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The Saturday Evening Post, November 19, 1966, pp. 12-19
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                          Issues of 1965 = 25 Issues, 421 Articles
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                            Issues of 1966 = 27 Issues, 450 Articles
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                              Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1966 = 7 Issues, 114 Articles
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                                January 1, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, p. 6
                                2. The Peace Corps isn't doing the job (Speaking Out) by Arnold Zeitlin and Marian Zeitlin, pp. 7-8
                                3. A conversation with President Kennedy (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, p. 9
                                4. Stop the train, I want to get off (The Human Comedy) by John Skow, pp. 10-12
                                5. Your doctor and the A.M.A. by John Bird, pp. 13-17
                                6. The restless wind by Charles Harbutt, pp. 18-23
                                7. Fantasy, flesh and Fellini by Thomas Meehan, pp. 24-33
                                8. The geometry of love by John Cheever, pp. 34-39
                                9. The practical joker by Gwen Davenport, pp. 40-43
                                10. America America, pp. 44-45
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 46-48
                                12. Who murdered General Delgado? by Sanche de Gramont, pp. 49-51
                                13. The sub that sails in the sky by Robert K. Massie, pp. 52-53
                                14. Hazel, pp. 54-55
                                15. The golden hawk of hockey by James Atwater, pp. 56-59
                                16. Editorial, p. 60
                                17. The Cover by Blake Hampton
                              2. [+]
                                January 15, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-5
                                2. Keep out of my kid's hair (Speaking Out) by Bruce Jay Friedman, pp. 6-13
                                3. The mind of Mao (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-17
                                4. The man who beat the rat race (The Human Comedy) by Russell Baker, pp. 18-20
                                5. The birth control revolution by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 21-25
                                6. The two loves of Doctor Zhivago by Harold H. Martin, pp. 26-31
                                7. My life as a Soviet prisoner by Peter Landerman, pp. 32-47
                                8. The evil eye by Alfred Gillespie, pp. 48-49
                                9. America America, pp. 50-57
                                10. The chance of a lifetime by Monty Culver, pp. 58-63
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 64-70
                                12. The last of the outlaw wolves by Robert K. Massie, pp. 71-73
                                13. Hazel, pp. 74-75
                                14. Your eye can't lie by Bill Davidson, pp. 76-79
                                15. Editorial, p. 80
                                16. Cover by Hiro
                              3. [+]
                                January 29, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. The white man can't help the black ghetto (Speaking Out) by Mark Battle, pp. 10-17
                                3. Johnson the genius (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                                4. Please re-pot the sauerkraut (The Human Comedy) by Charles Simmons, pp. 22-26
                                5. Under Viet Cong control by Sanche de Gramont, pp. 27-33
                                6. Julie Andrews: "Some day it will all be just wonderful" by Gene Smith, pp. 34-37
                                7. How the Duke of Windsor lost his throne by Lord Beaverbrook, pp. 38-53
                                8. The Eagles by Mark Rascovich, pp. 54-57
                                9. America America, pp. 58-69
                                10. Sabina and the herd by Louis Auchincloss, pp. 70-75
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 76-77
                                12. My Uncle Willie by Robin Maugham, pp. 78-81
                                13. Hazel, pp. 82-84
                                14. Arthur Goldberg: "I'm not discouraged" by Roger Kahn, pp. 85-89
                                15. Editorial, p. 90
                                16. Cover by Philippe Halsman
                              4. [+]
                                February 12, 1966 Issue = 15 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. We're unfair to draft-card burners (Speaking Out) by Richard E. Rubenstein, pp. 10-15
                                3. "We could stockpile birds" (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-21
                                4. Watch out for the wollypops (The Human Condition) by Will Stanton, pp. 22-24
                                5. The octopus in the state house by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 25-29
                                6. That new sound from Nashville by Charles Portis, pp. 30-38
                                7. How doctors heal the unborn by Alice Lake, pp. 39-43
                                8. Masquerade by Saul Maloff, pp. 44-49
                                9. The haunted battleground by Mark Rascovich, pp. 50-55
                                10. America America, pp. 56-67
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 68-81
                                12. Ralph Ginzburg: Is love, sweet love, a crime? by John Skow, pp. 82-86
                                13. Hazel, p. 87
                                14. The rich, full life of a bad guy by Myron Cope, pp. 88-91
                                15. Editorial, p. 92
                              5. [+]
                                February 26, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                2. The right-to-work fight misses the point (Speaking Out) by Congressman Robert P. Griffin, pp. 12-19
                                3. The Johnsonization of Washington (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-21
                                4. The winter of the small wildcats (The Human Comedy) by John Skow, pp. 22-24
                                5. Miami Beach: Swinging in the city of illusion by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 25-33
                                6. Who is Bourbaki? by John Kobler, pp. 34-35
                                7. Justice, the law and the lawyer by Martin Mayer, pp. 36-39
                                8. Fantastic voyage by Isaac Asimov, pp. 40-45
                                9. America America, pp. 46-63
                                10. The prodigal fool by Isaac Bashevis Singer, pp. 64-81
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 82-83
                                12. My father's wife by Frank O'Connor, pp. 84-87
                                13. Hazel, pp. 88-90
                                14. Peter Falk: "They kill you with silence" by W.C. Heinz, pp. 91-95
                                15. Editorials, p. 96
                                16. Cover by John Launois
                              6. [+]
                                March 12, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. I am a priest, I want to marry (Speaking Out) by Father Stephen Nash, pp. 10-13
                                3. Vietnam: How wrong was McNamara? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-17
                                4. Good-bye Sam Spade, hello Stephen Foster by Thomas Meehan, pp. 18-22
                                5. A long look back to creation by Max Gunther, pp. 23-25
                                6. Skiing the Rockies: The high-powdered life in the West by John Skow, pp. 26-31
                                7. Papa Hemingway (1st of 3 parts) by A.E. Hotchner, pp. 32-49
                                8. Today, a woman went mad in the supermarket by Hilma Wolitzer, pp. 50-55
                                9. Fantastic voyage (Conclusion) by Isaac Asimov, pp. 56-72
                                10. America America, pp. 73-77
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 78-79
                                12. Our greatest man by William Saroyan, pp. 80-82
                                13. Man with the golden touch by Spencer Klaw, pp. 83-89
                                14. Hazel, pp. 90-92
                                15. Bob Hope, the GI's best friend by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 93-97
                                16. Editorials, p. 98
                                17. Cover illustration by Fred Otnes
                              7. [+]
                                March 26, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. We must colonize Vietnam (Speaking Out) by Jim Morris, pp. 10-17
                                3. Battling Bobby Baker (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                                4. Ben Casey at the bat (The Human Comedy) by William K. Zinsser, pp. 20-22
                                5. Astrologers look at tomorrow today by Richard Armstrong, pp. 23-27
                                6. Russia at the crossroads by Robert Sherrod, pp. 28-33
                                7. The lost art of moonshine by William Price Fox, pp. 34-35
                                8. Papa Hemingway by A.E. Hotchner, pp. 36-83
                                9. The kangeroo lottery by Kenneth Lamott, pp. 84-93
                                10. The fugitive by Rhys Davies, pp. 94-95
                                11. America America, pp. 96-103
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 104-106
                                13. A last cigar for Red Auerbach's last hurrah? by Myron Cope, pp. 107-111
                                14. Hazel, pp. 112-113
                                15. TV madness by Bill Davidson, pp. 114-119
                                16. Editorials, p. 120
                                17. Cover design, photo by Naiad Einsel and Larry Fried
                            2. [+]
                              Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1966 = 6 Issues, 99 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                April 9, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. We must negotiate peace in Vietnam (Speaking Out) by Sen. J.W. Fulbright, pp. 10-15
                                3. Small war for a great power (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-19
                                4. No taxee, no shirtee (The Human Comedy) by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 20-22
                                5. Portrait of a Klansman by Stewart Alsop, pp. 23-27
                                6. Bing Crosby and his new movie by Bill Davidson, pp. 28-29
                                7. "Stagecoach" by Muriel Davidson and Janet Rale, pp. 30-33
                                8. Papa Hemingway (Conclusion) by A.E. Hotchner, pp. 34-51
                                9. The games that husbands play by Morton Fineman, pp. 52-55
                                10. America America, pp. 56-59
                                11. The wild horses by Kay Boyle, pp. 60-65
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 66-67
                                13. The 'highwaymen' come to Morristown by John Skow, pp. 68-77
                                14. Hazel, pp. 78-79
                                15. The unholy row over the tomb of Christ by David Holden, pp. 80-85
                                16. Editorials, p. 86
                                17. The cover photo by Philippe Halsman
                              2. [+]
                                April 23, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-13
                                2. The public schools are failing (Speaking Out) by Christopher Jencks, pp. 14-21
                                3. The loaded pistol (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 22-25
                                4. Ollie who? (The Human Comedy) by Richard Lemon, pp. 26-28
                                5. Our dying waters by John Bird, pp. 29-35
                                6. Robert F. Kennedy, the compulsive candidate by Andrew J. Glass, pp. 36-45
                                7. Sonny and Cher: They're what's happening, baby by Peter Bogdanovich, pp. 46-55
                                8. Afternoon waltz by John O'Hara, pp. 56-75
                                9. The secret journal of Waring Stohl by Louis Auchincloss, pp. 76-81
                                10. America America, pp. 82-87
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 88-89
                                12. The world's finest miler? by Edward Linn, pp. 90-94
                                13. Hazel, p. 95
                                14. Mr. Playboy of the western world by Calvin Tomkins, pp. 96-101
                                15. Editorials, p. 102
                                16. Cover photo by Jerry Schatzberg
                              3. [+]
                                May 7, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                2. Civilians shouldn't judge cops (Speaking Out) by Walter Arm, pp. 12-17
                                3. Uncle Sam's pound of flesh (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                                4. Who ate father's scarf? (The Human Comedy) by Charles Simmons, pp. 22-24
                                5. 'The face of the thousand clowns' by Harold H. Martin, pp. 25-29
                                6. The new Ruhr by Welles Hangen, pp. 30-37
                                7. 'How can I tell them there's nothing left?' by Joan Didion, pp. 38-49
                                8. The running foxes by Joyce Stranger, pp. 50-61
                                9. America America, pp. 62-75
                                10. The getaway by John Savage, pp. 76-77
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 78-79
                                12. 'Not the Dr. Spock!' by Robert K. Massie, pp. 80-87
                                13. The Thing that's going around by Bill Davidson, pp. 88-89
                                14. Hazel, pp. 90-92
                                15. Has TV (gasp!) gone batty? by John Skow, pp. 93-97
                                16. Editorials, p. 98
                                17. The cover photo by Philippe Halsman
                              4. [+]
                                May 21, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                2. Only fools laugh at their woes (Speaking Out) by Angus Wilson, pp. 12-19
                                3. 'Each man kills the thing he loves' (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-23
                                4. The short-order cocktail (The Human Comedy) by Ogden Nash, pp. 24-28
                                5. Robert McNamara: His business is war by Stewart Alsop, pp. 29-33
                                6. Lauren Bacall: She travels by roller coaster by Thomas Meehan, pp. 34-39
                                7. Drugs on the campus by Richard Goldstein, pp. 40-63
                                8. Funny man by John D. MacDonald, pp. 64-71
                                9. The vandal by Arthur Heinemann, pp. 72-77
                                10. America America, pp. 78-81
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 82-83
                                12. Jose Torres: The lost hero by Pete Hamill, pp. 84-100
                                13. Hazel, p. 101
                                14. Panic in Chicago's Mafia by Bill Davidson and Sandy Smith, pp. 102-105
                                15. Editorial, p. 106
                                16. Cover photo by Carl Fischer
                              5. [+]
                                June 4, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. We must reform the church (Speaking Out) by Rev. William H. DuBay, pp. 10-13
                                3. California: Of men and money (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                                4. Secret thoughts of a first lady (The Human Comedy) by Will Stanton, pp. 16-20
                                5. 'It's great to be alive' by Richard Armstrong, pp. 21-26
                                6. Why we can win in Vietnam by Joseph Alsop, pp. 27-31
                                7. Would you believe Don Adams? by Gene Smith, pp. 32-33
                                8. Drugs on the campus (Conclusion) by Richard Goldstein, pp. 34-45
                                9. Yostie by John O'Hara, pp. 46-61
                                10. America America, pp. 62-63
                                11. The little affair in Paris by Lawrence Durrell, pp. 64-71
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                                13. The last, triumphant ride of Johnny Longden by Al Stump, pp. 74-85
                                14. Hazel, pp. 86-88
                                15. Can Reagan win California? by James Phelan, pp. 89-93
                                16. Editorials, p. 94
                                17. Cover photo by Jack Fields
                              6. [+]
                                June 18, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Lettesr, pp. 4-9
                                2. Let's draft women too! (Speaking Out) by Caroline Bird, pp. 10-17
                                3. Mr. Dove and Mr. Hawk (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                                4. Life of a salesman (The Human Comedy) by Thomas Meehan, pp. 20-24
                                5. The rape of the land by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 25-29
                                6. The undeclared war in Guatemala by Robert Rogers and Ted Yates, pp. 30-33
                                7. I am a C.C. student---do not fold, bend or mutilate by Herbert Gold, pp. 34-53
                                8. Traveling light (Part 1) by Charles Portis, pp. 54-65
                                9. America America, pp. 66-77
                                10. Wolves in the attic by Daniel Martin Klein, pp. 78-79
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 80-81
                                12. The joys of falling through space by Jerry Irwin and Jack Zehrt, Photographers, pp. 82-93
                                13. Hazel, pp. 94-96
                                14. Durocher: "They ain't getting no maiden" by Roger Kahn, pp. 97-101
                                15. Editorials, pp. 102-104
                                16. Cover photo by Jerry Irwin
                            3. [+]
                              Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1966 = 7 Issues, 115 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                July 2, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. Negroes have a right to fight back (Speaking Out) by John Oliver Killens, pp. 10-17
                                3. Pity the poor President (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                                4. Daddy is a hippy (The Human Comedy) by Richard Lemon, pp. 22-24
                                5. New ways to kill pain by Max Gunther, pp. 25-27
                                6. Haunted by Joe Hyams, pp. 28-31
                                7. America and the Americans by John Steinbeck, pp. 32-47
                                8. Traveling light by Charles Portis, pp. 48-49
                                9. America America, pp. 50-75
                                10. Fire in the vineyards by Kay Boyle, pp. 76-81
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 82-83
                                12. Joe Toree: The last of the great catchers by Myron Cope, pp. 84-89
                                13. The hobbit-forming world of J.R.R. Tolkien by Henry Resnik, pp. 90-93
                                14. Hazel, pp. 94-96
                                15. The wacky spy caper by Barnard Law Collier, pp. 97-101
                                16. Editorial, pp. 102-104
                                17. Cover photos by Joern Gerdts, John Lewis Stage, and Shel Hershorn, ...
                              2. [+]
                                July 16, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. Why do they treat women like guinea pigs? (Speaking Out) by Elaine Kendall, pp. 10-17
                                3. The dangerous poor (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                                4. What's behind those U.N.F.O.'s (The Human Comedy) by Will Stanton, pp. 20-24
                                5. Kidnapped! by Peggy Ann Bradnick and John Bird, pp. 25-29
                                6. Apostle of the compost heap by Eleanor Perenyi, pp. 30-33
                                7. My son in Vietnam by Harold H. Martin, pp. 34-49
                                8. Hornblower during the crisis by C.S. Forester, pp. 50-53
                                9. America America, pp. 54-63
                                10. If you need me, let me know by Ray Conaway, pp. 64-71
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                                12. Thank you, Annette Funicello by Arthur Kopit, pp. 74-79
                                13. Hazel, pp. 80-82
                                14. The ugly mood of Watts by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 83-87
                                15. Editorial, pp. 88-90
                                16. Cover photo by Harvey Lloyd
                              3. [+]
                                July 30, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 6-11
                                2. Give drugs to addicts so we can be safe (Speaking Out) by Jonah J. Goldstein, pp. 12-15
                                3. Dr. Lyndon B. Fell (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                4. How the Vietnam problem was solved (The Human Comedy) by Russell Baker, pp. 18-20
                                5. The new nuns by Michael Novak, pp. 21-27
                                6. 'If I had to practice cannibalism...' by John Skow, pp. 28-31
                                7. Bob Dylan: 'Well, what have we here?' by Jules Siegel, pp. 32-39
                                8. Hornblower during the crisis (Part II) by C.S. Forester, pp. 40-47
                                9. America America, pp. 48-57
                                10. Incident on the tenth floor by Jeff Brown, pp. 58-63
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 64-73
                                12. Rhodesia's enduring rebellion by James Morris, pp. 74-76
                                13. Hazel, p. 77
                                14. Willie Mays: It's a long way to 714 by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 78-81
                                15. Editorials, pp. 82-84
                                16. Cover photo by Jerry Schatzberg
                              4. [+]
                                August 13, 1966 Issue = 15 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. McCarthyism is threatening us again (Speaking Out) by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., pp. 10-15
                                3. 'Smasheroo,' she said softly (The Human Comedy) by Bill Conklin, pp. 16-17
                                4. Can our cities be saved? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-27
                                5. Mississippi march: 'Nothing's too good for my daughter!' by Bill Davidson, pp. 28-35
                                6. Old-time baseball: The glory of their times by Lawrence S. Ritter, pp. 36-53
                                7. The jungle of lvoe by Sean O'Faolain, pp. 54-61
                                8. America America, pp. 62-63
                                9. Search for a future by Arthur Miller, pp. 64-71
                                10. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                                11. Britain's Rx for our drug addicts by John Kobler, pp. 74-77
                                12. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                                13. Marcello Mastroianni: The great undashing lover of our time by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 81-85
                                14. Editorials, pp. 86-88
                                15. Cover photograph by Matt Herron
                              5. [+]
                                August 27, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. Our prayers are meaningless (Speaking Out) by Rev. Malcolm Boyd, pp. 10-13
                                3. The Kennedy hurricane (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                                4. Plead insanity and skip three turns (The Human Comedy) by Normand Poirier, pp. 16-18
                                5. Can Nike X save us? by Bill Davidson, pp. 19-21
                                6. The monarchs of the Beatle empire by James Morris, pp. 22-27
                                7. The trials of Candy and Mel by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 28-45
                                8. The master of the hounds by Algis Budrys, pp. 46-53
                                9. America America, pp. 54-61
                                10. The gay hearts by George Bradshaw, pp. 62-67
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 68-69
                                12. Bay day ahead for the Army's greatest loser by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 70-73
                                13. Frank Robinson: Slide hard and carry a big stick by Bard Lindeman, pp. 74-75
                                14. Hazel, pp. 76-78
                                15. In the midst of life by Michael Shaara, pp. 79-83
                                16. Editorials, pp. 84-86
                                17. Cover photo by Bill Francis
                              6. [+]
                                September 10, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                2. Let the dying die (Speaking Out) by Paul Moor, pp. 12-17
                                3. Vietnam: great miscalculation? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                                4. My son the outfielder (The Human Comedy) by Marvin Kitman, pp. 20-22
                                5. California tax scandal: 'When I looked in those files, my eyes popped' by James Phelan, pp. 23-29
                                6. A dream as big as a mountain by Harry Jones, pp. 30-31
                                7. The trials of Candy and Mel (Conclusion) by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 32-49
                                8. The assassin (Part 1) by Derek Marlowe, pp. 50-53
                                9. America America, pp. 54-65
                                10. Rose white and rose red by Rona Jaffe, pp. 66-71
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                                12. Divorce clinic: 'Help me, I'm alone' by Bill Davidson, pp. 74-75
                                13. Mickey Mantle: troubled time for a wounded hero by Bil Gilbert, pp. 76-79
                                14. Hazel, pp. 80-81
                                15. The black man leading a G.O.P. march on Washington by John Skow, pp. 82-87
                                16. Editorial, pp. 88-90
                                17. Cover by Mitchell Hooks
                              7. [+]
                                September 24, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. I hate the suburbs (Speaking Out) by Jimmy Breslin, pp. 10-17
                                3. The south's revenge (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-19
                                4. Lady be good (And so will I) (The Human Comedy) by William Zinsser, pp. 20-22
                                5. The face of the President: 1966 by Stewart Alsop, pp. 23-25
                                6. Lyndon B. Johnson: the exercise of power (I) by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 26-29
                                7. The quints: now they are three by Suzanne Szasz, Photographer, pp. 30-35
                                8. The number one cat by Bruce Jay Friedman, pp. 36-43
                                9. The assassin (Part II) by Derek Marlowe, pp. 44-47
                                10. America America, pp. 48-59
                                11. The man who made his home in the Los Angeles International Airport by Jordan Crittenden, pp. 60-61
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 62-63
                                13. The pill that helps you remember by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 64-79
                                14. Hazel, pp. 80-82
                                15. Texas football: fierce, frantic, fabulous by Myron Cope, pp. 83-87
                                16. Editorials, pp. 88-90
                                17. Cover photo by Suzanne Szasz
                            4. [+]
                              Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1966 = 7 Issues, 122 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                October 8, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letter, pp. 4-13
                                2. We should legalize abortion (Speaking Out) by Dr. William B. Ober, pp. 14-23
                                3. How not to get shot at (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 24-28
                                4. When the great developer became extinct (The Human Comedy) by John Skow, pp. 29-30
                                5. Death in our air by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 31-35
                                6. "My Mother said I should give it a try" by William Kloman, pp. 36-41
                                7. Lyndon B. Johnson, The exercise of power by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 42-59
                                8. The assassin (Conclusion) by Derek Marlowe, pp. 60-61
                                9. America America, pp. 62-77
                                10. The fabulous fifty by Morton Grosser, pp. 78-95
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 96-99
                                12. Oskar Werner: "A very phony profession" by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 100-109
                                13. Hazel, pp. 110-111
                                14. Mickey Owen: "I've been living with it a long time" by W.C. Heinz, pp. 112-117
                                15. Editorials, pp. 118-120
                                16. Cover photo by John Launois
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                                October 22, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                2. Psst! I love America (Speaking Out) by James Morris, pp. 12-19
                                3. 'It's like running against God' (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-23
                                4. Build your own home atom-smasher (The Human Comedy) by John Slate, pp. 24-28
                                5. Auschwitz: The worst that ever happened by Sybille Bedford, pp. 29-33
                                6. A night on the wiggy scene by Thomas Meehan, pp. 34-39
                                7. Lyndon B. Johnson, The exercise of power by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 40-57
                                8. The Jama by John O'Hara, pp. 58-67
                                9. America America, pp. 68-71
                                10. The lion by Yevgeny Zamyatin, pp. 72-77
                                11. My father and the fighter by Tom Mayer, pp. 78-83
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 84-101
                                13. The return of Vladimir Horowitz by Abram Chasins, pp. 102-103
                                14. Hazel, pp. 104-107
                                15. They couldn't cut old Ollie. Could they? by Larry L. King, pp. 108-111
                                16. Editorial, pp. 112-114
                                17. Cover designed by George Giusti
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                                November 5, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. Colleges short-change their football players (Speaking Out) by Michael Shaara, pp. 10-15
                                3. Study in black and white (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                4. Getting Over Glenda (The Human Comedy) by Thomas Meehan, pp. 18-22
                                5. The high cost of everything by Bill Davidson, pp. 23-25
                                6. Percy vs. Douglas---the blighted campaign by Stewart Alsop, pp. 26-29
                                7. 'We rowed across the North Atlantic' by Capt. John Ridgway and James Alexander, pp. 30-47
                                8. A ticket on Skoronski by Nelson Algren, pp. 48-57
                                9. No medal for Sonny by Herbert Wilner, pp. 58-59
                                10. America America, pp. 60-63
                                11. Far above Cayuga's waters---g-chung, g-chung by Don Asher, pp. 64-73
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                                13. Out for a night at the local caldron by John Kobler, pp. 76-77
                                14. Hazel, pp. 78-79
                                15. F. Lee Bailey: Renegade in the courtroom by Edward Linn, pp. 80-93
                                16. Editorials, pp. 94-96
                                17. Cover photograph by Fred Kaplan
                              4. [+]
                                November 19, 1966 Issue = 18 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                2. You force kids to rebel (Speaking Out) by Steven Kelman, pp. 12-19
                                3. The mealy-mouthed campaign (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-21
                                4. Just because your sox are red (The Human Comedy) by Richard Lemon, pp. 22-24
                                5. The embattled crusader of Conway County by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 25-29
                                6. Children's letters to God, pp. 30-31
                                7. Surf, wheels & free souls by Jules Siegel, pp. 32-37
                                8. The Jews of silence by Elie Wiesel, pp. 38-53
                                9. The accident by Jesse Stuart, pp. 54-63
                                10. The Spanish suit by Warren Miller, pp. 64-69
                                11. America America, pp. 70-75
                                12. Post scripts, pp. 76-77
                                13. Crib deaths: Search for a mystery killer by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 78-83
                                14. Floyd Little: 'Half a glass of fresh blood on Saturday morning' by Myron Cope, pp. 84-93
                                15. Hazel, pp. 94-96
                                16. Mary Tyler Moore: From TV to Tiffany's in one wild leap by John Bowers, pp. 97-101
                                17. Editorial, pp. 102-104
                                18. Cover: Mary Tyler Moore by Philippe Halsman
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                                December 3, 1966 Issue = 17 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                2. The courts must curb culture (Speaking Out) by Tom Wolfe, pp. 10-15
                                3. Was John F. Kennedy a great man? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-21
                                4. The big rock-candy figgy-pudding pitfall (The Human Comedy) by Joan Didion, pp. 22-26
                                5. 'I escaped from a Red prison' by Lt. j.g. Dieter Dengler, pp. 27-33
                                6. 'After this party she'll be invited everywhere' by Beth Day, pp. 34-39
                                7. Man---through time's mists by John Pfeiffer, pp. 40-65
                                8. Girl on a dark road by Jonathan Pratt, pp. 66-73
                                9. The privileged class by George Bradshaw, pp. 74-78
                                10. America America, pp. 79-85
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 86-87
                                12. Richard Burton to Liz: 'I love thee not...' by Russell Braddon, pp. 88-91
                                13. Search for the invisible killer by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 92-95
                                14. Hazel, pp. 96-98
                                15. Joe Namath: 'Most beautiful thing in the world!' by John Skow, pp. 99-103
                                16. Editorial, pp. 104-106
                                17. Cover photographs by Paul Ronald
                              6. [+]
                                December 17, 1966 Issue = 16 Articles
                                1. Letters, pp. 4-7
                                2. We need more slumlords (Speaking Out) by Joseph Kahn, pp. 8-11
                                3. After Vietnam---abolish poverty? (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-13
                                4. A bold new trend in playthings (The Human Comedy) by David L. Goodrich, pp. 14-16
                                5. Are flying saucers real? by J. Allen Hynek, pp. 17-21
                                6. Hawaii: Taps at Pearl Harbor by Joan Didion, pp. 22-29
                                7. [+]
                                  Message in Billy Wilder's fortune cookie: 'Well, nobody's perfect...' by Richard Lemon, pp. 30-43 - 1 Review
                                  1. The Fortune Cookie (1966 Film) by Billy Wilder
                                8. The day Mussolini died in Santa Vittoria by Robert Crichton, pp. 44-55
                                9. The private people by John O'Hara, pp. 56-63
                                10. America America, pp. 64-73
                                11. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                                12. The thinking man's Cowboy by Edward Linn, pp. 76-81
                                13. Hazel, pp. 82-84
                                14. The case of the missing millionaire by James Phelan, pp. 85-91
                                15. Editorial, pp. 92-94
                                16. Cover illustration by Paul Calle
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                                December 31, 1966 Issue = 21 Articles
                                1. Love, your magic spell is everywhere, dammit (Speaking Out) by Russell Baker, pp. 8-11
                                2. Love and hate in the Mekong Delta (Affairs of State) by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-13
                                3. The Hooboy Advisor (The Human Comedy) by John Skow, pp. 14-18
                                4. The seven ages of love by Wayne Miller, Photographer, pp. 19-23
                                5. 'May I ask you a few questions about love?' by Sandford Brown, pp. 24-27
                                6. The American way of love by Robert Osborn, pp. 28-29
                                7. An information history of love, U.S.A. by Arthur Schlesinger Jr., pp. 30-39
                                8. Love was where they found it by Blake Hampton, pp. 40-41
                                9. Voices of love, pp. 42-43
                                10. Voyage to the stars by Sonya Dorman, pp. 44-49
                                11. Distress signals by Morton Fineman, pp. 50-53
                                12. America America, pp. 54-56
                                13. My heart belongs to (A),(B),(C),(D),(Other) by Ann Bayer, pp. 57-59
                                14. Post scripts, pp. 60-61
                                15. The ones who wait by Norman Rosten, pp. 62-65
                                16. Love runs in the family by Declan Haun, Photographer, pp. 66-69
                                17. On being the man of the house by Peter S. Beagle, pp. 70-71
                                18. Hazel, pp. 72-73
                                19. The merchants of Venus by Max Gunther, pp. 74-77
                                20. Editorial, p. 78
                                21. Cover photo by Dan Wynn
                          2. [+]
                            Issues of 1967 = 26 Issues, 448 Articles
                          3. [+]
                            Issues of the 1970s = 3 Years, 24 Issues, 731 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1974 = 9 Issues, 294 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1978 = 6 Issues, 199 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1979 = 9 Issues, 238 Articles
                                2. [+]
                                  Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 83 Issues, 2,039 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1980 = 8 Issues, 221 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 112 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1982 = 9 Issues, 235 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1983 = 9 Issues, 217 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1984 = 9 Issues, 213 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1985 = 9 Issues, 205 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1986 = 9 Issues, 227 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  Issues of 1987 = 9 Issues, 232 Articles
                                                  1. [+]
                                                    Issues of 1988 = 9 Issues, 210 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      Issues of 1989 = 8 Issues, 167 Articles
                                                    2. [+]
                                                      Issues of the 1990s = 8 Years, 48 Issues, 993 Articles
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        Issues of 1990 = 8 Issues, 173 Articles
                                                        1. [+]
                                                          Issues of 1991 = 7 Issues, 144 Articles
                                                          1. [+]
                                                            Issues of 1992 = 6 Issues, 129 Articles
                                                            1. [+]
                                                              Issues of 1993 = 6 Issues, 129 Articles
                                                              1. [+]
                                                                Issues of 1994 = 6 Issues, 117 Articles
                                                                1. [+]
                                                                  Issues of 1995 = 6 Issues, 128 Articles
                                                                  1. [+]
                                                                    Issues of 1996 = 6 Issues, 119 Articles
                                                                    1. [+]
                                                                      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 54 Articles