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                      Issues of 1963 = 44 Issues, 725 Articles
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                        Issues of 1964 = 45 Issues, 758 Articles
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                          Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1964 = 12 Issues, 206 Articles
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                            January 4, 1964 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. The CIA is getting out of hand (Speaking Out) by Sen. Eugene McCarthy, pp. 6-11
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. The fantastic Kreblozen story by Robert P. Goldman, pp. 15-19
                            5. Inger Stevens---TV's Farmer's Daughter by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 20-21
                            6. Dolphins: the status pet by Elgin Ciampi, Photographer, pp. 22-29
                            7. The intellectual mammal by Fredric C. Appel, pp. 30-33
                            8. The minister who follows the migrants by Myron Cope, pp. 34-39
                            9. The great crown rumble by John F. Speicher, pp. 40-45
                            10. For I have wept by Gerald Stein, pp. 46-57
                            11. Sedans, rails and gassers by Lawrence J. Schiller, Photographer, pp. 58-61
                            12. Three days in outer space by Valentina Tereshkova, pp. 62-63
                            13. Post Scripts, pp. 64-65
                            14. The swinging nuns by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 66-67
                            15. My private war with Hoffa by Tom Coffey, pp. 68-69
                            16. Hazel, pp. 70-74
                            17. Strange justice by Milton Lewis and Mildred Lewis, pp. 75-79
                            18. Editorials, pp. 80-82
                            19. The Cover by Elgin Ciampi
                          2. [+]
                            January 18, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. We need a Vice President now (Speaking Out) by Richard M. Nixon, pp. 6-14
                            3. Affairs of State by Stewart Alsop, pp. 15-18
                            4. The other babies who broke the odds, p. 19
                            5. I gave my husband five sons by Senora Ines Cuervo de Prieto, pp. 20-23
                            6. I do not feel like a famous man by Efren Lubin Prieto Nava, pp. 24-27
                            7. The dollar crisis by Martin Mayer, pp. 28-31
                            8. Broadway's hottest playwright: Edward Albee by John Skow, pp. 32-37
                            9. Reuben, Reuben by Peter De Vries, pp. 38-57
                            10. Post Scripts, pp. 58-59
                            11. Bill Russell: "I owe the public nothing" by Edward Linn, pp. 60-63
                            12. The silent first lady of France by Edward Behr, pp. 64-65
                            13. Music for machines by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 66-67
                            14. Hazel, pp. 68-72
                            15. Bill Scranton: A reluctant candidate by John Bird, pp. 73-77
                            16. Editorial, p. 78
                            17. The Cover by Lynn Pelham
                          3. [+]
                            January 25, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. Let's stop gambling with the presidency (Speaking Out) by James MacGregor Burns, pp. 12-17
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                            4. How the Republicans can win by Arthur Larson, pp. 21-23
                            5. Fashions: the Asian rag race by Stanley Karnow, pp. 24-31
                            6. The wild boy by William Saroyan, pp. 32-37
                            7. The mystery quints of Argentina by Harold H. Martin, pp. 38-45
                            8. The price of a carabao by Saul Maloff, pp. 46-53
                            9. Farewell! Farewell! Farewell! by H.E.F. Donohue, pp. 54-55
                            10. The twins by Brian Glanville, pp. 56-59
                            11. "This is war" by Hillel Black, pp. 60-63
                            12. Post Scripts, pp. 64-65
                            13. Can diet prevent heart attacks? by Alton L. Blakeslee, pp. 66-67
                            14. "I think I'm gaining on myself" by Donald Freeman, pp. 68-69
                            15. Hazel, pp. 70-74
                            16. Did Lloyd Miller kill Janice May? by Richard Applegate, pp. 75-79
                            17. Editorials, pp. 80-82
                            18. The Cover by Burt Glinn
                          4. [+]
                            February 1, 1964 Issue = 14 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. Too many people have guns (Speaking Out) by Rep. John V. Lindsay, pp. 12-15
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                            4. Should the U.S. trade with enemies? by Robert K. Massie, pp. 19-21
                            5. Our underdogs at Innsbruck by Frank Graham Jr., pp. 22-27
                            6. Black death on the living-room floor by H. Allen Smith, pp. 28-31
                            7. After the fall by Arthur Miller, pp. 32-60
                            8. Post Scripts, p. 61
                            9. Do these Indians really own Florida? by Roy Bongartz, pp. 62-65
                            10. A passion for rhinoceros by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 66-67
                            11. Hazel, pp. 68-69
                            12. Last voyage of the Lakonia by Pete Hamill and Frank Lee, pp. 70-75
                            13. Editorials, p. 76
                            14. The Cover by Inge Morath
                          5. [+]
                            February 8, 1964 Issue = 20 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Berlin: Let's stop courting disaster (Speaking Out) by Sen. Claiborne Pell, pp. 8-9
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 10-12
                            4. Television ratings on trial by Bard Lindeman and Alan Patureau, pp. 13-17
                            5. Have pawn, will travel by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 18-19
                            6. Our new First Lady by Nan Robertson, pp. 20-27
                            7. A flashy lawyer for Oswald's killer by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 28-31
                            8. The whole cherry pie by John O'Hara, pp. 32-33
                            9. A good day for Miss Tillie by William Murray, pp. 34-43
                            10. Sidney on Skis by Jeff Brown, pp. 44-51
                            11. Post Scripts, pp. 52-53
                            12. Basketball's Irish czar by Terry Smith, pp. 54-55
                            13. Art from nobody knows where by William Jerome Gill, pp. 56-59
                            14. A tale of fish and chips by John Skow, pp. 60-61
                            15. A crazy way to fly by Pete Hamill, pp. 62-66
                            16. Hazel, p. 67
                            17. Paula Prentiss: actress with an appetite by Gene Grove, pp. 68-69
                            18. The quandary of Henry Cabot Lodge by Stanley Karnow, pp. 70-73
                            19. Editorial, p. 74
                            20. The Cover by Mark Kauffman
                          6. [+]
                            February 15, 1964 Issue = 15 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Hunting is humane (Speaking Out) by Vance Bourjaily, pp. 6-14
                            3. Affairs of State by Stewart Alsop, pp. 15-16
                            4. Johnson takes over: the untold story by Stewart Alsop, pp. 17-23
                            5. What are they doing to Big Sur? by William Trombley, pp. 24-29
                            6. The rise and fall of a Soviet agent by Edward R.F. Sheehan, pp. 30-45
                            7. A fair day's work by Nicholas Monsarrat, pp. 46-57
                            8. Post Scripts, pp. 58-59
                            9. Sophia Loren: "First, I am a woman" by Pete Hamill, pp. 60-63
                            10. Landing a jet without looking by Lawrence Lader, pp. 64-65
                            11. Boom times for piggy-bankers by William Laas and Theodore Du Bay, pp. 66-67
                            12. Hazel, pp. 68-72
                            13. War of nerves on the high wire by Bill Ballantine, pp. 73-77
                            14. Editorials, p. 78
                            15. The Cover: Sophia Loren by Burt Glinn
                          7. [+]
                            February 22, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. Does space research threaten life? (Speaking Out) by Sir Bernard Lovell, pp. 10-17
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                            4. What made John Glenn run? by Harold H. Martin and Don Oberdorfer, pp. 21-25
                            5. Necklines make you nervous? by William K. Zinsser, pp. 26-29
                            6. Howie Young: hockey's abominable iceman by Dave Anderson, pp. 30-31
                            7. Diplomat among warriors by Robert Murphy, pp. 32-53
                            8. The secret tournament by Peter Sourian, pp. 54-63
                            9. A family man by Donald Hutter, pp. 64-73
                            10. Post Scripts, pp. 74-75
                            11. I was a slave of love by S.J. Perelman, pp. 76-77
                            12. Good-bye, Lorelei, hello, Dolly! by Gilbert Millstein, pp. 78-79
                            13. Opium by Stanley Karnow, pp. 80-81
                            14. Hazel, pp. 82-83
                            15. The railroad that defies the unions by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 84-89
                            16. Editorials, pp. 90-92
                            17. The Cover: John Glenn by John Zimmerman
                          8. [+]
                            February 29, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Down with tipping (Speaking Out) by John A. Patton, pp. 6-9
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 10-14
                            4. New Orleans: Cosa Nostra's Wall Street by Bill Davidson, pp. 15-21
                            5. The politics of the space age by Lyndon Baines Johnson, pp. 22-23
                            6. America's neglected colonial paradise by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 24-35
                            7. The play that rocked Europe by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 36-45
                            8. The hardware man by John O'Hara, pp. 46-53
                            9. Memoir of a long, long war by Kenneth B. Platnick, pp. 54-61
                            10. The square world of Claudia Cardinale by Pete Hamill, pp. 62-63
                            11. Post Scripts, pp. 64-65
                            12. Nebraska fiasco: buy now, pay never by John Skow, pp. 66-67
                            13. Hazel, pp. 68-70
                            14. Harlem's war against slumlords by Robert K. Massie, pp. 71-75
                            15. Editorials, pp. 76-78
                            16. The Cover by Jack Fields
                          9. [+]
                            March 7, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Lawyers are failing the law (Speaking Out) by Morris L. Ernst, pp. 6-13
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-20
                            4. Nixon: Will he or won't he? by John Bird, pp. 21-23
                            5. Paris, prisms and Picasso by David Douglas Duncan, pp. 24-37
                            6. Who wants a tidy calendar? by John Skow, pp. 38-39
                            7. The playboy sergeant who spied for Russia by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 40-45
                            8. The mission by Bruce Jay Friedman, pp. 46-51
                            9. The house gift by James T. Maher, pp. 52-55
                            10. The root of all evil by Graham Greene, pp. 56-61
                            11. The oddball crusade of Congressman Patman by Paul Duke, pp. 62-63
                            12. Drive with devils behind you by Charles N. Barnard, pp. 64-68
                            13. Post Scripts, pp. 69-70
                            14. Botulism: The killer who came to dinner by Theodore Berland, p. 71
                            15. Hazel, pp. 72-74
                            16. Panama: Why they hate us by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 75-79
                            17. Editorial, pp. 80-82
                            18. The Cover by David Douglas Duncan
                          10. [+]
                            March 14, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. The Kinsey Report didn't upset me, either (Speaking Out) by Ogden Nash, pp. 8-13
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-16
                            4. Sweepstakes in the snow by John Skow, pp. 17-23
                            5. My first political crisis by Marvin Kitman, pp. 24-25
                            6. The South Seas close to home by John Launois, Photographer, pp. 26-33
                            7. To get lost, hurry up by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 34-37
                            8. After 64 years, the prisoner comes home by Robert Gannon, pp. 38-45
                            9. The victim by John O'Hara, pp. 46-51
                            10. Center of gravity by L.J. Auster, pp. 52-67
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 68-69
                            12. The wooing of a seven-foot wonder by George Walsh, pp. 70-71
                            13. What ever happened to burlesque? by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 72-73
                            14. Hazel, pp. 74-76
                            15. The trial of "Delay" Beckwith by Harold H. Martin, pp. 77-81
                            16. Editorials, pp. 82-84
                            17. The Cover by John Launois
                          11. [+]
                            March 21, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Doesn't Congress have ideas of its own? by Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, pp. 6-13
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-16
                            4. A crisis for capitalism by Richard Armstrong, pp. 17-29
                            5. The Beatles by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 30-35
                            6. Building the Beatle image by Vance Packard, pp. 36-39
                            7. Beatalic graphospasms by John Lennon, pp. 40-43
                            8. The captain's boar hunt by David Ely, pp. 44-53
                            9. Blow us something good, sirocco by Stanley E. Smith, pp. 54-63
                            10. Athens on the prairie by Walt McCaslin, pp. 64-65
                            11. The job John McCormick dreads by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 66-69
                            12. Post Scripts, pp. 70-71
                            13. Carol Lawrence of Illinois by Normand Poirier, pp. 72-75
                            14. The twins who found each other by Bard Lindeman, pp. 76-77
                            15. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                            16. Scientology: "Have you ever been a boo-hoo?" by James Phelan, pp. 81-85
                            17. Editorials, pp. 86-88
                            18. The Cover: The Beatles by John Zimmerman
                          12. [+]
                            March 28, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. NATO is dead (Speaking Out) by Ronald Steel, pp. 10-14
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 15-16
                            4. What will R.F.K. do next? by Peter Maas, pp. 17-21
                            5. Donna Reed: Fire and ice by Donald Freeman, pp. 22-23
                            6. The Pieta: Masterpiece at the fair by Charles McCarry, pp. 24-29
                            7. Strangers on a bridge by James B. Donovan, pp. 30-43
                            8. The offering by David Dempsey, pp. 44-51
                            9. Arnold Stone by John O'Hara, pp. 52-59
                            10. The change in the mountains by Beverly Smith Jr., pp. 60-63
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            12. The worm learns by John Bird, pp. 66-67
                            13. Will Cambodia go Communist? by Jerry A. Rose, pp. 68-69
                            14. Hazel, pp. 70-74
                            15. The dark enigma of Congress by Drew Pearson and Norman Ritter, pp. 75-79
                            16. Editorials, p. 80
                            17. The Cover by Burt Glinn
                        2. [+]
                          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1964 = 13 Issues, 221 Articles
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                            April 4, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. A Catholic mother's case for birth control (Speaking Out) by Rosemary Ruether, pp. 12-15
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                            4. Dope invades the suburbs by Robert P. Goldman, pp. 19-25
                            5. Be the first on your block to have a ton of steel by Marvin Kitman, pp. 26-27
                            6. Why Spain is home by Robert Ruark, pp. 28-33
                            7. Can Johnson get Congress moving? by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 34-41
                            8. Moths against the screen by Robert Penn Warren, pp. 42-55
                            9. Caruso the truck driver by Herbert Gold, pp. 56-58
                            10. Post Scripts, pp. 59-63
                            11. The illusive, elusive Miss Tammy Grimes by Evan Hill, pp. 64-65
                            12. The life and death of Precious Plum Flower by Karl Ludwig Stumpf and Edward Gamarekian, pp. 66-67
                            13. Hazel, pp. 68-72
                            14. Happiness is being somewhere else by Frank Graham Jr., pp. 73-77
                            15. Editorials, p. 78
                            16. The Cover by Philippe Halsman
                          2. [+]
                            April 11, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Stop pampering gifted children (Speaking Out) by Bruno Bettelheim, pp. 8-11
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-16
                            4. Why I am a Republican by Dwight D. Eisenhower, pp. 17-19
                            5. The sky is falling by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 20-25
                            6. Pass Go and retire by Roy Bongartz, pp. 26-27
                            7. Tuesday past, Tuesday present by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 28-33
                            8. The boy who survived Auschwitz by Ernst Papanek and Edward Linn, pp. 34-43
                            9. The pilgrim project (Part 1 of 2) by Hank Searls, pp. 44-61
                            10. The fighting Yankee of Seville by Robert Daley, pp. 62-63
                            11. Post Scripts, pp. 64-65
                            12. Fair trade or foul, the battle rages again! by Martin Mayer, pp. 66-69
                            13. Monk: High priest of jazz by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 70-73
                            14. Hazel, pp. 74-76
                            15. All the fit that's news to print by Gael Greene, pp. 77-81
                            16. Editorials, pp. 82-84
                            17. The Cover by Lawrence J. Schiller
                          3. [+]
                            April 18, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. Too many judges are political hacks (Speaking Out) by Herbert Brownell, pp. 10-15
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                            4. Crash effort for a safer cigarette by Bill Davidson, pp. 19-23
                            5. Girls take the cue by David L. Goodrich, pp. 24-27
                            6. The feely is here by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 28-29
                            7. What is Maggie Smith up to? by Maxine Cheshire, pp. 30-35
                            8. One man against the sea by William Willis, pp. 36-45
                            9. The answer depends by John O'Hara, pp. 46-51
                            10. The pilgrim project (conclusion) by Hank Searls, pp. 52-67
                            11. Post Scripts, pp. 68-69
                            12. A season of Sommer by Joe Hyams, pp. 70-74
                            13. It's me, O Lord by William Saroyan, p. 75
                            14. Hazel, pp. 76-77
                            15. Red threat to Black Africa? by Robert K. Massie, pp. 78-85
                            16. Editorials, pp. 86-88
                            17. The Cover: Elke Sommer by Lawrence J. Schiller
                          4. [+]
                            April 25, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 6-11
                            2. Psychiatrists use dangerous words (Speaking Out) by Karl Menninger, M.D., pp. 12-15
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                            4. Tino's bottomless tanks of oil by Norman C. Miller, pp. 19-25
                            5. Good grief, Charlie Schulz! by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 26-27
                            6. Down to the sea for fun by John Zimmerman, Photographer, pp. 28-37
                            7. Hungary: Renaissance after revolt by David Holden, pp. 38-51
                            8. A tough nut by Alberto Moravia, pp. 52-53
                            9. The transient by Stanley Elkin, pp. 54-71
                            10. "These Americans must be gods" by Stanley Karnow, pp. 72-73
                            11. Post Scripts, pp. 74-75
                            12. The big political sprint by Tom Wicker, pp. 76-77
                            13. The smog battle gets hot by Charles N. Barnard, pp. 78-79
                            14. Hazel, pp. 80-82
                            15. A miracle on Broadway by Normand Poirier, pp. 83-87
                            16. Editorials, pp. 88-90
                            17. The Cover by John Zimmerman
                          5. [+]
                            May 2, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. The P.T.A. is a waste of tiem (Speaking Out) by Prof. W.C. Kvaraceus, pp. 6-11
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. The great A-11 deception by James Atwater, pp. 15-17
                            5. The Fischer quints at home by Mary Ann Fischer and John Bird, pp. 18-27
                            6. A Bible in the bullpen by John Devaney, pp. 28-29
                            7. A room full of takers for any dare by Joseph Wechsberg, pp. 30-37
                            8. On the night train to Moscow by Ralph Blum, pp. 38-43
                            9. The suicide by Evan S. Connell Jr., pp. 44-49
                            10. A full day's wages by K.E. Sackett, pp. 50-55
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 56-57
                            12. The stardom and boredom of Catherine Spaak by Pete Hamill, pp. 58-61
                            13. A Communist at the White House by Zygmunt Broniarek, pp. 62-63
                            14. "Doctor, what's wrong with me?" by Evan Hill, pp. 64-65
                            15. Hazel, pp. 66-70
                            16. Big play for pay TV's $1.50 splendors by Martin Mayer, pp. 71-75
                            17. Editorial, p. 76
                            18. The Cover: The Fischer Quints by John Zimmerman
                          6. [+]
                            May 9, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. They can't cover up for Bobby Baker (Speaking Out) by Sen. Hugh Scott, pp. 8-13
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-18
                            4. Cancer is yielding up its secrets by Pat McGrady and Murray Morgan, pp. 19-23
                            5. How a stricken state met chaos by Bard Lindeman, pp. 24-31
                            6. Hollywood's carefree child by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 32-35
                            7. Crime in Moscow by George Feifer, pp. 36-61
                            8. A property of hope by Fred Chappell, pp. 62-65
                            9. The effect of Barney Fuller by Anthony Bailey, pp. 66-69
                            10. What are they doing with Gen. Sheridan's horse? by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 70-73
                            11. Post Scripts, pp. 74-76
                            12. A new life for a blind deer by Georges Carousso, pp. 77-80
                            13. Monorail: A one-track controversy by Joseph N. Bell, p. 81
                            14. Hazel, pp. 82-84
                            15. George Wallace shakes up the political scene by Harold H. Martin, pp. 85-89
                            16. Editorials, pp. 90-92
                            17. The Cover: Jill St. John by Frank Bez
                          7. [+]
                            May 16, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Let's talk sense about Cuba (Speaking Out) by Sen. J. William Fulbright, pp. 8-11
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. Lodge faces his big test in Oregon by John Skow, pp. 15-19
                            5. This prince led Cinderella to death by Charles McCarry, pp. 20-21
                            6. The exploding University of California by William Trombley, pp. 22-29
                            7. "And there appeared to them tongues of fire" by McCandlish Phillips, pp. 30-43
                            8. Can I stay here? by John O'Hara, pp. 44-49
                            9. The fortuneteller by Mary Deasy, pp. 50-55
                            10. What really matters by Malcolm Wood, pp. 56-65
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 66-67
                            12. Will chemicals cure cancer? by Pat McGrady and Murray Morgan, pp. 68-71
                            13. Let me entertain you by Muriel Davidson, pp. 72-73
                            14. Don't tread on Grandmother Peabody by Robert K. Massie, pp. 74-75
                            15. Hazel, pp. 76-78
                            16. Doctors go on strike by Pete Hamill, pp. 79-83
                            17. Editorials, pp. 84-86
                            18. The Cover: Henry Cabot Lodge by Harry Redl
                          8. [+]
                            May 23, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. Who needs the World's Fair? (Speaking Out) by John Skow, pp. 12-17
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-24
                            4. The great city, p. 25
                            5. The great fair by John Zimmerman, Photographer, pp. 26-35
                            6. The old s.o.b. does it again by Bill Davidson, pp. 36-41
                            7. Waiter! by Edmund G. Love, pp. 42-49
                            8. The landmarker by Louis Auchincloss, pp. 50-53
                            9. The lucid eye in silver town by John Updike, pp. 54-61
                            10. The long night of Shubert Alley by Warren Miller, pp. 62-67
                            11. Dance of the divorced by Herbert Gold, pp. 68-73
                            12. New York, N.Y.: The golden door by Gilbert Millstein, pp. 74-83
                            13. Post scripts, pp. 84-87
                            14. How to spend your excess money in New York by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 88-93
                            15. Good-bye, Broadway, hello, Mr. Square by S.J. Perelman, pp. 94-95
                            16. Hazel, pp. 96-97
                            17. The new American capital of Bohemia by Eli Waldron, pp. 98-104
                            18. The Cover by John Zimmerman
                          9. [+]
                            May 30, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Businessmen are wrecking baseball (Speaking Out) by Jim Brosnan, pp. 8-11
                            3. Affairs of state by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. Showdown in California by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 15-19
                            5. Plucky Pierre crashes the party by James Phelan, pp. 20-21
                            6. New role for Legendary George by William Trombley, pp. 22-23
                            7. Just playin' folks by John Launois, Photographer, pp. 24-29
                            8. Peter, Paul and Mary by Alfred G. Aronowitz and Marshall Blonsky, pp. 30-35
                            9. Race against blindness by Max Gunther, pp. 36-37
                            10. Armageddon by Leon Uris, pp. 38-55
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 56-57
                            12. Pipe this by William K. Zinsser, pp. 58-59
                            13. End of an era at Indy by Ken W. Purdy, pp. 60-63
                            14. King John's lost treasure by James Morris, pp. 64-65
                            15. Hazel, pp. 66-68
                            16. Detroit vs. the Mafic: A city fights back by James Atwater, pp. 69-73
                            17. Editorials, pp. 74-76
                            18. The Cover: Carolyn Hester by John Launois
                          10. [+]
                            June 6, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. No, I don't want to go to Europe (Speaking Out) by Shirley Jackson, pp. 8-11
                            3. People in a trap (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. The Birmingham church bomber by George McMillan, pp. 15-19
                            5. The heat's on by Vytas Valaitis and Henry Ries, Photographers, pp. 20-27
                            6. How to be a loser with four aces by Myron Cope, pp. 28-31
                            7. Bottled in Bond: Sean Connery by Pete Hamill, pp. 32-33
                            8. Armageddon (Conclusion) by Leon Uris, pp. 34-59
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 60-61
                            10. A vist with Sandburg at sunset by Helga Sandburg, pp. 62-65
                            11. Lively market in lame ducks by Bill Surface, pp. 66-67
                            12. Big Brother is listening by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 68-69
                            13. Hazel, pp. 70-72
                            14. Dam the Nile, full speed astern by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 73-77
                            15. Editorials, pp. 78-80
                            16. The Cover: Julie Newmar by Henry Ries
                          11. [+]
                            June 13, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Don't junk the parochial schools (Speaking Out) by Wilfrid Sheed, pp. 6-11
                            3. "It's none of your lousy business" (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. My first eighty years by Harry S. Truman, p. 15
                            5. A day in a former President's busy life by Robert Sherrod, pp. 16-19
                            6. It's Metsomania by Jimmy Breslin, pp. 20-25
                            7. A Harlem sketchbook: White man, walk easy by Roger Kahn, pp. 26-42
                            8. The 480 by Eugene Burdick, pp. 43-63
                            9. Anyone for buried treasure? by Jack Iams, pp. 64-67
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 68-69
                            11. The dusty, smeared, tattered life of P.T. Barnum by William Saroyan, pp. 70-71
                            12. Golden Rule by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 72-74
                            13. Hazel, p. 75
                            14. Suicide of an ex-Nazi by Edward Behr, pp. 76-79
                            15. Editorials, pp. 80-82
                            16. The Cover: President Truman by John Launois
                          12. [+]
                            June 20, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. More people should be servants (Speaking Out) by Caroline Bird, pp. 6-9
                            3. Vietnam: Go north? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 10-12
                            4. Last stand of the big bomber by James Atwater, pp. 13-17
                            5. Bikinis in the backyard by Lawrence J. Schiller, Photographer, pp. 18-25
                            6. Sidney Poitier's long journey by Normand Poirier, pp. 26-33
                            7. Cracking the groen-up's coed by Max Gunther, pp. 34-35
                            8. The 480 by Eugene Burdick, pp. 36-59
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 60-61
                            10. He hunts with the wild falcon by Robert B. Berry, pp. 62-65
                            11. The ball-bond scandal by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 66-67
                            12. The vanishing knave of clubs by Bil Gilbert, pp. 68-69
                            13. Hazel, pp. 70-72
                            14. Viva el candidato! by Richard Armstrong, pp. 73-77
                            15. Editorial, pp. 78-80
                            16. The Cover: Anitra Ford by Lawrence J. Schiller
                          13. [+]
                            June 27, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. L.B.J. should debate on TV (Speaking Out) by Richard M. Nixon, pp. 12-18
                            3. Remembering Rac (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 19-20
                            4. Steel: The giant under fire by David R. Jones, pp. 21-29
                            5. Steve Lawrence, a guy from Brooklyn by Richard Atcheson, pp. 30-31
                            6. The Maccabees ride again by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 32-37
                            7. Can the manatee save Florida? by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 38-39
                            8. The 480 by Eugene Burdick, pp. 40-67
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 68-69
                            10. Gems that grow on command by Rafael Steinberg, pp. 70-75
                            11. Floyd Patterson's fight to save his pride by Pete Hamill, pp. 76-79
                            12. The murder that started World War I by Roberta Strauss Feuerlicht, pp. 80-84
                            13. Hazel, p. 85
                            14. L.B.J.'s hunt for womanpower by Peter Lisagor and Marguerite Higgins, pp. 86-87
                            15. A challenge to women by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, pp. 88-89
                            16. Editorials, p. 90
                            17. The Cover by John Launois
                        3. [+]
                          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1964 = 8 Issues, 131 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            July 11, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. They've wrecked the American League (Speaking Out) by Bill Veeck and Edward Linn, pp. 10-16
                            3. Crisis at the Cow Palace by Stewart Alsop, pp. 17-21
                            4. I'm in the fight to the last ballot by Marvin Kitman, pp. 22-23
                            5. Burton: What the cameras missed by Thelda Victor and Muriel Davidson, pp. 24-35
                            6. Ted Kennedy's day of joy and sadness by Edward Behr, pp. 36-39
                            7. One hundred ladies by James Gould Cozzens, pp. 40-49
                            8. Coming home by Joan Didion, pp. 50-55
                            9. His Excellency by John O'Hara, pp. 56-61
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 62-63
                            11. Over the bounding main again by Erich Hartmann, Photographer, pp. 64-71
                            12. The owl in the playpen by Bil Gilbert, pp. 72-75
                            13. The lone wolf of civil rights by Martin Mayer, pp. 76-77
                            14. Hazel, pp. 78-82
                            15. Mrs. Murray's war on God by Robert Liston, pp. 83-87
                            16. Editorials, pp. 88-90
                            17. The Cover by Josh Weiner
                          2. [+]
                            July 25, 1964 Issue = 15 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Our way of life makes us miserable (Speaking Out) by Erich Fromm, pp. 8-14
                            3. "If we can crack Mississippi..." by James Atwater, pp. 15-19
                            4. Dominic Tucci slept here by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 20-21
                            5. Stalking the weed eater by David L. Goodrich, pp. 22-23
                            6. The untold story of Jack Ruby by Edward Linn, pp. 24-49
                            7. Candida by Bernard Shaw by James Gould Cozzens, pp. 50-57
                            8. Weekend in town by Dawn Powell, pp. 58-63
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            10. For God, country and the Santa Clara Swim Club by William Trombley, pp. 66-71
                            11. The great DMSO mystery by Bill Davidson, pp. 72-73
                            12. Hazel, pp. 74-76
                            13. I flew around the world alone by Joan Merriam, pp. 77-83
                            14. Editorial, pp. 84-86
                            15. The Cover: Donna de Varona and Don Schollander by Jack Fields
                          3. [+]
                            August 8, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Give drugs to addicts (Speaking Out) by Nathan Straus III, pp. 6-12
                            3. G.O.P. campaign preview by Stewart Alsop, pp. 13-15
                            4. Goldwater: A close look at a "damned cowboy" by Charles Mohr, pp. 16-19
                            5. Everyone's in the kitchen with Julia by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 20-21
                            6. The return of the Beatles by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 22-29
                            7. Odd saga of the big Bahamas spenders by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 30-43
                            8. Herzog visits Chicago by Saul Bellow, pp. 44-69
                            9. Post Scripts, pp. 70-71
                            10. Have zoo, will travel by William Trombley, pp. 72-73
                            11. The whip who put snap in the Phillies by Myron Cope, pp. 74-78
                            12. Hazel, pp. 79-80
                            13. Bill Miller: The G.O.P.'s tough, shrewd pro by Roger Kahn, pp. 81-83
                            14. The convention: An event of enormous beauty by William Saroyan, pp. 84-85
                            15. Editorial, pp. 86-88
                            16. The Cover: The Beatles by John Launois
                          4. [+]
                            August 22, 1964 Issue = 15 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. Let's abolish alimony (Speaking Out) by Alexander Eliot, pp. 12-18
                            3. This is our enemy by Stanley Karnow, pp. 19-25
                            4. America's cup: Racing for glory by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 26-33
                            5. The tragedy of Appalachia by Richard Armstrong, pp. 34-45
                            6. An infinity of mirrors by Richard Condon, pp. 46-63
                            7. The house on the corner by John O'Hara, pp. 64-67
                            8. The odd fate of Oswald's other victims by Frank X. Tolbert, pp. 68-69
                            9. Post Scripts, pp. 70-71
                            10. Year of the bull in worthless Chinese bonds by Marvin Kitman, pp. 72-73
                            11. The unsinkalbe Debbie Reynolds by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 74-78
                            12. Hazel, p. 79
                            13. Portrait of an extremist by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 80-83
                            14. Editorial, pp. 84-86
                            15. The Cover by John Zimmerman
                          5. [+]
                            September 5, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Why do they slander our military men? (Speaking Out) by S.L.A. Marshall, pp. 6-10
                            3. Untold story of the Mississippi murders by William Bradford Huie, pp. 11-15
                            4. Kim Novak vs. the code by Vernon Scott, pp. 16-17
                            5. Room at the bottom of the sea by James Atwater and Roger Vaughan, pp. 18-25
                            6. Cold Friday by Whittaker Chambers, pp. 26-35
                            7. Going away by Vera Randal, pp. 36-49
                            8. The practice of an art by Leonard Wallace Robinson, pp. 50-53
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 54-55
                            10. "That so nece$$ary ingredient" by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 56-59
                            11. Master of the bulls by Bill Ballantine, pp. 60-64
                            12. Good-bye Burma-Shave by William K. Zinsser, p. 65
                            13. Hazel, pp. 66-68
                            14. Will Chile go Communist? by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 69-73
                            15. Editorials, pp. 74-76
                            16. The Cover by Robert Barth
                          6. [+]
                            September 12, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. Supreme Court vs. the people (Speaking Out) by Sen. Everett McKinley Dirksen, pp. 10-13
                            3. The meaning of the margin (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-16
                            4. Defense spending: Where the cuback cuts deep by Don Oberdorfer, pp. 17-21
                            5. Miracle on a mountain by David L. Goodrich, pp. 22-27
                            6. Boy on fire by Herbert Gold, pp. 28-29
                            7. I'm taking to you, white man by Malcolm X, pp. 30-53
                            8. Coming back by Vera Randal, pp. 54-61
                            9. Case money by Don Carpenter, pp. 62-67
                            10. Beware of Smokey the Bear by Howard Bloomfield, pp. 68-69
                            11. Bloom in love by C. Robert Jennings, pp. 70-71
                            12. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                            13. The sweeps vs. the law by Jack Iams, pp. 74-78
                            14. Hazel, p. 79
                            15. The N.Y. Yankees: Descent from Olympus by Roger Kahn, pp. 80-83
                            16. Editorials, pp. 84-86
                            17. The Cover: Malcolm X by John Launois
                          7. [+]
                            September 19, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. Alcoholics can be cured---despite A.A> (Speaking Out) by Dr. Arthur H. Cain, pp. 6-11
                            3. The one weakness of L.B.J. (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. The automakers and their mighty works by Richard Armstrong, pp. 15-27
                            5. The comic who'll never be in by Edward Linn, pp. 28-29
                            6. The great British train robbery by Pete Hamill, pp. 30-37
                            7. Rites of passage by Ralph Blum, pp. 38-55
                            8. Aunt Fran by John O'Hara, pp. 56-57
                            9. What we were fighting for by Elliott Baker, pp. 58-63
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            11. Why a northern town fights school integration by Max Gunther, pp. 66-67
                            12. Baseball's richest rookie by Myron Cope, pp. 68-69
                            13. Medicine's miracle chamber by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 70-71
                            14. Hazel, pp. 72-74
                            15. Win Rockefeller vs. Orval Faubus by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 75-77
                            16. No dice in Hot Springs by John Skow, pp. 78-79
                            17. Editorial, pp. 80-82
                            18. The Cover by John Zimmerman
                          8. [+]
                            September 26, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 8-11
                            2. Goldwater is wrong on civil rights (Speaking Out) by Anthony Lewis, pp. 12-21
                            3. Antidisestablishmentarianism (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 22-24
                            4. Fischer quints: What a year it had been! by Mary Ann Fischer and John Bird, pp. 25-31
                            5. Crocodiles in the cellar by James Atwater, pp. 32-33
                            6. A life for a vote by John Hersey, pp. 34-43
                            7. The moon of the arfy-darfy by Nelson Algren, pp. 44-49
                            8. The daughter of the chief of police by Paul Darcy Boles, pp. 50-55
                            9. School by John O'Hara, pp. 56-61
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 62-65
                            11. Our Davis Cup Runneth over by Roger Kahn, pp. 66-71
                            12. Their house was haunted by atomic ghosts by Fredric C. Appel, pp. 72-75
                            13. The long day's monotony of TV by Brock Brower, pp. 76-77
                            14. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                            15. The price of getting involved by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 81-85
                            16. Editorial, pp. 86-88
                            17. The Cover: The Fischer Quints by John Zimmerman
                        4. [+]
                          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1964 = 12 Issues, 200 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            October 3, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Burn those worthless cookbooks (Speaking Out) by John McPhee, pp. 8-15
                            3. campaigner Goldwater (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-20
                            4. With clean hans and a clear conscience by John F. Kennedy, pp. 21-23
                            5. The saga of Lassie by Vernon Scott, pp. 24-27
                            6. L.B.J. country by Bill Porterfield, pp. 28-37
                            7. Jules Feiffer: You are his target by Gilbert Millstein, pp. 38-43
                            8. The homecoming of the children by Warren Eyster, pp. 44-53
                            9. Leon & Bebert by Evan S. Connell Jr., pp. 54-67
                            10. Venezuela's quint's: "They are like little bulls" by Harold H. Martin, pp. 68-73
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                            12. Painful path to glory by Leonard Shecter, pp. 76-77
                            13. Hazel, pp. 78-82
                            14. The Congo by Sanche de Gramont, p. 83
                            15. An American woman's escape by Ruth Hege and Bard Lindeman, pp. 84-91
                            16. Editorials, p. 92
                            17. The Cover: Lassie by Lawrence J. Schiller
                          2. [+]
                            October 10, 1964 Issue = 15 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Let's pull out of the Olympics (Speaking Out) by Roger Kahn, pp. 8-13
                            3. The city-cage (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-18
                            4. An angry welcome for a Queen by Robert Sherrod, pp. 19-23
                            5. The timeless charm of Peggy Lee by Thomas C. Wheeler, pp. 24-45
                            6. The bonfire by John O'Hara, pp. 46-53
                            7. John Sobieski runs by James Buechler, pp. 54-63
                            8. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            9. Joseph P. Kennedy: A profile in power (Part 1 of 2) by Robert Daley, pp. 66-73
                            10. 'I am the strangler! You must believe me!' by Edward Behr, pp. 74-75
                            11. The happy town where hearts stay healthy by Robert K. Massie, pp. 76-79
                            12. Hazel, pp. 80-81
                            13. Hubert Humphrey: "Politics is my life" by Pete Hamill, pp. 82-85
                            14. Editorial, p. 86
                            15. The Cover: Pat Winslow by Lawrence J. Schiller
                          3. [+]
                            October 17, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. We ask politicians to be hypocrites (Speaking Out) by William F. Buckley Jr., pp. 8-15
                            3. The Russian diplomat's question (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                            4. How strong is the hate vote? by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 19-21
                            5. Design on your future by Evelyn Jablow, pp. 22-27
                            6. Showdown for a quarterback by Myron Cope, pp. 28-29
                            7. Joseph P. Kennedy: Triumph and Tragedy (Conclusion) by Richard J. Whalen, pp. 30-49
                            8. Esther Kreindel the Second by Isaac Bashevis Singer, pp. 50-59
                            9. My Coney Island uncle by Harvey Swados, pp. 60-73
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                            11. Japan: A proud new jazzy age by Rafael Steinberg, pp. 76-82
                            12. The curious transformation of Laurie by Arthur Lenley, pp. 83-84
                            13. Hazel, p. 85
                            14. Robert Preston returns as Poor Richard by Gilbert Millstein, pp. 86-89
                            15. Editorials, p. 90
                            16. The Cover by John Launois
                          4. [+]
                            October 24, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. The ecumenical movement threatens Protestantism (Speaking Out) by Henry A. Buchanan and Bob W. Brown, pp. 10-15
                            3. Uncle Lyndon (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-18
                            4. Special Goldwater section by Roger Kahn, pp. 19-28
                            5. 'The country I love' by Thomas Martin, pp. 29-31
                            6. The men around Goldwater by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 32-35
                            7. The lonely lady behind Barry by Nan Robertson, pp. 36-37
                            8. The quiet island by Darrell Bates, pp. 38-57
                            9. The clear track by John O'Hara, pp. 58-63
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 64-67
                            11. The astounding laser by Max Gunther, pp. 68-71
                            12. Encore for twelve high-kicking housewives by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 72-75
                            13. A match made in the jungle by Milton Gross, pp. 76-77
                            14. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                            15. The men who rule the stars by Bill Davidson, pp. 81-85
                            16. Editorial, p. 86
                            17. The Cover: Barry M. Goldwater by Burt Glinn
                          5. [+]
                            October 31, 1964 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                            2. In defense of naked ladies (Speaking Out) by Russell Baker, pp. 10-17
                            3. Vietnam: The waiting game (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                            4. The Johnson touch by Harold H. Martin, pp. 21-29
                            5. The great society by President Lyndon B. Johnson, pp. 30-31
                            6. Can Kennedy take New York? by Peter Maas, pp. 32-35
                            7. Television's princess of the press corps by Barry Gottehrer, pp. 36-37
                            8. How Mafia killers got their man by Bill Davidson, pp. 38-41
                            9. One of the dead by William Wood, pp. 42-53
                            10. Bless Charlie by Morton Fineman, pp. 54-57
                            11. Post scripts, pp. 58-59
                            12. Look fast---think pink by Ken W. Purdy, pp. 60-61
                            13. Where did all that money come from? by Stanley Karnow, pp. 62-65
                            14. Doomed to an early death by James Atwater, pp. 66-67
                            15. Hazel, pp. 68-70
                            16. The campaign: What does it all add up to? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 71-73
                            17. The presidential parade by Oscar Berger, pp. 74-75
                            18. Editorial, pp. 76-78
                            19. The Cover: President Lyndon Johnson by Larry Fried
                          6. [+]
                            November 7, 1964 Issue = 14 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Negroes are not moving too fast (Speaking Out) by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., pp. 8-11
                            3. The President (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. Why we are stronger than Russia by Robert S. Mcnamara, pp. 15-17
                            5. The early life of Nikita Khrushchev by Harold H. Martin, pp. 18-27
                            6. Hell's angels fly again by Joseph N. Bell, pp. 28-32
                            7. The monument and the shadow by William Humphrey, pp. 33-63
                            8. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            9. The fantastic Walt Disney by Bill Davidson, pp. 66-75
                            10. Where did she come from? Why did she go? by P.L. Travers, pp. 76-77
                            11. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                            12. What really happened to Khrushchev? by Stewart Alsop and Edmund Stevens, pp. 81-85
                            13. Editorials, p. 86
                            14. The Cover: Nikita Khrushchev by Lynn Pelham
                          7. [+]
                            November 14, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                            2. Don't send Johnny to college (Speaking Out) by Hugh Kenner, pp. 12-17
                            3. The one great question (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                            4. Red China face to face by Edward Behr, pp. 21-29
                            5. A glimpse of Eden by Nina Warner Hooke, pp. 30-32
                            6. Muslim champ by Myron Cope, pp. 33-39
                            7. 'Get Percy Foreman' by Thomas Martin and Patrick O'Bryan, pp. 40-43
                            8. The Madras rumble by Irvin Faust, pp. 44-55
                            9. The old dancers by Thomas Williams, pp. 56-63
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            11. Sput...pop...clank...vaROOOM! by Charles N. Barnard, pp. 66-69
                            12. The $250,000 bonanza by Richard Lemon, pp. 70-75
                            13. Let me tell you about Mae West by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 76-77
                            14. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                            15. Ohio's mad oil boom by Bard Lindeman, pp. 81-85
                            16. Editorial, p. 86
                            17. The Cover by Edward Behr
                          8. [+]
                            November 21, 1964 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Let's use midwives---to save babies (Speaking Out) by Dr. Louis Hellman, pp. 8-12
                            3. Moscow: Which way? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 13-14
                            4. The legacy of John F. Kennedy by Joseph Alsop, pp. 15-19
                            5. The commercialization of J.F.K. by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 20-21
                            6. Still they come to the hillside by Jimmy Breslin, pp. 22-23
                            7. Lord Jim by Pete Hamill, pp. 24-29
                            8. When farmers go on strike by John Bird, pp. 30-39
                            9. Poraling by Jacob Hay, pp. 40-49
                            10. The project by Malcolm Wood, pp. 50-57
                            11. Local representative by Tom Cole, pp. 58-63
                            12. Post scripts, pp. 64-67
                            13. The strange eye and ard of DeKooning by George Dickerson, pp. 68-71
                            14. The all-American saint by Edward Linn, pp. 72-73
                            15. Shout Armenia wherever you go by William Saroyan, pp. 74-77
                            16. Hazel, p. 78
                            17. CORE: The shock troops of the Negro revolt by Martin Mayer, pp. 79-83
                            18. Editorial, p. 84
                            19. The Cover: Daliah Lavi by Ken Danvers
                          9. [+]
                            November 28, 1964 Issue = 17 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                            2. If at first you don't succeed---quit! (Speaking Out) by Dr. Seuss, pp. 6-9
                            3. The new Communism (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 10-14
                            4. Churchill at 90: Twilight of a hero by Quentin Reynolds, pp. 15-17
                            5. Small war in Westport by John Skow, pp. 18-19
                            6. American Catholicism: Not peace, but the sword by Edward R.F. Sheehan, pp. 20-43
                            7. The ballet of Central Park by Kay Boyle, pp. 44-51
                            8. The comeback by Brock Brower, pp. 52-55
                            9. La abuela by George Troy, pp. 56-59
                            10. Post scripts, pp. 60-62
                            11. Russia's total airline by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 63-65
                            12. 'So simple, so treacherous' by Theodore Taylor, pp. 66-67
                            13. The large, loud mouth of Alan King by Marvin Kitman, pp. 68-70
                            14. Hazel, p. 71
                            15. Ara's new era by William Barry Furlong, pp. 72-75
                            16. Editorial, p. 76
                            17. Cover by Burt Glinn
                          10. [+]
                            December 5, 1964 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Don't blame the ghetto (Speaking Out) by David B. Lee, pp. 8-11
                            3. Communism: The meaning of the change (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-14
                            4. A houseful of helpers awake at the switch by James Atwater, pp. 15-21
                            5. Julie Harris: 'A saint is a saint, you know' by Brock Brower, pp. 22-23
                            6. The Sunday afternoon fox by John Skow, pp. 24-25
                            7. The gentleman from Georgia goes home by Jerome Doolittle, pp. 26-29
                            8. What became of the Aga Khan? by Sanche de Gramont, pp. 30-33
                            9. The decision by Leonard Wallace Robinson, pp. 34-41
                            10. Engine, engine number nine by Morton Fineman, pp. 42-59
                            11. Thank you, Peg Carpenter by Arthur Heinemann, pp. 60-71
                            12. Post scripts, pp. 72-75
                            13. Happy birthday, dear Beverly by Richard Lemon, pp. 76-81
                            14. Football's marvelous misfit by Robert Daley, pp. 82-83
                            15. Hazel, pp. 84-86
                            16. The patients nobody wanted by Alice Lake, pp. 87-91
                            17. Editorials, pp. 92-94
                            18. The Cover: Carol Lynley by John Bryson
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                            December 12, 1964 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Women don't run the country (Speaking Out) by J.B. Priestley, pp. 8-13
                            3. The interesting Mr. Wilson (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-16
                            4. The big, bold plans of Lyndon the Lucky by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 17-19
                            5. 'This ho-ho-ho business' by Alan Levy, pp. 20-21
                            6. After twenty years: The GI's war fades away by W.C. Heinz, pp. 22-43
                            7. Treats by Mack Thomas, pp. 44-57
                            8. Going ahead by Joan Williams, pp. 58-63
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                            10. Spanish gold two fathoms deep by James Atwater, pp. 66-71
                            11. Barbie is a million-dollar-doll by William K. Zinsser, pp. 72-73
                            12. Ann Lowe: Society's best-kept secret by Thomas B. Congdon Jr., pp. 74-75
                            13. Hazel, pp. 76-78
                            14. The runaway Colts by Edward Linn, pp. 79-83
                            15. Editorial, pp. 84-86
                            16. Cover by Neil Leifer
                          12. [+]
                            December 26, 1964 Issue = 15 Articles
                            1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                            2. Parents will never amount to much! (Speaking Out) by Jamie Kitman and Suzy Kitman, pp. 8-16
                            3. The world of play by Sandford Brown, pp. 17-21
                            4. The extraordinary Amidon School by Normand Poirier, pp. 22-23
                            5. A Christmas Carol by Mark Kauffman, Photographer, pp. 24-31
                            6. The remarkable life of a little genius by Gilbert Millstein, pp. 32-35
                            7. The secret integration by Thomas Pynchon, pp. 36-51
                            8. The birthday party by Gina Berriault, pp. 52-55
                            9. Post scripts, pp. 56-57
                            10. The small-fry boom by Richard Lemon, pp. 58-63
                            11. My father was 'Uncle Wiggily' by Roger Garis, pp. 64-65
                            12. Hazel, pp. 66-68
                            13. A day in the life of a pediatrician by Pete Hamill, pp. 69-73
                            14. Editorial, pp. 74-76
                            15. The Cover by Mark Kauffman
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                        Issues of 1965 = 25 Issues, 421 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1966 = 27 Issues, 450 Articles
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                            Issues of 1967 = 26 Issues, 448 Articles
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                            Issues of the 1970s = 3 Years, 24 Issues, 731 Articles
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                              Issues of 1974 = 9 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                Issues of 1978 = 6 Issues, 199 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1979 = 9 Issues, 238 Articles
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                                  Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 83 Issues, 2,039 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1980 = 8 Issues, 221 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 112 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1982 = 9 Issues, 235 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1983 = 9 Issues, 217 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1984 = 9 Issues, 213 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1985 = 9 Issues, 205 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1986 = 9 Issues, 227 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1987 = 9 Issues, 232 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 1988 = 9 Issues, 210 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 1989 = 8 Issues, 167 Articles
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                                                      Issues of the 1990s = 8 Years, 48 Issues, 993 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 1990 = 8 Issues, 173 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 1991 = 7 Issues, 144 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 1992 = 6 Issues, 129 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 1993 = 6 Issues, 129 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 1994 = 6 Issues, 117 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 1995 = 6 Issues, 128 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 119 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 54 Articles