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                                                  January 1, 1966 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                  1. "Poverty" Politics vs. Education by Russell Kirk, p. 2
                                                  2. Election Year Tax Cut May Well Be Canceled by Walter Trohan, p. 3
                                                  3. AFL-CIO's Package Deal Invites Swifter Inflation, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. U.S. Viet Forces Face Almost Impossible Combat Conditions by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 6
                                                  5. Do Missing Turncoats Still Have Red Ties?, p. 6
                                                  6. Big Labor Hopes to Unionize Financial and Insurance Employes by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                  7. Speaking Schedule Keeps Mike Myerson Busy by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 7
                                                  8. Some Embarrassing Questions for Prime Minister Wilson by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                  9. Whom Will LBJ Name to Head Urban Affairs Department?, p. 8
                                                  10. Poverty Program Inquiry Said to Be Nearly Broke, p. 9
                                                  11. Goldwater Answers Shriver on SDS by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                  12. Roster of Congressmen, p. 10
                                                  13. The Danger of Positive Thinking by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                  14. Evolution of the TVA Octopus, p. 11
                                                  15. Conservative Students Have Not Given Up the Fight at Berkeley by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                  16. RFK's Wanderlust No Help to U.S. by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                  17. "De Facto Education" Is What Really Counts by George S. Schuyler, p. 14
                                                  18. Churches Must Take the Lead, p. 14
                                                  19. Russia's Crackdown on Writers, p. 15
                                                  20. HCUA Has a Job to Do, pp. 15-16
                                                2. [+]
                                                  January 8, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                  1. UAW Victory at Kohler, p. 2
                                                  2. New Secret Wheat Deal with Egypt Uncovered, pp. 3-5
                                                  3. The Kremlin Desperately Needs an Outside Enemy by John Chamberlain, p. 6
                                                  4. Congress' Coming Great Debate on Legislative Reapportionment, p. 6
                                                  5. Defoliation: Where Have We Heard That Word Before?, p. 6
                                                  6. Red Conference Opens in Havana by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 7
                                                  7. Facing the Facts on Automation by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                  8. The Pitfalls of Federal Aid to Education by Dr. John Howard, pp. 8-9
                                                  9. How Left-Wing Extremists Help Shape U.S. Policies by Rep. Charles Gubser, p. 10
                                                  10. Mikhail Sholokhov and the Soviet Cultural Charade by Henry J. Taylor, p. 11
                                                  11. Thanks to Socialism Famine Again Stalks the Earth, p. 12
                                                  12. The Lively Conservative Corpse by Paul Harvey, p. 12
                                                  13. Only a Maximum Effort Can Bring U.S. Victory by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 13
                                                  14. A Year's End Look at Viet Nam by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                  15. Downhill at the U.N., p. 14
                                                  16. Poverty War Attack on the Middle Class, p. 14
                                                  17. Is McNamara Encouraging a Soviet Attack? by Rep. Craig Hosmer, p. 15
                                                  18. Can We Afford the "Great Society"? by John J. Henry, p. 16
                                                3. [+]
                                                  January 15, 1966 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                  1. Coming: A Battle Over the FBI by Ralph de Toledano, p. 2
                                                  2. Move Launched to Ban Strikes at Key War Plants by Victor Riesel, p. 3
                                                  3. Why Does LBJ Rely on Harriman? by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Will Unemployment Compensatoin Be Federalized? by James J. Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                  5. Viet War Delays Politicians' Decisions; "March of Poor" on Washington Falls Flat, p. 6
                                                  6. Total American Involvement Would Doom Communist China by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 7
                                                  7. Will Cambodia Wake Up?, pp. 7-9
                                                  8. What's Happening to the Mail? by Mrs. Mary Brooks, p. 10
                                                  9. From Protests to Production by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                  10. Mike Quill---Labor Boss by William Schulz, p. 11
                                                  11. Will the Logan Act Be Enforced?, p. 12
                                                  12. The Truth About Johnson's Heralded Employment "Cuts" by Barry Goldwater, p. 12
                                                  13. Dead Americans, p. 12
                                                  14. A Tired American Speaks Out by Alan McIntosh, p. 13
                                                  15. Viewing Bracero Ban in Light of Crop Losses by Caspar W. Weinberger, p. 13
                                                  16. Capitalism Si!, p. 13
                                                  17. "The Challange of Conservatism" by Jack Williams, p. 14
                                                  18. Fear of Nuclear War Might Bring Just That by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                  19. Rent Subsidy Is Bad Proposal, p. 15
                                                  20. U.S. Offi ce of Education Again Probes Chicago Schools, p. 15
                                                  21. "Disneyland for the Disadvantaged", p. 16
                                                  22. Needed: A New Hoover Commission, p. 16
                                                4. [+]
                                                  January 22, 1966 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                  1. Rhodesian Embassy Silenced by Holmes Alexander, p. 2
                                                  2. Russia Is Giving North Viet Nam Improved Surface-to-Air Missiles, p. 3
                                                  3. American Leftists Supply Hanoi With Taped Propaganda Messages by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 3-6
                                                  4. Baker Indictment Side-Steps Conflict-of-Interest Charges, p. 7
                                                  5. False Labeling: The Left's Most Useful Anti-Conservative Weapon by Barry Goldwater, pp. 7-10
                                                  6. Meany Letter Overlooks Some "Basic Principles" by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                  7. State Department Fails to Prove All Security Risks Are Gone, p. 11
                                                  8. YAF Spearheads Rallies for Freedom in Viet Nam by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 12
                                                  9. Taking the Long View of History by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 12
                                                  10. Atom Spy Klaus Fuchs Tries to Stir Up NATO Trouble by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                  11. Rebellion in Russia's Europe: Fact and Fiction by Hal Lehrman, pp. 14-15
                                                  12. Red Chinese Propaganda Flood by John Boland, p. 16
                                                  13. Answers to Some Unfriendly Question by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 16
                                                  14. Free Enterprise?, p. 16
                                                5. [+]
                                                  January 29, 1966 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                  1. Why This Worship of Keynes? by John Chamberlain, p. 2
                                                  2. House Plans a Thorough Probe of McNamara's Defense Policies, p. 3
                                                  3. Administration "Reluctant" to Enforce Logan Act, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Why We Should Keep the Two-Year House Term by Rep. Walter Rogers, p. 6
                                                  5. The Image-Polishing Goes On by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 6-7
                                                  6. Needed: More Truth in Government by Sen. John J. Williams, p. 8
                                                  7. No, Mr. President, We Will not Sacrifice Poor People, but Poor Programs by Rep. Gerald Ford, pp. 8-9
                                                  8. Leftists RAlly to William Epton's Defense by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 10
                                                  9. Viet Cong Viciousness Is Being Soft-Pedaled, p. 10
                                                  10. Rep. Roudebush Denounces Red Scientists' U.S. Tour, p. 11
                                                  11. More Subsidized Propaganda, p. 11
                                                  12. Federal Officials Won't Censor Tax-Supported Black Arts Theatre by Jesse Helms, p. 12
                                                  13. Congressmen Call for North Viet Nam Embargo, p. 12
                                                  14. ADA Would Outdo "Great Society", p. 12
                                                  15. When Will Businessmen Wake up? by Barry Goldwater, p. 12
                                                  16. Court Begins Consideration of Voting Rights Act by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                  17. Sukarno Wants to Sell Out Indonesia Without Witnesses, p. 13
                                                  18. LBJ Wants More Managed News by Ted Lewis, p. 14
                                                  19. The Communists' Continuing War Against Religion, p. 14
                                                  20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                6. [+]
                                                  February 5, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                  1. LBJ's "Help Hubert" Campaign by Barry Goldwater, p. 2
                                                  2. Sen. Williams Hits Callahan Contributions, p. 2
                                                  3. CIA Director Raborn is Under Double Attack, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Communists Plan New Revolutionary Activity Around the Globe, pp. 6-7
                                                  5. Will the Real Budget Please Stand Up?, pp. 8-9
                                                  6. Communist Refused Burial in Arlington Cemetery by Jerry Greene, p. 10
                                                  7. Bosch's "Alliance" with the Reds, p. 10
                                                  8. More Left-Wing "Free Universities" Spring Up by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 11
                                                  9. Goodell Hits Poverty Waste, p. 11
                                                  10. The Need for Off-Year Elections by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                  11. De Facto Integration and Sen. Bobby Kennedy by Victor Lasky, p. 12
                                                  12. U.S. Officials Are Attempting to Conceal Viet Supply Tie-Up by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                  13. Railroad Union Threatens Strike, p. 13
                                                  14. Leftists' New "People's Politics" by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                  15. Celler's Bill Proposes Industrial Straitjacket, p. 14
                                                  16. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  17. Freedom of Press in Danger by Eugene C. Pulliam, p. 16
                                                  18. Ernest Creech Memorial Fund, p. 16
                                                7. [+]
                                                  February 12, 1966 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                  1. Experts Discount Mott Suicide by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 2
                                                  2. Big Labor's Allies in Senate Bottle Up Bills Aimed at Halting War-Time Strikes by Victor Riesel, p. 3
                                                  3. New Jobless Compensation Bill Should Receive More Attention by Rep. John J. Rhodes, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Will Red China Have "First-Strike" Nuclear Capability in '67?, p. 6
                                                  5. Many U.N. Delegates Meet With Julian Bond, p. 6
                                                  6. Robert F. Kennedy in South America by Charles Richards, pp. 7-8
                                                  7. The Growing Doubts About Defense Secretary McNamara by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                  8. Congress Should Investigate McNamara's Viet Nam Bungling by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                  9. The Flight of Gold, p. 10
                                                  10. A Yale Instructor Answers Staughton Lynd by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                  11. Despite Law, Federal Government Spends Tax Money On Propaganda by Rep. Robert Michel, p. 11
                                                  12. How Free Is Free Speech? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 12
                                                  13. What the Courts Are Doing to Our Government by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 12
                                                  14. More Competition from TVA, p. 12
                                                  15. Greece: Free Enterprise Showcase by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 13
                                                  16. Explaining the "Great Society" to a Puzzled Future Historian by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                  17. Should GIs Vote On War?, p. 14
                                                  18. U.S. Policy in Viet Nam Is Victim of Red "Psywar" by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 14
                                                  19. Spotlight On Congress, p. 15
                                                  20. Poverty Warriors Sell Insurance, p. 16
                                                8. [+]
                                                  February 19, 1966 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                  1. Despite Tito's Attacks on U.S., He Still Receives American Wheat by Victor Riesel, p. 2
                                                  2. Tower Re-Election Chances Now Considerably Brighter by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 3-5
                                                  3. Quick Passage of Asian Development Bank Is Central to Johnson's Viet Nam Strategy, p. 6
                                                  4. Why Californians Look to Ronald Reagan by Lee Edwards, pp. 7-8
                                                  5. An Exclusive Interview With Ronald Reagan, pp. 9-10
                                                  6. U.S. Aid Recipients Display Their Ingratitude by Walter Trohan, p. 11
                                                  7. Can Poor Run Poverty War? by Paul Harvey, p. 11
                                                  8. How the Smith Government Is Faring in Rhodesia by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                  9. Poverty Schemes Come Full Circle, pp. 12-13
                                                  10. Victory for HCUA, p. 14
                                                  11. Mr. Spensley vs. the IRS, p. 14
                                                  12. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  13. Texas Gov. Connally Battles LBJ in Poverty War by Ken Thompson, p. 16
                                                9. [+]
                                                  February 26, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                  1. Gavin's Strategy Anticipates Surrender in South Viet Nam by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 2
                                                  2. Officials Squirm as Money Squeeze Gets Tighter by Henry J. Taylor, p. 3
                                                  3. Construction Unions Want Bill Permitting Secondary Boycotts, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. N.J. Crane Operators to Get $7.75 an Hour by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                  5. Is the Honeymoon Over? by Walter Trohan, p. 7
                                                  6. The Federal School Meddlers Are at It Again, p. 7
                                                  7. Capturing Youth, p. 7
                                                  8. The Radical Background of Staughton Lynd by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 8
                                                  9. Is There Any Legal Basis for Our Big Federal Government? by Dick West, pp. 8-9
                                                  10. And This Is History? by Alice Widener, p. 10
                                                  11. Gresham's Law Appears to be Winning Again, p. 10
                                                  12. Revealing Testimony About IRS Activities by Barry Goldwater, pp. 10-11
                                                  13. Clergymen Seek Anti-Viet Funds by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                  14. A $50-Million Poverty Acorn, p. 12
                                                  15. Sylvester Tries to Deny Reports of Shipping Blunders in Viet Nam by Victor Riesel, p. 13
                                                  16. Is Race the Issue in Rhodesia? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 14
                                                  17. Congressmen Charge Job Corps Permits Law of Jungle to Prevail, p. 14
                                                  18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                10. [+]
                                                  March 5, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                  1. Reuther Wants to Unionize Millions of "Working Poor" by Victor Riesel, p. 2
                                                  2. When Will Liberal Writers Wake Up? by John Chamberlain, pp. 3-5
                                                  3. Bobby Echoes Ho Chi's Line, p. 6
                                                  4. Ending the National Liberation Front Myth, pp. 6-7
                                                  5. Communists Eye South America for New "Wars of Liberation" by Chris Clifford, pp. 8-9
                                                  6. Washington---No Beatnik He by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                  7. Reapportionment Fight Quickens by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                  8. LBJ Has Trouble Lowering Red Trade Barriers, p. 11
                                                  9. One Draftee's Dissent, p. 11
                                                  10. Leftist Ramsey Still Supplying Anti-U.S. Radio Tapes for Hanoi by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                  11. GI's Job Is Not Only Fighting by Sen. John Tower, p. 12
                                                  12. Inside a Communist Office by Tom Seslar, p. 13
                                                  13. Spartacist History, p. 13
                                                  14. Guns and Butter, But No Quinine by John Boland, p. 14
                                                  15. Radical Few Are Not Typical College Students by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                  16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                11. [+]
                                                  March 12, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                  1. Labor Wants More From Congress: Boycotts and Picketing Head List by Ralph de Toledano, p. 2
                                                  2. Why We Must Intensify Our Campaign in Viet Nam by Adm. Arleigh Burke, p. 3
                                                  3. Government Employs One in Six Workers, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Does the Council of Churches Speak for You? by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 6-7
                                                  5. Will It Be Teddy in '68? by Ted Lewis, p. 8
                                                  6. Federal Intimidation Seen Increasing Under LBJ, p. 8
                                                  7. The Fallacy of Foreign Aid by Henry Hazlitt, pp. 9-10
                                                  8. Rockefeller Still Aiming for the White House by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                  9. Martin Luther King Seizes Chicago Tenement, p. 11
                                                  10. Latta Calls Supply Shortages National Disgrace; Wants Probe by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                  11. Pennsylvania Cour Examines Power of Urban Redevelopment by W. Clark Hanna, p. 12
                                                  12. What Price "Progress"? by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                  13. Patriotic Officer, p. 13
                                                  14. Johnson's New Tax Increases Won't Halt Runaway Inflation by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                  15. Pro-Labor NLRB Decision, p. 14
                                                  16. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                12. [+]
                                                  March 19, 1966 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                  1. A Private "Freedom Academy"? by John Chamberlain, p. 2
                                                  2. State Department Declares War on Rhodesians in U.S. by Ralph de Toledano, p. 3
                                                  3. Haggard Man Pays Bills With Thumb Tax by Donald I. Rogers, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. New Controversial Statements Expected from Bobby Kennedy, p. 6
                                                  5. Will LBJ Make Labor Respect Wage Guidelines? by Barry Goldwater, pp. 6-7
                                                  6. Getting Out the Poverty Vote is L.A.'s Latest Comic Opera by Morrie Ryskind, p. 8
                                                  7. Will GOP Strengthen Position in Alabama? by Holmes Alexander, p. 8
                                                  8. How Our Allies Are "Helping" Us in Viet Nam, p. 9
                                                  9. Is There Always "Purity of Motive" in Washington?, p. 9
                                                  10. How to Convert the Unconverted by Elizabeth Churchill Brown, p. 10
                                                  11. Reds Receive Set-Backs in Afro-Asian Subversion by Victor Lasky, p. 11
                                                  12. Inflation: The Major Domestic Issue of the '66 Elections by Richard M. Nixon, p. 12
                                                  13. Federal Voting Snoopers, p. 12
                                                  14. Circuit Court's Ruling Expands Legal Definition of "Insanity" by Mike Engleman, p. 13
                                                  15. Public Opposes Guaranteed Income, p. 13
                                                  16. Secret of Big-Spend Government: Public Kept in Dark About Cost by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                  17. Subsidies Only for Needy, p. 14
                                                  18. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  19. Sociologists' Cliches Shaken in TV Show on Webster Groves, p. 16
                                                  20. Defeated Party Loyalists Fill Many Posh Government Positions by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 16
                                                13. [+]
                                                  March 26, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                  1. Political Action, p. 2
                                                  2. "Citizens Crusade Against Poverty" Plans Washington Meeting, p. 3
                                                  3. Costly Federal "Sales Course", pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Where Do Politicians Find Their "Consensus"? by Frederic Nelson, p. 6
                                                  5. Communist Party Uses Deception to Get Its Books Into Schools by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 6-7
                                                  6. DuBois Clubs: The Making of a Communist Front by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 8-9
                                                  7. Welfare State Ignores Real "Forgotten Man" by Walter Trohan, p. 10
                                                  8. Mr. Johnson and His Neighbors, p. 10
                                                  9. Why Abba Schwartz Was Eased Out of His Job, p. 11
                                                  10. College Tax Credit Bill Still Lingers in Committee, p. 12
                                                  11. NAM Invades Harlem with Private Poverty War by John Chamberlain, pp. 12-13
                                                  12. Why Should Taxes Be Raised? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                  13. We Lift Bans, But the Communists Don't by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                  14. Is Nkrumah Starting New Fashion?, p. 14
                                                  15. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  16. Fulbright's Hearings on China by Holmes Alexander, p. 16
                                                  17. British Still Influence U.S. Far Eastern Policy by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 16
                                                  18. This Soldier Understood, p. 16
                                              2. [+]
                                                Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1966 = 13 Issues, 223 Articles
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                                                  April 2, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Holding Your First Meeting: Practical Politics, pp. 2-5
                                                  2. How U.S. Viet Nam Stand Aided Overthrow of Sukarno by Michael Padev, p. 6
                                                  3. Some Jottings from a Daybook by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                  4. Labor's Motives Suspect in Minimum Wage Battle, p. 6
                                                  5. U Thant's Hypocrisy on "Human Rights" in Hungary by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  6. Transportation Act Too Big, p. 7
                                                  7. HEW Official Plans Using Medicare "Sleeper" to Give Medical Benefits to Poor---of Any Age, p. 8
                                                  8. Sen. Williams is on Trail of FHA Scandal by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                  9. Will the Indigent Rule? by Alice Widener, p. 9
                                                  10. Is it Time for a New Policy Toward Red China?, p. 9
                                                  11. Federal Agents Watching Four Pro-Peking Groups by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 10
                                                  12. How Local Chambers of Commerce Can Help Halt Trade with Reds by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                  13. "Interest" in Consumer Picks Up, p. 11
                                                  14. Are Teachers Striking Out? by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                  15. Congressmen Study Plan to End DeGaulle's Raids on U.S. Gold Reserves, p. 12
                                                  16. Mousetrapping the Man from Texas by Larry Freeman, p. 12
                                                  17. Debt is Debt---No Matter What the Budget Says by Dr. Melchior Palyi, p. 13
                                                  18. Health Booklet is Latest LBJ Propaganda by Jesse Helms, p. 14
                                                  19. Administration's New Fiscal Trick by Sen. Strom Thurmond, pp. 14-16
                                                2. [+]
                                                  April 9, 1966 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                  1. Practical Politics III: Gathering Precinct Information, p. 2
                                                  2. 78 Liberal Democrats to Be GOP's Chief Targets, p. 3
                                                  3. Illinois Court Upholds Motorola, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Ringling Brothers Circus Scored for Using Iron Curtain Acts by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 6
                                                  5. A Reply to Sen. Morse by Barry Goldwater, p. 6
                                                  6. Does the National Council of Churches Speak for You? by Bill Schulz, pp. 7-10
                                                  7. Society Will Benefit from Ginzburg Decision by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                  8. British Abet Rhodesian Violence by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                  9. Radical Leftists Stage "Days of Protest" by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 12
                                                  10. The Poor Scholarship of J. William Fulbright by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                  11. About That Debt Phobia, p. 13
                                                  12. Frances Knight Blasts Her State Department Bosses by Vera Glaser, p. 14
                                                  13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                3. [+]
                                                  April 16, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Practical Politics IV: Your Campaign, p. 2
                                                  2. United Nations Association Puts Out a Strange Magazine by Ralph de Toledano, p. 3
                                                  3. Federal Agents Still Harass Cuban Exiles by Fulton Lewis Jr, p. 3
                                                  4. Why Johnson Went to Freeman Briefing, pp. 3-5
                                                  5. Penrod vs the Beatniks by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                  6. Farmers Urged to Go Fishing by Rep. Frank T. Bow, p. 6
                                                  7. Garden City N.Y. Gets School Aid, pp. 6-7
                                                  8. When Camping Isn't Camping by Ted Lewis, p. 8
                                                  9. Prospects in South Look Bright for Conservatives, p. 8
                                                  10. Tax Increase Not Needed by Henry J. Taylor, p. 9
                                                  11. Putting Young and Old Out of Work by Russell Kirk, p. 9
                                                  12. Recognize Red China? Look at Russian Example by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                  13. Mrs. Gandhi Is Not Too Grateful, p. 10
                                                  14. Jobs Corps Enrolees Wear Out Welcome, pp. 10-11
                                                  15. Aptheker Dinner Program, p. 12
                                                  16. Many "Respectable" Liberals Lend Names to Aptheker Salute, p. 13
                                                  17. No Reprisals No Nothing, p. 13
                                                  18. Some Thoughts As Income Tax Deadline Approaches by Alice Widener, p. 14
                                                  19. That "Innocent" Viet Nam Village Was Really Viet Cong Stronghold by Victor Lasky, pp. 14-16
                                                4. [+]
                                                  April 23, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Practical Politics V, p. 2
                                                  2. Where's LBJ's "Economy in Government"?, p. 3
                                                  3. The Young Flexibles, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. How Subsidies Have Weakened U.S. Merchant Marine Fleet by Barry Goldwater, p. 6
                                                  5. On the New Morality by Morrie Ryskind, p. 6
                                                  6. Bureaucrats Know: The "Big Money" Is in Poverty by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                  7. Was Formosa Betrayed? by Roy E. James, p. 8
                                                  8. Ridgway Enclave Plan Repeats Korean Mistakes by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 9
                                                  9. Thich Tri Quang: Power-Hungry Demagogue by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                  10. "Do as I Say, Not as I Dow" Is Lindsay Motto by Victor Lasky, p. 10
                                                  11. Mr. Wilson's Power by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 11
                                                  12. What's Behind Jobless Figures?, p. 11
                                                  13. Where Vocational Education Has Failed by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 12
                                                  14. Court Makes 1st Amendment a Much Wider Escape Hatch, p. 12
                                                  15. The Battle Over Pay TV, p. 12
                                                  16. U.S. Automobile Manufacturers Should Get up Off their Knees by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                  17. What Did Railroad Strike Prove?, p. 13
                                                  18. Is the Social Security "Income Ceiling" Necessary by Larry Howell, p. 14
                                                  19. Taxpayer Toils for Government One-Fourth of Every Work Day by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 14-16
                                                5. [+]
                                                  April 30, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                  1. Practical Politics VI---Whom to Hire, p. 2
                                                  2. Two Outbursts of Anarchy Rock Official Washington by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 3-5
                                                  3. New York's Plunge Toward Bankruptcy, p. 6
                                                  4. Profit: A Necessary Good, p. 6
                                                  5. The Case Against National Education Planning by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 7
                                                  6. Unrest Growing in Cuba, p. 7
                                                  7. Communists Hold 23rd Party Congress in Moscow by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 8
                                                  8. Has the Government Really Helped the U.S. Indians? by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 9
                                                  9. Ex-Convicts on the 'War on Poverty' Payroll, pp. 9-10
                                                  10. "Poverty" Funds Used to Set Up Cooperatives by Rep. J. Arthur Younger, p. 11
                                                  11. The New York Times Is Not America by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                  12. McNamara and the B-52 by Barry Goldwater, p. 12
                                                  13. That Simply Awful Ronald Reagan by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                  14. The Dominican Merry-Go-Round, p. 13
                                                  15. One Minister Who Really Understands Communism by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 14
                                                  16. Flag-Burning Exceeds "Liberties" by Victor Lasky, p. 14
                                                  17. How Much More of "Great Society", p. 14
                                                  18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                6. [+]
                                                  May 7, 1966 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                  1. Practical Politics---VIII: Special Campaign Projects, p. 2
                                                  2. How About Some "Truth in Politics," Sen. Hart? by Allan H. Ryskind, pp. 3-5
                                                  3. Tri Quang Covertly Arms Students and Buddhists, p. 6
                                                  4. Government "of the People" Still Works by Paul Harvey, p. 7
                                                  5. We Must Return to Fundamentals---Or Face Anarchy by Charles E. Whittaker, pp. 8-9
                                                  6. Violent "Deacons for Defense" Organize in North by Fulton Lewis Jr., pp. 10-11
                                                  7. School Figures Juggled to Get More Federal Aid, p. 12
                                                  8. "Liberals" Bar Degree for Nixon by Victor Lasky, p. 12
                                                  9. Rusk Confused on Foreign Aid by Holmes Alexander, p. 13
                                                  10. How Urban Renewal Can Destroy, p. 14
                                                  11. De Gaulle Takes Our Gold, p. 14
                                                  12. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  13. The Fat in the GNP, p. 16
                                                  14. Communists Plan Labor Drive by Victor Riesel, p. 16
                                                  15. Auntie Mame's Boy, p. 16
                                                7. [+]
                                                  May 14, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Radical "Peaceniks" Plan Congressional Campaigns by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 2
                                                  2. How Soviet Union Helps Viet Cong by Rep. James F. Battin, pp. 3-5
                                                  3. Why Sen. Fulbright Should Resign His Chairmanship by Barry Goldwater, p. 6
                                                  4. Most of Africa Is Not Ready for "One Man, One Vote" Rule by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                  5. Sec. McNamara's Own Testimony Confirms Mismanagement Charges by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 7
                                                  6. The Story of Two Headlines, p. 7
                                                  7. Two Full Vacations a year at Company Expense by Victor Riesel, p. 8
                                                  8. "Free" Attorney Gimmick Spreads to Indianapolis, p. 8
                                                  9. What Is the Constitutional Foundation for Proposed Federal "Fair Housing" Law? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 9
                                                  10. LBJ's New Batch of "Civil Rights", p. 9
                                                  11. 130-Hour Week, p. 9
                                                  12. Should We Declare War on North Viet Name? by Ted Lewis, p. 10
                                                  13. Unemployment Down Government Worries, pp. 10-11
                                                  14. Was the Poll Tax Really That Bad? by Frederic Nelson, p. 12
                                                  15. Peaceniks Badget N.Y. Businessman by Victor Lasky, p. 12
                                                  16. Why Free Medicine Is Expensive by Paul Harvey, p. 13
                                                  17. "National Academy of Unrest" by Don Maclean, p. 13
                                                  18. Once Again Court Weakens States' Defenses, p. 14
                                                  19. How News "Interpreters" Work by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 14-16
                                                8. [+]
                                                  May 21, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. Practical Politics IX: Preventing Vote Fraud, p. 2
                                                  2. Administration Ignores Underground Testing by Holmes Alexander, p. 3
                                                  3. Republicans' 1964 Platform Deserves a Careful Rereading by Barry Goldwater, p. 3
                                                  4. ACLU's "Vigilance Fund", pp. 3-5
                                                  5. Does the U.N. Deserve a 21st Birthday Party? by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 6
                                                  6. The Mandarins Are at It Again by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 6
                                                  7. "Certificates of Participation": LBJ's New Shell Game by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                  8. Does DeGaulle Plan Total Withdrawal from Atlantic Alliance? by Jacques Soustelle, p. 8
                                                  9. Congressmen Step up Attacks On Job Corps by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 9
                                                  10. We Rush Toward State Capitalism by Max Engleman, p. 10
                                                  11. "Come and Get It" Offices Expand, pp. 10-11
                                                  12. Michigan Professor Answers Ramparts Attack by Dr. Wesley R. Fishel, p. 12
                                                  13. Castro's Concentration Camps Hold 85000 Political Prisoners, p. 13
                                                  14. Chutzpah---With a Texas Accent by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                  15. YAF Celebrates 5th Anniversary, p. 14
                                                  16. Why Thomas Mann Quit, p. 14
                                                  17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                9. [+]
                                                  May 28, 1966 Issue = 14 Articles
                                                  1. EDA Trying to Spend $250 Million by July 1, p. 5
                                                  2. U.S. "Crimes" in Indonesia by Victor Lasky, p. 5
                                                  3. Will the Young Radicals Learn from Phil Luce's Experience? by Dr. Philip M. Crane, p. 6
                                                  4. Berkeley's Chaotic "Freedom" by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 7
                                                  5. The Vital Arithmetic of Conservative Victory by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 8-9
                                                  6. More of the Mania for Government Regulation, p. 10
                                                  7. Freedom of Information Gill, p. 10
                                                  8. Labor Leaders Want to Monitor Doctors' Bills by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                  9. MIGs Reported Able to Jam Sidewinder Guidance Systems, p. 12
                                                  10. Is McNamara on the Way Out? by Holmes Alexander, p. 12
                                                  11. How the National Student Association Downgrades the U.S. in Latin America, p. 13
                                                  12. The Cut-Throat Game of Politics by John Chamberlain, p. 14
                                                  13. "Council for A Livalbe World" Bankrolls Nine "Peace" Candidates by Bill Schulz, p. 14
                                                  14. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                10. [+]
                                                  June 4, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. House Has Approved Major Changes in Equal Employment Opportunities Act by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 5
                                                  2. Fulbright Tries to Soften Radical Viet Nam Remarks by Walter Trohan, p. 6
                                                  3. What Is the "Great Society"? by Sen. John Williams, p. 6
                                                  4. Universla Impressment, pp. 6-7
                                                  5. Medicare Will Bring A Rude Awakening, p. 8
                                                  6. Who Needs Higher Taxes? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 8
                                                  7. Protest Is A Right---Riot Is A Wrong by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                  8. Administration Trial Balloon Hints Grain Sales to Red China, p. 9
                                                  9. Will Washington Completely Control Education? by Mike Engleman, p. 10
                                                  10. Super-Snoopers Endanger Freedom by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 11
                                                  11. NLRB's Pro-Union Bias Exposed, p. 11
                                                  12. Which Way for Young Republicans? by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                  13. Optimist vs. Pessimist by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                  14. Facts Refute Morse's Benign View of Ho Chi Mihn by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 13
                                                  15. Bar Is Studying Proposals on Electoral College Reforms, p. 14
                                                  16. The Social Security Roller Coaster, p. 14
                                                  17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                11. [+]
                                                  June 11, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. Rep. H.R. Gross Warns Administration: "Follow Own Advice On Foreign Travel", p. 6
                                                  2. Why Raise the Debt Limit?, p. 6
                                                  3. Liberals Using Rules Committee to Kill Legislation They Oppose by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 7
                                                  4. Commerce in the Graveyard, p. 7
                                                  5. The Crisis in British Medicine by Joan Hobson, p. 8
                                                  6. [+]
                                                    New Book with Old Advice: GOP Must Turn Left by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 9 - 1 Review
                                                    1. The Party That Lost Its Head by George F. Gilder and Bruce Kerry Chapman
                                                  7. Should Government Provide 'Total Protection'? by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                  8. Liberal Romney Running Hard for '68 Nomination by Walter Trohan, p. 10
                                                  9. Many Michigan Republicans Are Wary of Their Governor by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                  10. Freeman's Latest Scheme: A Federal Electric Bank by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                  11. Wallace's "Ever Normal Granary" Is Returning Under a New Name, p. 12
                                                  12. Don't for Letter Writers, p. 12
                                                  13. Will Stock Decline Wake up Congress and LBJ? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                  14. How Double-Talk Began by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                  15. Watch Out for Slanted Hearings On Problems in Western Europe by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                  16. Wage-Price Controls Come Closer by Donald I. Rogers, p. 14
                                                  17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                12. [+]
                                                  June 18, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Many Democratic Congress Are Furious Over Poverty "Bungling" in Their Districts, p. 5
                                                  2. Why Change CIA Surveillance?, p. 5
                                                  3. Individual Effort: The Only Cure for Poverty by William Henry Chamberlin, p. 6
                                                  4. RFK Tackles the Machines by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                  5. North Viet Nam Steps up Air Defenses, p. 8
                                                  6. Bridges or Conduits to the East? by Alice Widener, p. 8
                                                  7. Maritime Union Wants Free Rent for Members by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                  8. New Immigration Laws Working as Expected, p. 9
                                                  9. Reagan's California Victory Vindicates 1964 Platform by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                  10. There Has Been No Connection in Recent Years Between Indigence and Violence Around the ... by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 10
                                                  11. Government by Polls Means Emotion Overthoughtfulness by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                  12. A GOP Dark Horse for '68 by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                  13. Lindsay Must Regret Decision to Run for Mayor by Holmes Alexander, p. 11
                                                  14. "Color-Conscious" Planning Dilutes Freedom by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                  15. A GOP Governor for Georgia? by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 12
                                                  16. Will LBJ Swing Right or Left? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                  17. New York Experience Illustrates Socialized Medicine Is at Hand, p. 13
                                                  18. Religion Still Strong in Poland by Irene Corbally Kuhn, p. 14
                                                  19. Only People Pay Taxes by Paul Harvey, pp. 14-16
                                                13. [+]
                                                  June 25, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. Massive Organizing Drive Set to Bankrupt Welfare Agencies by Martin Arundel, p. 5
                                                  2. Alive...and Kicking, p. 5
                                                  3. Liberals Would Weaken NATO by Ralph de Toledano, p. 6
                                                  4. Court Further Handcuffs Police in New Ruling, p. 6
                                                  5. Callaway Typifies New GOP in South by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                  6. Rauh Slings Mud at the FBI by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 8
                                                  7. The Taxpayers and Bobby Kennedy by Henry J. Taylor, p. 8
                                                  8. Some Reflections on the California Primary by Morrie Ryskind, p. 9
                                                  9. Fund for the Republic Pushes "New Left" by Alice Widener, p. 9
                                                  10. America's History Needs Balance by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, pp. 10-11
                                                  11. South Viet Nam Learns the Hard Way, p. 12
                                                  12. Bureaucrats Strive to Spend Away Every Last Dollar Before June 30 by Walter Trohan, p. 12
                                                  13. Federal Agencies Harass Right-to-Work Committee, p. 13
                                                  14. Moon Treaty with Soviets Would Peril U.S. Defenses, p. 13
                                                  15. "Rights" Bill Destroys Freedom of Choice by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                  16. Lynda Bird and Foreign Aid by John Chamberlain, pp. 14-15
                                                  17. Hungary Bulgaria to Greet U.S. Trade Missions in Fall, p. 16
                                              3. [+]
                                                Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1966 = 13 Issues, 267 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  July 2, 1966 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                  1. How Neighborhood Schools Can Be Destroyed by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Behind LBJ's Push for Long-Term Foreign Aid, p. 5
                                                  5. A Nation of Bobby Bakers?, p. 5
                                                  6. U Thant's Strange Ideas of "Give and Take" by Alice Widener, p. 6
                                                  7. Courage of Their Convictions by Robert E. Shaw, p. 6
                                                  8. Commission Clears Supermarkets of Charge They Exploit Poor, p. 7
                                                  9. Time to Face the Facts on Balance of Payments, p. 7
                                                  10. Why Does the Free Market Have Such a Bad Press? by Prof. Milton Friedman, p. 8
                                                  11. Races of the Week, p. 9
                                                  12. Railsback vs. Schisler , p. 9
                                                  13. Jordan vs. Harding , p. 9
                                                  14. How our Enemies Are Using the Panama Canal by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                  15. Replace Capitalism with "Community", p. 10
                                                  16. Labor Chiefs Work to Prevent Anti-LBJ Vote by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                  17. A Slogan for the "Great Society" by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                  18. What's Afoot in Peking?, p. 12
                                                  19. Proposal Limiting Court's Authority by Rep. Samuel Devine, p. 12
                                                  20. The New National Cult of Boorishness by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 13
                                                  21. Can California Be Bought?, p. 13
                                                  22. Isolating Viet Nam Battlefield Is the Key to Victory for U.S. by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, pp. 14-15
                                                  23. California Democrats Nominate Peaceniks for Congress by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 16
                                                2. [+]
                                                  July 9, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Castro Guerrillas Busy in Puerto Rico by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Insider Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Communists Hold First Convention Since 1959, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Taft vs. Gilligan , p. 6
                                                  7. Gardner vs. Cooley , p. 6
                                                  8. Victor Reuther Leads ADA Group to Moscow by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                  9. New Way to Roll Out the Pork Barrel, p. 8
                                                  10. Congress Challenges McNamara on Spending, p. 9
                                                  11. Capital Vandalism, p. 10
                                                  12. How to Really Bog Down the Mail by Alice Widener, p. 10
                                                  13. LBJ Plans Electronic Sales to Communist Bloc, p. 10
                                                  14. Sen. Murphy vs. Kennedy-Shriver and Company by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 11
                                                  15. Is Recall Exclusively a Liberal Right? by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 12
                                                  16. Reagan Gets "The Treatment", p. 13
                                                  17. Humphrey Eyes Athletic Gap, p. 13
                                                  18. Supreme Court Clears Cain of Murder of Abel by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                  19. Earning Money Is Not Immoral by Barry Goldwater, pp. 14-16
                                                3. [+]
                                                  July 16, 1966 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                  1. What's Happened to the Right to Be Left Alone? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. "I'm Sorry, Mr. Citizen, But It Can't Be Helped" by Lt. John Carpenter, p. 6
                                                  5. Is the Cost of Money Really Too High?, p. 6
                                                  6. Myths About Poverty by Holmes Alexander, p. 6
                                                  7. Violence Common at Job Corps Centers Around Country by Bill Schulz, p. 7
                                                  8. AFL-CIO Continues to Push Boycott of Kingsport Press by Terry Catchpole, p. 8
                                                  9. Races of the Week, p. 9
                                                  10. Curtis vs. Morrison , p. 9
                                                  11. Derounian vs. Wolff , p. 9
                                                  12. State Department Rewards Raymond's Disloyalty with Passport by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                  13. Are Teachers Necessary?, p. 10
                                                  14. Asians Have Little Faith China Will Agree to Disarm by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 11
                                                  15. Bobby Strengthens Position As Liberals' Hope for 1968 by Victor Lasky, pp. 11-12
                                                  16. "Liberal" Suffers Much As a Captive Word by Jameson Campaigne, p. 13
                                                  17. Poverty Funds Used to Buy Votes, p. 13
                                                  18. De Gaulle Wants Us to Devalue Dollar by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                  19. Spotlight On Congress, p. 15
                                                  20. Let's Take Another Look at Interpretative Reporting by Morrie Ryskind, p. 16
                                                  21. Only in America, p. 16
                                                4. [+]
                                                  July 23, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Red Spying Is Still a Big Business by Jerry Greene, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Races of the Week, p. 5
                                                  5. Hoellen vs. Pucinski , p. 5
                                                  6. Kuykendall vs. Grider , p. 5
                                                  7. Why I Would Outlaw Residential Picketing by Barry Goldwater, p. 6
                                                  8. Liberals Take Aim on Reagan by Donald L. Jackson, p. 6
                                                  9. Hanoi-Haiphong Bombing Confirms Earlier View of Johnson's Style by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 7
                                                  10. How COPE Plans to Hold Marginal Liberal Districts by Terry Catchpole, p. 8
                                                  11. McCormack Arranges Viet Tour to Help Candidates by Fulton Lewis Jr., p. 9
                                                  12. Coal Mine Labor Shortage May Force Shut-Downs, p. 10
                                                  13. Sylvester's at It Again by Walter Trohan, pp. 10-11
                                                  14. Liberal Theories from 1930s Causing Today's Welfare Problems by Alice Widener, p. 12
                                                  15. Government Quietly Reviews 30,000 Contracts to Insure Members of Minorities Are Recruited by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                  16. The French Blunder in Viet Nam by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                  17. Javits for Price President?, p. 13
                                                  18. Mississippi March Rated Another Civil Rights Failure by George Schuyler, p. 14
                                                  19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                5. [+]
                                                  July 30, 1966 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                  1. Teen-Age Street Gangs Used in Civil Rights Protests, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Races of the Week, p. 5
                                                  5. Lewis vs. Hamilton , p. 5
                                                  6. Babcock vs. Metcalf , p. 5
                                                  7. What Will United States Do at Viet Nam Conference Table? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                  8. DePugh's Minutemen Form 'Patriotic Party', p. 6
                                                  9. Goldberg Says U.S. Is Now Going to Sign U.N. Racial Declaration, p. 7
                                                  10. President Johnson Finally Holds a Formal News Conference by George Fowler, p. 8
                                                  11. Chicago Liberal Learns Truth About Vote Fraud by William Rentschler, p. 9
                                                  12. How Subsidies Have Hurt the Merchant Marine by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                  13. 'Water for Peace' Boondoggle, p. 10
                                                  14. TFX Returns to Haunt McNamara by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                  15. Humphrey Urges States to Adopt Income Taxes, p. 11
                                                  16. Foreign Aid Should Be Made Election Issue by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                  17. Romney Confused Over Viet Name by Russell Kirk, p. 12
                                                  18. Open Letter from Chicago by Paul Harvey, p. 13
                                                  19. Reporter Montgomery Details Red Infiltration of Berkeley by Bill Schulz, p. 13
                                                  20. Reader Disagrees With 'Interpretive Reporting' Criticism by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                  21. Free Enterprise System Is True Path to Social Justice, p. 14
                                                  22. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                6. [+]
                                                  August 6, 1966 Issue = 24 Articles
                                                  1. Tax Money Aids 'Black Power' Radicals by Bill Schulz, p. 1
                                                  2. Capitol Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. The Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Races of the Week, p. 5
                                                  5. Pillion vs. McCarthy , p. 5
                                                  6. Hansen vs. Roncalio , p. 5
                                                  7. Sargent Shriver Objects---To the Facts by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                  8. On Curbing Interest Rates, p. 6
                                                  9. Paving Hunger With Our Good Intentions by Alice Widener, p. 7
                                                  10. LBJ Economy Plea Is Clincher to Income Tax Boost Next Year by Walter Trohan, p. 7
                                                  11. Has San Leandro Has Succeeded Without Any Federal Funds, p. 8
                                                  12. Labor's Rank and File Out of Control, LBJ Warned by Victor Riesel, p. 8
                                                  13. Slanted News Misleads Public, p. 9
                                                  14. Did Khrushchev Fool Salinger? by Victor Lasky, p. 9
                                                  15. LBJ Insists on Quick Passage of 'Demonstration Cities' Bill, p. 10
                                                  16. Secretary McNamara's Words Return to Haunt Him---and LBJ by Barry Goldwater, p. 11
                                                  17. They Have Plans for Your Kids, p. 11
                                                  18. 'One Man, One Vote' Reaches Ultimate Absurdity in Michigan by Russell Kirk, p. 12
                                                  19. World Court Refuses to Write Radical New International Law by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                  20. The NLRB Rides Again---Against Industrial Peace by Ralph de Toledano, p. 13
                                                  21. Deficit Boasts Have Empty Ring, p. 13
                                                  22. Nuremberg Precedent Confuses Prisoner Issue by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                  23. Advertising: Theory vs. Performance, pp. 14-15
                                                  24. The End of an Era in L.A. by Morrie Ryskind, p. 16
                                                7. [+]
                                                  August 13, 1966 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                  1. Secrecy Surrounds North Viet Nam Atrocities, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. What Would Happen if Captive Nations Revolted Against USSR? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Schadeberg vs. Stalbaum , p. 6
                                                  7. Griffin vs. Williams , p. 6
                                                  8. House Groups Probe Activities of Outsiders in Big-City Riots, p. 7
                                                  9. Will Watts Erupt Again? by Bill Schulz, p. 7
                                                  10. Right-to-Work Battle Shifts to Grassroots by Lee Edwards, pp. 8-9
                                                  11. New Comintern Plans 'War' on Many Fronts by Ralph De Toledano, p. 10
                                                  12. Arthur Larson Is Busy Again by Jesse Helms, p. 10
                                                  13. Orville Freeman Over a Barrel, p. 11
                                                  14. U.S. Heading for Same Crisis Now Confronting Great Britain, p. 11
                                                  15. The King Can Do No Wrong by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                  16. Something for Nothing? Don't You Believe It by Henry J. Taylor, p. 12
                                                  17. Gerat Society---GOP Style, p. 12
                                                  18. Berlin Wall Remains Symbol by Barry Goldwater, p. 13
                                                  19. Mao's Thought, p. 13
                                                  20. How Urban Renewal Created a Slum in Cleveland by Ross Hermann, p. 14
                                                  21. Showing Man From Missouri, p. 14
                                                  22. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  23. Is There Any Good Reason to Scrap 'The Star-Spangled Banner'? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 16
                                                8. [+]
                                                  August 20, 1966 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                  1. Is the 'LBJ Label' Becoming a Handicap? by John Chamberlain, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Ford Foundation TV Plan Poses Some Serious Problems by Ralph de Toledano, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Jones vs. Flynt , p. 6
                                                  7. Scott vs. Rawlings , p. 6
                                                  8. Where Are the Advocates of "Presidential Power"? by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  9. What's So Funny About FUNY? by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 8
                                                  10. A Question for Mr. Freeman, p. 9
                                                  11. VISTA Work Bitter Experience for Ohio Girl by James Horner, p. 10
                                                  12. Dean Acheson and the Law, pp. 10-11
                                                  13. State Department Does Nothing About Harassment of U.S. Group, p. 12
                                                  14. Votes Are Where You Find Them, p. 12
                                                  15. Army Now Allows Publications of MacArthur's War Records by Walter Trohan, p. 12
                                                  16. Invading North Viet Nam Is Only "Sound" Strategy by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 13
                                                  17. Will IAM Settlement Rejection Bring Drastic New Legislation?, p. 13
                                                  18. Polls Provide Opimistic Note for Conservatives by Bill Schulz, p. 14
                                                  19. Barry Goldwater's "False Image", p. 14
                                                  20. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                9. [+]
                                                  August 27, 1966 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                  1. This Week's News from Inside Washington, p. 1
                                                  2. Overview, pp. 1-2
                                                  3. The Case of the Disappearing Dollars, p. 3
                                                  4. The Outrageous Cost of Anti-Poverty Overhead, p. 4
                                                  5. Inefficiency and Duplication High Costs of Training Programs, p. 5
                                                  6. 'Black Arts' Blackmail and Haryou-Art's 'Fiver Percenters', p. 6
                                                  7. 'War on Poverty' Has Become a War on Business, p. 7
                                                  8. Taxpayer-Financed Haven for Leftists Subversives, p. 8
                                                  9. Socialist Origins of the 'War on Poverty', p. 9
                                                  10. Politicians Patronage and the Poor, p. 10
                                                  11. Building a New Political and Social Order, pp. 11-12
                                                  12. Growing Number of Americans Find: It Pays to Be 'Poor', p. 13
                                                  13. How Not to Combat Juvenile Idleness Delinquency, p. 14
                                                  14. Jobs Corps Violence: A Brief Run-Down, p. 15
                                                  15. OEO Hires Ex-Convicts to Counsel Youths, p. 16
                                                10. [+]
                                                  September 3, 1966 Issue = 22 Articles
                                                  1. Has the Vice President Bug Bitten McNamara by Ted Lewis, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. School Prayer Decision Continues to Creat Havoc by Sen. Everett Dirksen, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. McHenry vs. Long , p. 6
                                                  7. Simkins vs. Stephens , p. 6
                                                  8. Sen. Murphy Finally Wins Out in Bracero Dispute With Wirtz by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  9. Barry Goldwater: An Exclusive Interview, p. 8
                                                  10. Now They Know He Was Right by Lee Edwards, pp. 8-9
                                                  11. U.N. Ready to Vote Membership for Red China, p. 10
                                                  12. The Big Water Scare by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                  13. LBJ's Peace Bribes Only Add to Casualty Lists by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 11
                                                  14. State of the Unions Message by Morrie Ryskind, p. 11
                                                  15. "New Left" Antics at Hearings Made Some New Friends for HCUA by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                  16. Disorderly Lawyers: Should the ABA Take Action? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 12
                                                  17. Attorney General Katzenbach Holds Socialist View of Riots by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 13
                                                  18. Stalinists on Rise in Poland by Bill Schulz, p. 13
                                                  19. Our Flag Goes Down in the Panama Canal Zone, p. 14
                                                  20. Right-to-Work in Guam: LBJ on Spot, p. 14
                                                  21. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  22. Castro's Atrocities Against Political Prisoners Detailed for OAS, p. 16
                                                11. [+]
                                                  September 10, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. U.S. Must Halt Radicals' Aid to Viet Cong, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. LBJ Has Set Up 15 "Little Cabinets" Nationwide, p. 5
                                                  5. New Problems in the Congo by Russell Kirk, p. 5
                                                  6. The "Rat Finks" and the Big Smear by David Franke, pp. 6-7
                                                  7. The Strategy Behind the HCUA Riots by Phillip Abbott Luce, pp. 8-9
                                                  8. Humphreyites Grow Angrier Over Bobby's Antics by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                  9. Credit Where It Isn't Due by Morrie Ryskind, p. 10
                                                  10. American Federation of Teachers Embraces Nihilism by Alice Widener, p. 11
                                                  11. Bureaucrats vs. Doctors, p. 11
                                                  12. Races of the Week, p. 12
                                                  13. Mundt vs. Wright , p. 12
                                                  14. Bush vs. Briscoe , p. 12
                                                  15. German Reunification Hopes Fade by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                  16. Democratic Chairman Bailey Exposed as Hartford Slumford, p. 14
                                                  17. Interesting Results in CBC Poll, p. 14
                                                  18. Some Persons Will Sign Anything, p. 14
                                                  19. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                12. [+]
                                                  September 17, 1966 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                  1. Will Federal Officials Select All Textbooks? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Dean Rusk's Answer Confirms U.S. Policy Error in Viet Nam by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 5
                                                  5. Everybody Wants Good Wages by Rep. O.C. Fisher, p. 5
                                                  6. What Production?, p. 5
                                                  7. Civil Rights Bill Likely to Be Shelved in Senate, p. 6
                                                  8. Cambodian Ruler Plays Footsie With Ho Chi Minh and de Gaulle by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 6
                                                  9. A Winning Ticket for the GOP by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                  10. Communists Don't Rely on Numbers by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  11. Papercare, p. 7
                                                  12. Can You Explain This Gov. Brown?, p. 8
                                                  13. Races of the Week, p. 9
                                                  14. Johnson vs. Culver , p. 9
                                                  15. LaMagna vs. Hanna , p. 9
                                                  16. How Civil Rights Act Would Change Jury System by Holmes Alexander, p. 10
                                                  17. Mr. Katzenbach's Astigmatism by Paul Harvey, pp. 10-11
                                                  18. Rep. Smith Plans to Invoke Little Used Rule to Force FBI Bill Out of Judiciary Committee, p. 12
                                                  19. The Thousand Days of LBJ: An Appraisal by Ted Lewis, p. 12
                                                  20. What's So Bad About History as It Happened? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 13
                                                  21. How the Peaceniks Try to Beat the Draft, p. 14
                                                  22. Beyond Big Brother's Eye, pp. 14-15
                                                  23. What the Big Stock Market Decline Is Trying to Say by Henry J. Taylor, p. 16
                                                13. [+]
                                                  September 24, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. Rules for Wage-Price Controls Are Already Drafted by Ralph de Toledano, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. "Socialist Scholars" Are on the March Toward Revolution by Alice Widener, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Orozco vs. Brown , p. 6
                                                  7. Smith vs. Johnson , p. 6
                                                  8. Cries from the Wailing Wall by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                  9. Owners' Rights Vanish in California Redwood Controversy by Willard Edwards, p. 8
                                                  10. Red China Riots Demolish "Mellowing" Theory by Phillip Abbott Luce, p. 9
                                                  11. NCC Is a Minority Group With a Majority Name by Max Engleman, p. 10
                                                  12. Why Isn't Carmichael Prosecuted for Urging Draft law Defiance?, p. 11
                                                  13. Conservatism and the Negro, p. 11
                                                  14. A Diplomat Who Speaks His Mind by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                  15. U.S. Has Experienced, Battle-Hardened Army by Ted Lewis, p. 13
                                                  16. Some Harsh Facts About Profits by Howard Kershner, pp. 13-14
                                                  17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                              4. [+]
                                                Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1966 = 14 Issues, 263 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  October 1, 1966 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                  1. 'Let's Build This Ditch for Mike!', p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. $500-Million HEW Plan for Neighborhood Health Centers, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Baker vs. Clement , p. 6
                                                  7. Smiley vs. Olsen , p. 6
                                                  8. Outlook Excellent for Peace Among Southern African Nations by Russell Kirk, p. 7
                                                  9. "Civil Rights" in Private Clubs? by Barry Goldwater, p. 7
                                                  10. Who's Bankrolling Civil Rights Radicals? by George Schuyler, p. 8
                                                  11. Some Memorable Quotes from the Johnson Administration, p. 9
                                                  12. The AFL-CIO's Tax-Exempt Status: Is It Legal? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                  13. Galbraith Goofs on Contributions by Walter Trohan, p. 10
                                                  14. Human Events on Unemployment?, p. 11
                                                  15. Union Members Firmly Reject $50,000 Gift to Brown Campaign by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                  16. LBJ Pledges to Keep Humphrey Through '72 by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                  17. Collegians Form Viet Victory Group, p. 12
                                                  18. Campus Underground Shuttle System Revealed by Alice Widener, p. 13
                                                  19. Massive Debt Means Inflation by Henry J. Taylor, p. 13
                                                  20. Liberal-Conservative Dialogue in the Churches Often Goes Astray by Dr. Howard E. Kershner, p. 14
                                                  21. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                2. [+]
                                                  October 8, 1966 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                  1. What's LBJ New Offering the Russians?, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Why a New Term for U Thant? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Hurst vs. Blanton , p. 6
                                                  7. Mahler vs. Hicks , pp. 6-7
                                                  8. [+]
                                                    Is the World of Walter Really So Wonderful, p. 8 - 1 Review
                                                    1. Capable of Honor by Allen Drury
                                                  9. At Long Last McNamara OK's New Aircraft by Barry Goldwater, p. 8
                                                  10. They Laughed at Katzy, p. 9
                                                  11. More Supreme Court "Justice", p. 9
                                                  12. Some Iron Curtain Humor by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 9
                                                  13. New York Plumbers to Get $8.58 Per Hour, p. 9
                                                  14. LBJ Seems to Be Changing U.S. Attitude Toward Portugal by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                  15. What Two-Term "Tradition"?, p. 10
                                                  16. "How Would United States React to Invasion of Mainland China?" by John Chamberlain, p. 11
                                                  17. Union "Education Groups" Evade Law, p. 11
                                                  18. The Conscience of Congress by Lee Edwards, p. 12
                                                  19. An Interview with Sen. John J. Williams, p. 12
                                                  20. Irate Mother on Warpath by Mrs. Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                  21. Are Profits Pernicious?, p. 14
                                                  22. Spotlight on Congress, p. 15
                                                  23. America's Younger Voters: Are They Going Republican? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 16
                                                3. [+]
                                                  October 15, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                                  1. LBJ's Sham Battle Against Inflation by Barry Goldwater, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. How Kremlin Saves U.S. from Making Costly Errors by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 5
                                                  5. Mobutu's Congo Is in Torment by Russell Kirk, p. 5
                                                  6. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  7. Sandman vs. McGrath , p. 6
                                                  8. Thompson vs. Fascell , p. 6
                                                  9. Senators Demand New Laws to Curb Strike Fever by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                  10. Why Pat Brown Won't Discuss His Record by Oliver Carlson, pp. 8-9
                                                  11. Does the White House Now Make Our Laws? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                  12. Soviet Strategy Promotes Non-Proliferation Treaty by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 10
                                                  13. Dr. Jackson: Why Civil Disobedience Is Not Necessary by Mike Engleman, p. 11
                                                  14. Freedom Studies Center Opens in Virginia by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                  15. House and Senate Vote $1.75 Billion More for Poverty War, p. 13
                                                  16. Should Universities Study Warfare Techniques? by Frederic Nelson, p. 14
                                                  17. Cuba's Little Red Schoolhouses, p. 14
                                                  18. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                4. [+]
                                                  October 22, 1966 Issue = 13 Articles
                                                  1. LBJ Ignores Memo on Soviet Arms Shipments, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. The Pollution Issue Just Won't Go Aawy by John Chamberlain, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, p. 6
                                                  6. Democrats Begin to Admin Rationing Is in the Works by Ralph de Toledano, p. 7
                                                  7. "Extremism" Is Still Labor's Big Issue by Terry Catchpole, pp. 8-9
                                                  8. ADA and COPE Rate Members of Congress, p. 10
                                                  9. A Pilot's Alarming Report from Viet Name, p. 11
                                                  10. Close Race: John Tower vs. Waggoner Carr by Ken Thompson, p. 12
                                                  11. Harold Howe: Enemy of Neighborhood Schools, p. 13
                                                  12. Asian Speakers Bureau Adds 14 More Experts by Rev. Daniel Lyons, S.J., p. 14
                                                  13. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                5. [+]
                                                  October 29, 1966 Issue = 15 Articles
                                                  1. LBJ Message Stuffed With Self-Praise by Ted Lewis, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. LBJ Quietly Signs Order Covering Emergency Controls by Walter Trohan, p. 5
                                                  5. Howe Buses His Own Son, p. 5
                                                  6. Races of the Week, pp. 6-7
                                                  7. Ripon Society: Republican "Pseudo-Event" by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 8-9
                                                  8. Does IRS Grant Tax Exemption to Law-Defying Unions? by Ralph de Toledano, p. 10
                                                  9. Mao Tops Red Chinese Hit Parade, p. 10
                                                  10. How to Cope With Public's Mistaken Idea About Profits, p. 11
                                                  11. Should Still-Secret Warren Commission Papers Be Made Public?, p. 12
                                                  12. Mrs. Kennedy's Role as Censor by Jeffrey St. John, p. 12
                                                  13. The Advantages of Lacking a "Power Base" by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                  14. Credit Where Credit Is Due by Morrie Ryskind, pp. 13-14
                                                  15. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                6. [+]
                                                  November 5, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. Will Voters Repudiate 89th Congress? by Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Can We Afford Viet Cong Sanctuary in Cambodia? by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 5
                                                  5. Races of the Week, pp. 6-7
                                                  6. Democratic Study Group by Donald Lambro, pp. 8-9
                                                  7. How Should Courts Treat Alcoholics? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 10
                                                  8. Example to Follow, p. 10
                                                  9. Can You Understand Liberal Point of View? by Paul Harvey, p. 11
                                                  10. Store Boycotts Hit Wrong Target, p. 11
                                                  11. The Law Is the Law Is the Law by Morrie Ryskind, p. 12
                                                  12. LBJ Playing Patsy Role in Haste to Make Peace by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 12
                                                  13. More "Social"---Less "Security", p. 13
                                                  14. Johnson Has Hit on Perfect Way to Endanger Economic Prosperity by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                  15. Why Not Let the U.N. Leave New York? by Henry J. Taylor, p. 14
                                                  16. Federal Government Should Not Insure Private Pension Plans, p. 14
                                                  17. Spotlight on Congress, pp. 15-16
                                                7. [+]
                                                  November 12, 1966 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                  1. Is Politics Behind the Boycotts?, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Welfare Is Fast Becoming Incubator for Small Dictators by Holmes Alexander, p. 5
                                                  5. Farmers Don't Need the Federal "Helpers", p. 6
                                                  6. Former Ambassador Hits Press Bias On Viet Nam, p. 6
                                                  7. Is Bobby Kennedy Writing His Name On Water? by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  8. Soviet Anti-Aircraft Missile Is Very Effective in Viet Nam, p. 7
                                                  9. A Mob Spirit Invaded the U.N.---and Ambassador Goldberg Marched Along by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 8
                                                  10. Two Answers to Carmichael and "Black Power", p. 8
                                                  11. The Soviet-Fiat Deal---More Than Meets the Eye? by John Boland, p. 9
                                                  12. Shriver's Anti-Poverty Money May Have No Strings, p. 10
                                                  13. Why Didn't LBJ Visit Taiwan?, p. 11
                                                  14. Swedes Cooling Toward Socialism by Barry Goldwater, p. 11
                                                  15. How ACA Rates the 89the Congress, p. 12
                                                  16. Campaign Fund-Raising Plan Not Very Well Thought Out, p. 13
                                                  17. People vs. Property, p. 14
                                                  18. The NLRB's War on Freedom of the Press, p. 15
                                                  19. Some Fine Points On the Art of Tea-Drinking by Morrie Ryskind, p. 15
                                                  20. Who Should Decide What's in the "Public Interest"? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 16
                                                  21. Fulbright Should Resign, p. 16
                                                8. [+]
                                                  November 19, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                                  1. LBJ Suffers Stunning Setback, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. "Boss" Daley Takes Licking, p. 5
                                                  5. Hungarians Still Pay for the West's Inaction by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 6
                                                  6. Soviet Spy Network Covers the World by Henry J. Taylor, p. 6
                                                  7. Spy Cases Highlight Consular Treaty Risks by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                  8. Miranda vs. Arizona---The Latest Assault Upon Our Inalienable Rights by Park Chamberlain, p. 8
                                                  9. "Black Power" Dooms Civil Rights Bills, p. 9
                                                  10. LBJ's Outburst Harms Foreign Policy by Barry Goldwater, p. 9
                                                  11. "War on Poverty" Under Fire for "Adjudicare" by John Chamberlain, p. 10
                                                  12. Absolute Values Are the Key to Child's Future in Life by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 11
                                                  13. Unionize the Police? by Victor Riesel, p. 11
                                                  14. Complete 1966 Election Returns, pp. 12-13
                                                  15. U.N. Covenants Endanger U.S. Sovereignty by John B. Gest, p. 14
                                                  16. Election Returns Shatter Johnson "Consensus" by Ted Lewis, p. 15
                                                  17. State Department Continues to "Exile" Otepka by Holmes Alexander, pp. 15-16
                                                9. [+]
                                                  November 26, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                                  1. Fond Farewell to Consensus by Barry Goldwater, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. TV Critic Very Upset By "Hitler in Havana" Film, p. 5
                                                  5. Sen. Thurmond Discusses Anti-Missile Gap, p. 6
                                                  6. Peace in the Air? by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  7. Bobby and Hubert: Two Big Losers in '66 Elections by Holmes Alexander, p. 7
                                                  8. Sharp Congressional Losses for Organized Labor by Terry Catchpole, pp. 8-9
                                                  9. Angels of Death, p. 10
                                                  10. Russians Test Satellites with Break-ups Over U.S., p. 11
                                                  11. Stumbling Toward Wage Congrols by Henry Hazlitt, p. 11
                                                  12. Positions of Members in New Congress, p. 12
                                                  13. New Twist in Old Dominion by Graham Wingate, p. 13
                                                  14. Exalting Excellence---Or Worshipping the Average? by Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, p. 14
                                                  15. State Colleges in Peril by Russell Kirk, p. 14
                                                  16. Negroes Speak Out Against Militants by George Schuyler, pp. 15-16
                                                10. [+]
                                                  December 3, 1966 Issue = 20 Articles
                                                  1. Bobby Kennedy Ordered Wiretaking by Walter Trohan, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. LBJ's Dilemma: Would He Pay for Tax Hike? by Ted Lewis, p. 5
                                                  5. Has U.S. Given Red China Non-Escalation Guarantee? by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 6
                                                  6. Ads and U.S. Liberties, p. 6
                                                  7. President Vetoes D.C. Crime Bill by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 7
                                                  8. Staunch Anti-Communist Faces Deportation by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 8
                                                  9. How GOP Delegates Rate Presidential Contenders, p. 9
                                                  10. One Dollar Political Check-Off Is Bad Plan by Henry Hazlitt, p. 10
                                                  11. Two GOP Paper Dragons Provided Comic Relief by Barry Goldwater, p. 10
                                                  12. Portugal Confused By U.S. Stand on Angola by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                  13. Is "Actor" A Swear Word? by Donald I. Rogers, p. 11
                                                  14. Second-Generation Communists Bring New Blood to U.S. Party, p. 12
                                                  15. "New Left" Pattern for 1966-67 by John Chamberlain, p. 12
                                                  16. Walter Lippmann Is Back---With Same Old Story by Frederic Nelson, p. 13
                                                  17. Coroner's Report: Election Post-Mortem, p. 14
                                                  18. Southern GOP Is Vigorous Hybrid by Paul Harvey, p. 14
                                                  19. OEO Doomed in New Congress, p. 15
                                                  20. Supreme Court Upholds Arrest of Trespassers on Jail Grounds by Russell Kirk, pp. 15-16
                                                11. [+]
                                                  December 10, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Can You Believe Harold Howe? by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. Only Drastic Reform Will Save United Nations by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 5
                                                  5. For the Liberal "Fair Is Foul, and Foul Is Fair" by Allan H. Ryskind, p. 6
                                                  6. Will Bombing Lull Hurt U.S. Troops? by Paul Harvey, p. 6
                                                  7. Draft Card Burnings Decline As Federal Law Is Enforced, p. 7
                                                  8. For More Frequent Elections by Henry Hazlitt, p. 7
                                                  9. McNamara According to Burnham---Not Quite the Gospel by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, pp. 8-10
                                                  10. Make 'Em Help Themselves, p. 11
                                                  11. What's in a Name? by William Rentschler, p. 11
                                                  12. Fight Brewing on Approval of Soviet Consular Treaty, p. 12
                                                  13. U.N. Refuses Red China Seat, p. 12
                                                  14. The Problem of the "Stringless Grant" by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 13
                                                  15. Did the U.S. Government Sell Erhard Down the River? by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                  16. Memo to Conservatives: Let's Keep Our Powder Dry by Morrie Ryskind, p. 14
                                                  17. Will Machines Replace Teachers? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 14
                                                  18. Each Church Should Have Basic Right to Copyright by Jenkin Lloyd Jones, p. 15
                                                  19. A Bear Market Is a Tricky Phenomenon by Henry J. Taylor, pp. 15-16
                                                12. [+]
                                                  December 17, 1966 Issue = 23 Articles
                                                  1. Federal 'Data Bank' Could Destroy Privacy by Ralph de Toledano, pp. 1-2
                                                  2. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  3. Why Has File No. 3106 Not Been Publicized?, p. 5
                                                  4. Middle East Crisis, p. 6
                                                  5. Appraising the Job Corps, p. 6
                                                  6. New Cuban School, p. 6
                                                  7. Why Defect?, p. 6
                                                  8. Reuther Wants to Launch Own Federation by Victor Riesel, p. 7
                                                  9. Tax Increase Not Needed by Henry Hazlitt, p. 7
                                                  10. [+]
                                                    What's the Real Story Behind Manchester's Book on Kennedy? by Leslie David, p. 8 - 1 Review
                                                    1. The Death of a President by William Manchester
                                                  11. California Businessmen Teach Lesson to the "Mayors' Lobby" by John Chamberlain, p. 9
                                                  12. U.S. Communist Party Plans Defense Plant Recruiting Drive by Victor Riesel, p. 9
                                                  13. Pearl Harbor: Appearances vs. Realities, p. 10
                                                  14. Should George Lincoln Rockwell Be Invited to College Campuses? by Russell Kirk, p. 11
                                                  15. Organized Anarchy At Berkeley, p. 11
                                                  16. The Strange Case of Dykes Askew Simmons by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 12
                                                  17. U.N. Test Ban Proposal Is Futile, p. 12
                                                  18. Prosperity Deception by Howard Kershner, p. 12
                                                  19. Some Election Afterthoughts by Morrie Ryskind, p. 13
                                                  20. A Liberal Opens One Eye, p. 14
                                                  21. End of the Test Ban Treaty? by Holmes Alexander, p. 14
                                                  22. Expensive Talk from Lindsay, Golden and Kenney by Alice Widener, p. 15
                                                  23. U.S. Actions to Blame for Strange German Moves by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 15-16
                                                13. [+]
                                                  December 24, 1966 Issue = 21 Articles
                                                  1. Why Doesn't Bobby Tell the Truth?, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-4
                                                  4. LBJ in 1968? You Can Get An Argument by Ted Lewis, p. 5
                                                  5. Some Very Bad "Punch" Lines by Barry Goldwater, p. 5
                                                  6. National Party Chairmen Take on New Importance by Henry G. Klein, p. 6
                                                  7. LBJ Has Three Brain Trusts Working on Anti-Strike Formula by Victor Riesel, p. 6
                                                  8. Senate Subcommittee Charges Viet Nam Course "Most Costly", p. 7
                                                  9. A Hardy Columnist Survives a Campaign by Morrie Ryskind, p. 7
                                                  10. Will Adam Clayton Powell Lose His Seat in Congress?, pp. 8-9
                                                  11. Halt! Who Goes There? by Dr. Max Rafferty, p. 10
                                                  12. Recession Threat Grows by Henry J. Taylor, p. 10
                                                  13. Castro Confirms Existence of Secret Pacts by Ralph de Toledano, p. 11
                                                  14. Is Anti-Americanism Really Necessary? by Henry Hazlitt, p. 11
                                                  15. When Cell Door Shuts, Hoffa's Had It by Victor Riesel, p. 12
                                                  16. U.S. Silver Stocks Sink Despite Coin Cutback by Walter Trohan, p. 12
                                                  17. Negro Self-Help Stages a Breakthrough by John Chamberlain, p. 13
                                                  18. Congressmen Believe No Tax Hike Will Go Into Effect Before July, p. 13
                                                  19. Will "Doctrinaires" Bring War in Rhodesia? by Frederic Nelson, p. 14
                                                  20. Real Meaning of Inflation Becomes Clearer Every Day by Arthur A. Smith, p. 15
                                                  21. Our Over-Privileged "Nons" by Alice Widener, pp. 15-16
                                                14. [+]
                                                  December 31, 1966 Issue = 19 Articles
                                                  1. Has America Forsaken Real Peace? by Gen. Thomas A. Lane, p. 1
                                                  2. Capital Briefs, p. 2
                                                  3. This Week's News from Inside Washington, pp. 3-5
                                                  4. Douglas on "Bugging": Right in Principle---Wrong in Application by James Jackson Kilpatrick, p. 6
                                                  5. Guaranteed Income Stirs Debate, p. 6
                                                  6. More on the Rocky Road to Negro Self-Help by John Chamberlain, p. 7
                                                  7. No New Power Subsidy Needed, p. 7
                                                  8. Manchester Not Only Author to Feel Kennedys' Pressure by Jim Shevis, p. 8
                                                  9. For Many Holiday Season Is Hardly Joyous, p. 9
                                                  10. Why Can't We Have Voluntary Social Security? by James M. Buchanan and Colin D. Campbell, p. 10
                                                  11. Nasser to Announce Soviet Missile System, p. 11
                                                  12. FDR's Democratic Coalition Seems to Falter, p. 12
                                                  13. Congress Should Keep Two-Year Terms, p. 12
                                                  14. International Space Treaty Needs Strong Inspection Clause by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, p. 13
                                                  15. Abolish the NLRB by Henry Hazlitt, p. 13
                                                  16. Goldberg Speech on Rhodesia: Exercise in Contradiction by Barry Goldwater, p. 14
                                                  17. Rumanian Rabbi Misleads His Free World Colleagues by Dumitru Danielopol, p. 14
                                                  18. NATO Ouster by France to Cost U.S. $1 Billion, p. 15
                                                  19. Javits as Veep? Just Ask Him, pp. 15-16
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                                              Issues of 1967 = 52 Issues, 983 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1968 = 52 Issues, 834 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1969 = 52 Issues, 783 Articles