanley Karnow, pp. 28-33
                              6. A mirage of beautiful air by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 34-41
                              7. The turtle by Paul Brodeur, pp. 42-51
                              8. No more roses by Allan Seager, pp. 52-61
                              9. The bus by Shirley Jackson, pp. 62-69
                              10. Post scripts, pp. 70-71
                              11. Anyone for survival? by Alfred Balk, pp. 72-75
                              12. A sentimental journey to Dracula's hometown by Gene Smith, pp. 76-79
                              13. Lyndon Johnson's religion by John Bird, pp. 80-82
                              14. Hazel, p. 83
                              15. Willie Pastrano: Champion of nonviolence by Myron Cope, pp. 84-87
                              16. Editorials, p. 88
                              17. Cover photograph by Burt Glinn
                          2. [+]
                            Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1965 = 6 Issues, 98 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              April 10, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Integration could destroy rural Mississippi (Speaking Out) by Dr. Clayton Sullivan, pp. 10-17
                              3. The heir apparent (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-22
                              4. Teen-age drinking by Bill Davidson, pp. 23-27
                              5. Uncle Sam's wonderful tax machine by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 28-29
                              6. Circus! by Bill Ballantine, pp. 30-37
                              7. F.D.R. as we remember him, pp. 38-53
                              8. The Appraiser by Malcolm Wood, pp. 54-65
                              9. The Covenant by R.V. Cassill, pp. 66-79
                              10. Post scripts, pp. 80-81
                              11. They are staring at me by V.S. Naipaul, pp. 82-85
                              12. Jeanne Moreau: Death, suffering, love by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 86-89
                              13. The great Swampoodle gazette by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 90-91
                              14. Hazel, pp. 92-94
                              15. The Angel who doesn't fear to tread by Myron Cope, pp. 95-99
                              16. Editorials, p. 100
                              17. Cover photograph by Lawrence J. Schiller
                            2. [+]
                              April 24, 1965 Issue = 14 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. We should negotiate a settlement in Vietnam (Speaking Out) by Sen. Frank Church, pp. 10-15
                              3. The meaning of the dead (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                              4. The American minister by Harold H. Martin, pp. 19-29
                              5. A cosmic room to stagger the mind by James Atwater, pp. 30-31
                              6. Has anybody here seen Kelly? by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 32-53
                              7. An invitation to the voyage by Warren Miller, pp. 54-63
                              8. The ambulance driver by James Buechler, pp. 64-71
                              9. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                              10. Haiti: Hatred without hope by Herbert Gold, pp. 74-83
                              11. A town where the Mets are champs by Jerry Izenberg, pp. 84-86
                              12. Hazel, pp. 87-91
                              13. Editorials, p. 92
                              14. Cover by Wayne Miller
                            3. [+]
                              May 8, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Get the Government off the farm (Speaking Out) by Alice Pearse Bean, pp. 10-17
                              3. The great row in California (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                              4. Lost: One centennial (The Human Comedy) by William K. Zinsser, pp. 22-26
                              5. The explosive revival of the far left by Richard Armstrong, pp. 27-31
                              6. Why I quit the extreme left by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 32-39
                              7. Brigitte Bardot: No place left to hide by Pete Hamill, pp. 40-45
                              8. Sundown of a champion by Robert Daley, pp. 46-57
                              9. Zero on the compass by S. Dorman, pp. 58-61
                              10. America America, pp. 62-77
                              11. The cheat by Frank O'Connor, pp. 78-85
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 86-87
                              13. The importance of being poached by John Skow, pp. 88-93
                              14. Lyndon Johnson's mother by Isabelle Shelton, pp. 94-96
                              15. Hazel, p. 97
                              16. The magnificent obsession of "Colonel" Brown by James Phelan, pp. 98-101
                              17. Editorials, p. 102
                              18. Cover by Orlando
                            4. [+]
                              May 22, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. The world is mean to millionaires (Speaking Out) by J. Paul Getty, pp. 10-15
                              3. The Soviet spymasters (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                              4. My wife, the critic (The Human Comedy) by Marvin Kitman, pp. 18-22
                              5. "I spied for the Russians" by Robert Glenn Thompson and Harold H. Martin, pp. 23-29
                              6. The meaning of the Selma march by W.C. Heinz and Bard Lindeman, pp. 30-31
                              7. How much can you take? by Roger Vaughan, pp. 32-43
                              8. Pointy shoes by William Saroyan, pp. 44-45
                              9. America America, pp. 46-65
                              10. A monkey of his own by Thomas Berger, pp. 66-79
                              11. Post scripts, pp. 80-81
                              12. Soviet fashions: A hesitant hint of glamour by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 82-83
                              13. I wrote The Drinking Man's Diet by Robert Wernick, pp. 84-85
                              14. Hazel, pp. 86-95
                              15. Editorial, p. 96
                              16. Cover photo by John Zimmerman
                            5. [+]
                              June 5, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. I hate Paris in the springtime (Speaking Out) by Robert Daley, pp. 10-17
                              3. The intellectuals and Vietnam (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                              4. Ceiling Zero (The Human Comedy) by William K. Zinsser, pp. 22-24
                              5. Massachusetts: Rogues and reformers in a state on trial by Edward R.F. Sheehan, pp. 25-35
                              6. Horses in the living room by Daniel P. Mannix, pp. 36-37
                              7. "I spied for the Russians" by Robert Glenn Thompson and Harold H. Martin, pp. 38-49
                              8. The battle of Squashy Hollow by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 50-61
                              9. The survivors by Theodore Weesner, pp. 62-67
                              10. America America, pp. 68-75
                              11. Post scripts, pp. 76-77
                              12. India: Downhill toward disaster by Stanley Karnow, pp. 78-89
                              13. Hazel, pp. 90-92
                              14. Shirley Temple: her eyes are still dancing by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 93-97
                              15. Editorials, p. 98
                              16. Cover photograph by Ted Polumbaum
                            6. [+]
                              June 19, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                              2. Down with sin! (Speaking Out) by Tom Wolfe, pp. 12-17
                              3. L.B.J.'s foreign policy---manner and matter (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                              4. Confessions of a pun addict (The Human Comedy) by John Skow, pp. 20-22
                              5. Ordeal of a Hoffa victim by Bill Davidson, pp. 23-27
                              6. The Russian woman by Olga Carlisle, pp. 28-43
                              7. Is anybody out there? by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 44-47
                              8. Don Juan in Dublin by Sean O'Faolain, pp. 48-57
                              9. Dovisch among the savages by Herbert Wilner, pp. 58-59
                              10. America America, pp. 60-73
                              11. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                              12. The man from U.N.C.L.E. by Don Freeman, pp. 76-79
                              13. A school where children teach themselves by Hillel Black, pp. 80-84
                              14. Hazel, p. 85
                              15. Murder: The Klan on trial by William Bradford Huie, pp. 86-89
                              16. Editorials, pp. 90-92
                              17. Cover photograph by John Launois
                          3. [+]
                            Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1965 = 7 Issues, 120 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              July 3, 1965 Issue = 19 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Long live imperialism (Speaking Out) by James Morris, pp. 10-17
                              3. Vietnam: Free elections? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                              4. Wanted: One lovely monster (The Human Comedy) by Roy Bongartz, pp. 22-24
                              5. The secret of life by Max Gunther, pp. 25-29
                              6. Ruffle of colors, flourish of brass by Tony Ray-Jones, Photographer, pp. 30-35
                              7. The cross that inflames a city by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 36-37
                              8. The Burma Surgeon's last battle by Sterling Seagrave, pp. 38-51
                              9. Home fires burning by Malcolm Wood, pp. 52-54
                              10. America America, pp. 55-59
                              11. One sunny morning by Kay Boyle, pp. 60-65
                              12. The visitor by Audrey A. Boughton, pp. 66-71
                              13. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                              14. The second lady by Nan Robertson, pp. 74-79
                              15. A horseplayer's wild ride through Europe by Gene Smith, pp. 80-81
                              16. Hazel, pp. 82-86
                              17. Hestou: Larger than life by Pete Hamill, pp. 87-91
                              18. Editorials, p. 92
                              19. Cover photograph by Ken Heyman
                            2. [+]
                              July 17, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. We must woo Red China (Speaking Out) by Arnold J. Toynbee, pp. 10-15
                              3. A time of trouble (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-19
                              4. Should women give men the vote? (The Human Comedy) by Marvin Kitman, pp. 20-22
                              5. America's new big rich by Stewart Alsop, pp. 23-27
                              6. The great wild-bee safari by Bil Gilbert, pp. 28-29
                              7. last of the divorce ranches by Robert Wernick, pp. 30-47
                              8. The wildest ride by Philip Nicoloff, pp. 48-49
                              9. America America, pp. 50-51
                              10. The quack frown sox lumps oven the---, or, farewell, Phi Beta Kafka by Ogden Nash, pp. 52-59
                              11. The secret of the box by Heinrich Boll, pp. 60-63
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                              13. Adak: "A woman behind every tree" by Eliot Asinof, pp. 66-71
                              14. Discovery that helps prevent miscarriages by Robert P. Goldman, pp. 72-74
                              15. Hazel, p. 75
                              16. The big Bond bonanza by William K. Zinsser, pp. 76-81
                              17. Editorials, p. 82
                              18. Cover photographs by Loomis Dean
                            3. [+]
                              July 31, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                              2. Isolationists are stupid (Speaking Out) by Dean Acheson, pp. 12-15
                              3. The new big rich---a postscript (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                              4. Please don't call me fireball (The Human Comedy) by Thomas Meehan, pp. 18-22
                              5. The Mafia can't crack Los Angeles by Bill Davidson, pp. 23-27
                              6. The Fischer quints: Summer on the farm by John Bird, pp. 28-35
                              7. When the marines stormed ashore in Snato Domingo by Tad Szulc, pp. 36-49
                              8. Everything must go! by Stanley Elkin, pp. 50-53
                              9. America America, pp. 54-57
                              10. The chastity of Magda Wickwhire by Edith Konecky, pp. 58-65
                              11. Post Scripts, pp. 66-67
                              12. The torment of Alberto Giacometti by John Kobler, pp. 68-74
                              13. The last angry old man by Edward Linn, pp. 75-77
                              14. Hazel, pp. 78-82
                              15. Those swinging beach movies by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 83-87
                              16. Editorials, p. 88
                              17. Cover photo by Wayne Miller
                            4. [+]
                              August 14, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Hypocrisy is no sin (Speaking Out) by D.W. Brogan, pp. 10-17
                              3. The anti-Johnson underground (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                              4. I am a fugitive form the Diners' Club (The Human Comedy) by Jimmy Breslin, pp. 20-22
                              5. My twelve years with Kennedy by Evelyn Lincoln, pp. 23-27
                              6. The bomb: a tale of two cities by Rafael Steinberg, pp. 28-35
                              7. The secret city on the magic mountain by Dexter Masters, pp. 36-47
                              8. The big beast by Paul Darcy Boles, pp. 48-49
                              9. America America, pp. 50-51
                              10. How to win at cocktails by Benjamin DeMott, pp. 52-55
                              11. Post Scripts, pp. 56-57
                              12. Is America ready for the Cord? by James Atwater, pp. 58-69
                              13. The Mecca Lunch Kid by Myron Cope, pp. 70-74
                              14. Hazel, p. 75
                              15. John Wayne: A love song by Joan Didion, pp. 76-79
                              16. Editorial, p. 80
                              17. Cover photograph by Karsh
                            5. [+]
                              August 28, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                              2. Slum clearance is a hoax (Speaking Out) by Daniel M. Friedenberg, pp. 12-17
                              3. Robert Kennedy and the liberals (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                              4. Out to launch (The Human Comedy) by John Skow, pp. 20-24
                              5. See America first by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 25-31
                              6. The killer that stalks the newborn by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 32-35
                              7. My twelve years with Kennedy: The presidential years by Evelyn Lincoln, pp. 36-49
                              8. Peace by Heinrich Boll, pp. 50-55
                              9. America America, pp. 56-59
                              10. The gaudiest thing on wheels by William Humphrey, pp. 60-67
                              11. Post scripts, pp. 68-76
                              12. Jean Simmons: The mouse becomes a cat by C. Robert Jennings, p. 77
                              13. Hazel, p. 78
                              14. Will Snick overcome? by Richard Armstrong, pp. 79-83
                              15. Editorials, p. 84
                              16. The cover by John Launois
                            6. [+]
                              September 11, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Teen-agers are the greatest people (Speaking Out) by Philip Wylie, pp. 10-13
                              3. War's awful logic (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                              4. My uncle, the violinist (The Human Comedy) by Allan Sherman, pp. 16-20
                              5. Who is Lyndon Johnson? by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 21-25
                              6. Where did all the women go? by Thomas Meehan, pp. 26-31
                              7. Hometown, U.S.A. by Edmund G. Love, pp. 32-47
                              8. A good and gallant woman by Richard Yates, pp. 48-49
                              9. America America, pp. 50-55
                              10. The biggest watermelon anybody ever saw by William Saroyan, pp. 56-59
                              11. We've got to call it something by Max Gunther, pp. 60-61
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 62-71
                              13. Hazel, pp. 72-75
                              14. There'll always be an Elvis by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 76-79
                              15. Editorials, p. 80
                              16. Cover illustration by Blake Hampton
                            7. [+]
                              September 25, 1965 Issue = 17 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Colleges are obsolete (Speaking Out) by Robert M. Hutchins, pp. 10-13
                              3. Where do we go from here? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-17
                              4. Don't upset the apricot (The Human Comedy) by Bill Conklin, pp. 18-22
                              5. Hoover of the FBI by James Phelan, pp. 23-33
                              6. Can a girl find happiness under 80? by Bil Gilbert, pp. 34-37
                              7. Alone against the sea by William Willis, pp. 38-51
                              8. To be a hero by Richard Yates, pp. 52-69
                              9. The secret infidelity of Arthur Nydes by Ann Bayer, pp. 70-73
                              10. America America, pp. 74-75
                              11. Post scripts, pp. 76-77
                              12. Must your body wear out? by C.P. Gilmore, pp. 78-85
                              13. Bill Cosby: Variety is the life of spies by Stanley Karnow, pp. 86-87
                              14. Hazel, pp. 88-90
                              15. "I'm just an ordinary girl" by Pete Hamill and David Weber, pp. 91-97
                              16. Editorials, p. 98
                              17. Cover photograph by Fred Ward
                          4. [+]
                            Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1965 = 6 Issues, 104 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              October 9, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Children are a waste of time (Speaking Out) by Nigel Balchin, pp. 10-13
                              3. Sorensen on Kennedy---a footnote (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                              4. Does he or doesn't he? (The Human Comedy) by William K. Zinsser, pp. 16-22
                              5. A new era for the old South by Harold H. Martin, pp. 23-25
                              6. Mr. Acarius by William Faulkner, pp. 26-31
                              7. The house of Adolph Ochs by Roger Kahn, pp. 32-57
                              8. America America, pp. 58-69
                              9. Post scripts, pp. 70-71
                              10. The better mouse beats a path by Jack Murphy, pp. 72-73
                              11. "I'll put on one hell of a show" by Theodore Taylor and James Atwater, pp. 74-77
                              12. Can New York be saved? by John V. Lindsay, pp. 78-79
                              13. Hazel, pp. 80-82
                              14. All for the love of Mike by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 83-87
                              15. Editorial, p. 88
                              16. Cover photos by Bob Willoughby
                            2. [+]
                              October 23, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. Down with cops (Speaking Out) by Nelson Algren, pp. 10-17
                              3. The twin illusions (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                              4. To each his own buffalo (The Human Comedy) by Roy Bongartz, pp. 22-26
                              5. What the people really think by Stewart Alsop, pp. 27-31
                              6. The man who speaks for L.B.J. by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 32-33
                              7. George Balanchine: "God creates, I assemble" by Suzanne Massie, pp. 34-37
                              8. The battle for Nam Dong by Capt. Roger H.C. Donlon and Warren Rogers, pp. 38-53
                              9. Just a friendly little game by William Price Fox, pp. 54-75
                              10. The huntress by Christina Stead, pp. 76-87
                              11. America America, pp. 88-89
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 90-91
                              13. Down the wide Missouri with "an old s.o.b." by Robert Wernick, pp. 92-97
                              14. The riddle of the "nice" killer by Bard Lindeman, pp. 98-101
                              15. Hazel, pp. 102-104
                              16. Dr. Seuss: "What am I doing here?" by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 105-109
                              17. Editorial, p. 110
                              18. The cover illustration by Jean L. Huens
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                              November 6, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                              2. Let's spoil the wilderness (Speaking Out) by Robert Wernick, pp. 12-19
                              3. Watts: The fire next time (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-23
                              4. How Barry Sosostris will save TV (The Human Comedy) by Russell Baker, pp. 24-28
                              5. Bobby Kennedy and the fight for New York by Richard Armstrong, pp. 29-31
                              6. The ordeal of Ray Bliss by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 32-35
                              7. The discovery of Miss America by David L. Goodrich, pp. 36-41
                              8. Four deadly minutes by John Kobler, pp. 42-47
                              9. Falling leaves by Alfred Slote, pp. 48-55
                              10. The day the time changed by George Mandel, pp. 56-65
                              11. The passion of Daily Hall by B.L. Barrett, pp. 66-67
                              12. America America, pp. 68-75
                              13. Post scripts, pp. 76-77
                              14. Still quiet on the Western Front by Gene Smith, pp. 78-91
                              15. Hazel, pp. 92-93
                              16. Good-bye to a second banana by Richard Lemon, pp. 94-97
                              17. Editorials, p. 98
                              18. The Cover: Debbie Bryant by David L. Goodrich
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                              November 20, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. We must stop tax snooping (Speaking Out) by Senator Edward V. Long, pp. 10-17
                              3. The good guy (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                              4. A pocketful of golumpkis (The Human Comedy) by Jerry Kobrin, pp. 22-26
                              5. The two worlds of Princess Margaret by James Morris, pp. 27-31
                              6. Hell's Angels by William Murray, pp. 32-39
                              7. Omar Khayyam and his talking typewriter by C.P. Gilmore, pp. 40-41
                              8. The embattled nurse of Jackrabbit Flats by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 42-59
                              9. The invisible Japanese gentlemen by Graham Greene, pp. 60-63
                              10. The rookie by John Quirk, pp. 64-81
                              11. America America, pp. 82-83
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 84-85
                              13. Anne Bancroft: "Hey Ma! I can do that!" by Richard Lemon, pp. 86-91
                              14. C-(Frank Ryan)/2 by Roger Kahn, pp. 92-95
                              15. Hazel, pp. 96-98
                              16. Fallen priests by Sanche de Gramont, pp. 99-103
                              17. Editorials, p. 104
                              18. Cover photograph by Wayne Miller
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                              December 4, 1965 Issue = 16 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                              2. All-America teams are phony (Speaking Out) by Myron Cope, pp. 10-15
                              3. The Brookses and the Gowsters (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-19
                              4. Mrs. Moodus's second honeymoon (The Human Comedy) by Ogden Nash, pp. 20-22
                              5. The thrill-pill menace by Bill Davidson, pp. 23-27
                              6. "Find another de Gaulle" by Edward Behr, pp. 28-29
                              7. The sharpest wit in Washington by Jean vanden Heuvel, pp. 30-33
                              8. Farewell to Farmer Tuttle by John Bird, pp. 34-49
                              9. A night for celebration by Vera Randal White, pp. 50-55
                              10. The Rookie (Conclusion) by John Quirk, pp. 56-69
                              11. America America, pp. 70-73
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                              13. Please send one billion dollars by Robert K. Massie, pp. 76-81
                              14. Hazel, pp. 82-83
                              15. Bonanza by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 84-89
                              16. Editorials, p. 90
                            6. [+]
                              December 18, 1965 Issue = 18 Articles
                              1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                              2. Let's keep Christmas commercial (Speaking Out) by April Oursler Armstrong, pp. 8-13
                              3. The organization spies (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                              4. To heck in a handcar (The Human Comedy) by Marvin Kitman, pp. 16-20
                              5. A Merry Christmas for the Quints by John Bird, pp. 21-25
                              6. Tormented life of a pro linebacker by James Atwater, pp. 26-31
                              7. "I'm out of a job, I'm all through" by Ben H. Bendikian, pp. 32-47
                              8. Foxer by Brian Cleeve, pp. 48-51
                              9. America America, pp. 52-60
                              10. The possibility of evil by Shirley Jackson, pp. 61-69
                              11. Win a few, lose a few by Robert Lacy, pp. 70-75
                              12. Post scripts, pp. 76-77
                              13. Big deal on tiny wheels by Thomas Meehan, pp. 78-79
                              14. Why Mr. Jarvis deserves torture by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 80-83
                              15. Hazel, pp. 84-86
                              16. A church for the hungry by Patricia Hontz, pp. 87-91
                              17. Editorial, pp. 92-94
                              18. Cover photograph by Wayne Miller
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                          Issues of 1966 = 27 Issues, 450 Articles
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                            Issues of 1967 = 26 Issues, 448 Articles
                          2. [+]
                            Issues of the 1970s = 3 Years, 24 Issues, 731 Articles
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                              Issues of 1974 = 9 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                Issues of 1978 = 6 Issues, 199 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1979 = 9 Issues, 238 Articles
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                                  Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 83 Issues, 2,039 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1980 = 8 Issues, 221 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 112 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1982 = 9 Issues, 235 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1983 = 9 Issues, 217 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1984 = 9 Issues, 213 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1985 = 9 Issues, 205 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1986 = 9 Issues, 227 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1987 = 9 Issues, 232 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 1988 = 9 Issues, 210 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 1989 = 8 Issues, 167 Articles
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                                                      Issues of the 1990s = 8 Years, 48 Issues, 993 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 1990 = 8 Issues, 173 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 1991 = 7 Issues, 144 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 1992 = 6 Issues, 129 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 1993 = 6 Issues, 129 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 1994 = 6 Issues, 117 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 1995 = 6 Issues, 128 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 119 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 54 Articles