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    • October 6, 1945 Issue - 22 Articles
    • Keep Up With the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • The Future of Chinese Democracy, p. 11
      The Generalissimo breaks a precedent and answers Collier's questions regarding plans fo...
    • Cloak and Dagger, pp. 12-13
      First of four parts. How the battle of espionage was won
    • Saturday Afternoons, pp. 14-15
      It was a question whether men or ballet dancing would be the big interest of Marcie's life
    • Jobs for Everybody?, p. 16
      One of the sponsors of the Unemployment Bill explains its purposes
    • Whatever You Call It, p. 17
      Ellis didn't care about love at first sight---but she learned
    • Exercise in Color, pp. 18-19
      An exhibit of high-school students' art work that won Collier's awards
    • The Emperor Said No, pp. 20-21
      East and West came within a hair's breadth of meeting on a beach in the Ryukyus
    • You See It in the Movies, pp. 22-23
      And you, too, will be wearing gaslight-era styles---but streamlined
    • Arch of Triumph, pp. 24-25
      The Serial Story, fourth of six parts
    • An Informal History of the Hobo News, pp. 26-29
      This totally wacky publishing venture pays juicy dividends
    • Decoration, pp. 30-36
      The case of a man who was a hero to everyone but his brother
    • Gift from the Heart, pp. 37-51
      It cured Joan of her fear that Kenny wasn't the "good provider" type
    • Upside-Down Man, pp. 52-70
      The Chicago Cubs' Mr. Gallagher prefers farm hands to prima donnas
    • Great American Gamble, pp. 71-74
      If marriage is a lottery, divorce must be Bingo
    • Test-Tube Detective, pp. 75-85
      A toxicologist who sends more men to the hot seat than any sleuth
    • The Dedication, pp. 86-91
      The Short Short Story
    • Armored in Glass, pp. 92-96
      Not as picturesque but far more efficient than the breastplates of the knights of old
    • The Week's Work, p. 97
    • Editorials, pp. 98-100
      The Full Employment Bill; The Yale-Harvard Reforms; Again, The National War Fund
    • Cover