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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1950s = 5 Years, 218 Issues, 5,416 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1955 = 14 Issues, 370 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1956 = 51 Issues, 1,294 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1957 = 51 Issues, 1,234 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1958 = 50 Issues, 1,230 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1959 = 52 Issues, 1,288 Articles
            2. [+]
              Issues of the 1960s = 8 Years, 298 Issues, 5,573 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1960 = 43 Issues, 1,072 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1961 = 42 Issues, 919 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1962 = 46 Issues, 780 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1963 = 44 Issues, 725 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1964 = 45 Issues, 758 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1965 = 25 Issues, 421 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1966 = 27 Issues, 450 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1967 = 26 Issues, 448 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1967 = 6 Issues, 99 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  January 14, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. We need more censorship by Pamela Hansford Johnson, pp. 8-11
                                  2. The amazing Americans by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-15
                                  3. My slice of the real-estate pie by Marvin Kitman, pp. 16-18
                                  4. The Kennedy assassination by Richard J. Whalen, pp. 19-25
                                  5. Steve McQueen: A loser makes it big by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 26-29
                                  6. Israel: Land of unlimited impossibilities by Barbara Tuchman, pp. 30-41
                                  7. Farewell to the enchanted city by Joan Didion, pp. 62-68
                                  8. Can basketball survive Lew Alcindor? by Rex Lardner, pp. 70-73
                                  9. Farley the sailor by Robert Stone, pp. 42-51
                                  10. Among the quiet folks by John Moore, pp. 52-53
                                  11. Letters, pp. 4-7
                                  12. America America, pp. 54-59
                                  13. Post scripts, pp. 60-61
                                  14. Hazel, p. 69
                                  15. Editorials, pp. 74-76
                                  16. Cover illustration by Fred Otnes
                                2. [+]
                                  January 28, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Don't try to sell me your religion by Rabbi Howard Singer, pp. 10-15
                                  2. Vietnam: Whose war? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. This is to recommend, well...me by James R. De Foe, pp. 18-22
                                  4. The sex criminal: 'I don't know why I did it' by John Kobler, pp. 23-29
                                  5. Thirteen mad days and passionate nights loose in the Antilles by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 30-35
                                  6. To the love song---with love by Richard Rodgers, pp. 36-37
                                  7. It clicks, it hums---it's supercar! by Roy Bongartz, pp. 38-53
                                  8. The Monkees: When four nice boys go ape! by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 74-77
                                  9. Death in the la Drang Valley by Specialist 4/c Jack Smith, pp. 80-85
                                  10. Dare I weep, dare I mourn? by John Le Carre, pp. 54-59
                                  11. Thunderbolts in red, white, and blue by Robert Stone, pp. 62-71
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 60-61
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 72-73
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 78-79
                                  16. Editorial, pp. 86-88
                                  17. Cover photo by Jacques Lowe
                                3. [+]
                                  February 11, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. Don't believe what the liberals tell you by Barry Goldwater, pp. 10-13
                                  2. China---A smell of madness by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-19
                                  3. I can't give you anything but by William K. Zinsser, pp. 20-24
                                  4. The criminal and the law by Martin Mayer, pp. 25-27
                                  5. A plan of action by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, pp. 28-29
                                  6. Jackie Gleason: 'Anything I can't lick appeals to me' by Bill Davidson, pp. 30-37
                                  7. The last campaign of boxing's last angry man by W.C. Heinz, pp. 38-49
                                  8. The artist in pursuit of butterflies by Herbert Gold, pp. 81-85
                                  9. A new man by Philip Roth, pp. 50-51
                                  10. A kind of savage by James Baker Hall, pp. 60-67
                                  11. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  12. America America, pp. 52-59
                                  13. Post scripts, pp. 68-77
                                  14. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                                  15. Editorial, pp. 86-88
                                  16. Cover photo by Charles Moore
                                4. [+]
                                  February 25, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. I'm old and I'm glad of it by Jonathan Daniels, pp. 8-15
                                  2. The compleat politician by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-19
                                  3. Real girls ask for mint frappes by Will Stanton, pp. 20-26
                                  4. The Mafia: Shadow of evil on an island in the sun by Bill Davidson, pp. 27-37
                                  5. 'You can see that I'm not 20 years old' by Bernard Weinraub, pp. 38-41
                                  6. The murderers among us by Simon Wiesenthal, pp. 42-63
                                  7. Kids who conquer asthma by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 88-89
                                  8. Nixon for President in '68? by Jules Witcover, pp. 93-97
                                  9. The Gunboat and Madge by John O'Hara, pp. 64-67
                                  10. Pray for grace, poor little sinner by Julia O'Faolain, pp. 78-85
                                  11. Letter, pp. 4-7
                                  12. America America, pp. 68-77
                                  13. Post scripts, pp. 86-87
                                  14. Hazel, pp. 90-92
                                  15. Editorial, pp. 98-100
                                  16. Cover photo by Charles Moore
                                5. [+]
                                  March 11, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Children should learn about violence by Bruno Bettelheim, pp. 10-13
                                  2. Let the poor old Foreign Service alone by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                                  3. My life with the grape(nut) by Gael Greene, pp. 16-18
                                  4. Jackie Kennedy: A view from the crowd by Alan Levy, pp. 19-23
                                  5. Skiing bare-to-good, with some pain by John Skow, pp. 24-29
                                  6. The black pope by John Kobler, pp. 30-37
                                  7. The murderers among us by Simon Wiesenthal, pp. 38-53
                                  8. Rick Barry: The fastest gun in the West by Rudolph Wurlitzer, pp. 80-81
                                  9. The W.C.T.U.: Can the forces of virtue defeat John Barleycorn? by William Kloman, pp. 85-89
                                  10. Who is Harry Kellerman...? by Herb Gardner, pp. 54-69
                                  11. A big bloody cockbird by Jack Weeks, pp. 70-71
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 72-77
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 78-79
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 82-84
                                  16. Editorial, pp. 90-92
                                  17. Cover photo by Irv Steinberg
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                                  March 25, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. We overrate love by Wilfrid Sheed, pp. 10-17
                                  2. George Wallace for President? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                                  3. The portrait of a babe by Thomas Meehan, pp. 22-24
                                  4. Vietnam: The President's next big decision by Stewart Alsop, pp. 25-28
                                  5. Vietnam: 'Believe me, he can kill you' by Richard Armstrong, pp. 29-35
                                  6. The Mamas and the Papas: 'Just call us super group' by William Kloman, pp. 36-41
                                  7. Alf Landon: The Republicans' 'affable old radical' by Harold H. Martin, pp. 42-51
                                  8. The day they built Rome by John Slate, pp. 68-83
                                  9. The island that borrows its children by John Skow, pp. 87-91
                                  10. Stampede! by Robert Flynn, pp. 52-57
                                  11. A fine piece of machinery by Everett Greenbaum, pp. 62-65
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 58-61
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 66-67
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 84-86
                                  16. Editorials, pp. 92-94
                                  17. Cover photo by Dan Wynn
                              2. [+]
                                Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1967 = 6 Issues, 105 Articles
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                                  April 8, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Congress is hypocritical by Larry L. King, pp. 10-15
                                  2. Goldwater will have his say by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. I must go down to the beach again, must I? by John Skow, pp. 18-20
                                  4. Mutiny in the Birch Society by James Phelan, pp. 21-25
                                  5. Otto the terrible by Thomas Meehan, pp. 26-31
                                  6. Boyhood of a President by Dwight D. Eisenhower, pp. 32-47
                                  7. My son comes home from Vietnam by Harold H. Martin, pp. 76-77
                                  8. 'It was that damned book' by Bill Davidson, pp. 81-89
                                  9. The wishing tree by William Faulkner, pp. 48-59
                                  10. The diamond watch by Berkely Mather, pp. 64-71
                                  11. Dark ones by James Dickey, pp. 72-73
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 60-63
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 78-80
                                  16. Editorials, pp. 90-92
                                  17. Cover illustration by Austin Briggs
                                2. [+]
                                  April 22, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Vietnam costs more than you think by Sen. Vance Hartke, pp. 10-17
                                  2. ...But oh you kid! by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-23
                                  3. Is this any way to run an airline? by Richard Lemon, pp. 24-26
                                  4. 'You reckon they thought I was a nut?' by Marshall Frady, pp. 27-29
                                  5. Expo 67: The big blast up north by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 30-37
                                  6. Arrested by detectives Valesares and Sullivan---Charge: Murder by Bruce Jay Friedman, pp. 38-47
                                  7. 'Play it again, Sam'---and again by Wallace Markfield, pp. 72-87
                                  8. The battle of the redwoods by Robert Wernick, pp. 90-95
                                  9. Babe in the wilderness by Robert Flynn, pp. 48-49
                                  10. The garbage dump by Stanley Elkin, pp. 60-63
                                  11. The pinball machines by William Harrison, pp. 64-69
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 50-59
                                  14. post scripts, pp. 70-71
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 88-89
                                  16. Editorials, pp. 96-98
                                  17. Cover photo by Declan Haun
                                3. [+]
                                  May 6, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Our students have no Utopia by Buell G. Gallagher, pp. 8-13
                                  2. Our naive President by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                                  3. America: A nation in utter confusion by Thomas Meehan, pp. 16-20
                                  4. A plot to kill Kennedy? Rush to judgment in New Orleans by James Phelan, pp. 21-25
                                  5. Sharon Tate: 'Sexy little me' by John Bowers, pp. 26-31
                                  6. Strike! by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 32-69
                                  7. 'The infamous Mr. Bond' by Marshall Frady, pp. 94-97
                                  8. The golden touch by Don Parker, pp. 100-105
                                  9. The merchant of new desires by Stanley Elkin, pp. 70-77
                                  10. You can't buy people by Vera Randal White, pp. 78-81
                                  11. A lover's mask by Vance Bourjaily, pp. 84-91
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-7
                                  13. America America, pp. 82-83
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 92-93
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 98-99
                                  16. Editorial, pp. 106-108
                                  17. Cover illustration by Fred Otnes
                                4. [+]
                                  May 20, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. I'm glad the CIA is 'immoral' by Thomas W. Braden, pp. 10-15
                                  2. Fish are more interesting than politicians by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. Nab blonde, 8, as porridge thief by Dereck Williamson, pp. 18-20
                                  4. Medicare: Headache or cure-all? by Steven M. Spencer, pp. 21-25
                                  5. Adam Powell at the end of the world by Bruce Jay Friedman, pp. 26-29
                                  6. The revolt at Treblinka by Jean-Francois Steiner, pp. 34-61
                                  7. James Thurber, I love you by Elizabeth Cleland Acosta, pp. 88-90
                                  8. Enough is enough, Tom Edison by Anne Chamberlin, p. 91
                                  9. Michael Caine: Hot actor for a cool time by Charles McCarry, pp. 94-97
                                  10. Jack Driscoll's revenge by William Price Fox, pp. 30-33
                                  11. The woman who gave of hershelf by Ann Bayer, pp. 62-77
                                  12. Letter, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 78-83
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 84-87
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 92-93
                                  16. Editorials, pp. 98-100
                                  17. Cover photo by John Launois
                                5. [+]
                                  June 3, 1967 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Going home by Joan Didion, pp. 8-11
                                  2. What's wrong with being a snob? by V.S. Naipaul, pp. 12-19
                                  3. Bobby Kennedy's best chance by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-21
                                  4. Of human bondage by Thomas Meehan, pp. 22-26
                                  5. Can anyone beat LBJ? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 27-31
                                  6. New bathing suits, pp. 32-34
                                  7. Rikki cuts out by Ellen Willis, p. 35
                                  8. Stewart covers up by Phyllis Lee Levin, pp. 35-37
                                  9. The revolt at Treblinka by Jean-Francois Steiner, pp. 38-43
                                  10. Mario Andretti: Dueling with slingshots at 180 mph by John Skow, pp. 70-89
                                  11. The day I gave up the ghost by Joe Hyams, pp. 92-95
                                  12. Breed of giants by Joyce Stranger, pp. 44-57
                                  13. Letters, pp. 4-7
                                  14. America America, pp. 58-67
                                  15. Post scripts, pp. 68-69
                                  16. Hazel, pp. 90-91
                                  17. Editorials, pp. 96-98
                                  18. Cover photo by Ron Harris
                                6. [+]
                                  June 17, 1967 Issue = 19 Articles
                                  1. They want to tamper with the constitution by Sen. Joseph D. Tydings, pp. 10-15
                                  2. 'Neither will I again smite every thing living' by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. Love comes to the United States by Gordon Cotler, pp. 18-19
                                  4. Apollo 204 by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 20-22
                                  5. Is this plane a billion-dollar blunder? by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 23-25
                                  6. And now, for the consumer, Miss Betty Furness! by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 26-27
                                  7. The Amish: 'We want to be left alone' by John Bird, pp. 28-43
                                  8. Red Skelton: 'I'm nuts and I know it' by Bill Davidson, pp. 66-78
                                  9. The first 124 years are the hardest by Lin Root and Agnes Ash, pp. 79-84
                                  10. Why children commit suicide by Max Gunther, pp. 86-89
                                  11. The snails by Patricia Highsmith, pp. 44-47
                                  12. Madness in the family by William Saroyan, pp. 56-57
                                  13. The red dress by Fredelle Bruser Maynard, pp. 58-63
                                  14. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  15. America America, pp. 48-55
                                  16. Post scripts, pp. 64-65
                                  17. Hazel, p. 85
                                  18. Editorial, pp. 90-92
                                  19. Cover photo by Don Ornitz
                              3. [+]
                                Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1967 = 7 Issues, 117 Articles
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                                  July 1, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. The draft should be abolished by Sen. Mark O. Hatfield, pp. 12-15
                                  2. Our only real ally by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-19
                                  3. What happened when Albie Watkins got the bomb by Richard Lemon, pp. 20-23
                                  4. Rock of ages by Joan Didion, pp. 24-26
                                  5. Richard Speck: The mind of a murderer by Jack Altman and Marvin Ziporyn, M.D., pp. 27-31
                                  6. 'You should have been here an hour ago' by Phil Edwards, pp. 32-39
                                  7. Now that Reagan is governor, how's he doing? by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak, pp. 40-47
                                  8. Birth of a super-food by John Bird, pp. 62-66
                                  9. Who are you, Joan? by W.H. Manville, pp. 67-73
                                  10. Farewell to Hells Canyon by John Skow, pp. 76-83
                                  11. Good man, bad man by Jerome Weidman, pp. 48-49
                                  12. The night of the full moon by Madalynne R. Kurtz, pp. 54-59
                                  13. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                  14. America America, pp. 50-53
                                  15. Post scripts, pp. 60-61
                                  16. Hazel, pp. 74-75
                                  17. Editorials, p. 84
                                2. [+]
                                  July 15, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. Catholicism is right, so why change it? by Frederick Wilhelmsen, pp. 10-15
                                  2. Does the Washington press lie? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-19
                                  3. Halfway home by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 20-21
                                  4. Two for the money and nothing shows by Spencer Klaw, pp. 22-24
                                  5. The black immigrants by Ben H. Bagdikian, pp. 25-29
                                  6. Four marvelous wasy to eat outdoors by Roy Andries de Groot, pp. 30-37
                                  7. Richard Speck: The mind of a murderer by Jack Altman and Marvin Ziporyn, M.D., pp. 38-48
                                  8. Pop music: The most? Or just a mess? by Alfred G. Aronowitz, pp. 70-75
                                  9. The little leaguers by Roland Michaud, p. 49
                                  10. The girl who took risks by Theodore Taylor, pp. 50-55
                                  11. I'm in great shape by William Price Fox, pp. 56-57
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 58-61
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 62-67
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 68-69
                                  16. Editorial, p. 76
                                3. [+]
                                  July 29, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. We're winning in Vietnam by Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, pp. 6-13
                                  2. The jam we are in by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                                  3. Read it like it is, baby by Will Stanton, pp. 16-19
                                  4. The seacoast of despair by Joan Didion, pp. 20-26
                                  5. When children can't learn by John Bird, pp. 27-31
                                  6. Big dude drive in the Crazies by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 32-37
                                  7. Can Cleveland escape burning? by John Skow, pp. 38-49
                                  8. Letter from Cairo by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 62-65
                                  9. Juan Marichal: 'Always they want more, more, more' by Al Stump, pp. 68-73
                                  10. 'It is a joyous thing to be a Kirk Republican?' by Marshall Frady, pp. 75-79
                                  11. Sword cactus by John Moore, pp. 50-55
                                  12. The snooker shark by William Harrison, pp. 56-57
                                  13. Letters, pp. 4-5
                                  14. America America, pp. 58-61
                                  15. Post scripts, pp. 66-67
                                  16. Hazel, p. 74
                                  17. Editorial, p. 80
                                4. [+]
                                  August 12, 1967 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Tourist, stay home! by Walter Muir Whitehill, pp. 8-11
                                  2. The revival of Rockefeller by Stewart Alsop, pp. 12-13
                                  3. The father-by-himself cookbook by Richard Lemon, pp. 14-15
                                  4. 'The good, the true and the beautiful' by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 16-18
                                  5. The hidden evils of LSD by Bill Davidson, pp. 19-23
                                  6. 'Don't flood our Grand Canyon' by John Bird, pp. 24-29
                                  7. In the forest of fear by Edward R.F. Sheehan, pp. 30-41
                                  8. My name is Twiggy by Oriana Fallaci, pp. 60-62
                                  9. Diving for treasure in the pirate city by Harold H. Martin, pp. 63-68
                                  10. The battle for Jerusalem by Sanche de Gramont, pp. 70-75
                                  11. The witness by Alfred Gillespie, pp. 42-43
                                  12. The professionals by Charles Barsotti, pp. 52-53
                                  13. Fertility rite by Violet Weingarten, pp. 54-57
                                  14. Letters, pp. 4-7
                                  15. America America, pp. 44-51
                                  16. Post scripts, pp. 58-59
                                  17. Hazel, p. 69
                                  18. Editorial, p. 76
                                5. [+]
                                  August 26, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. We've lost the art of friendship by Hortense Calisher, pp. 10-13
                                  2. Almost all the generals are almost always wrong about all wars by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-17
                                  3. Caught in the act by Bill Conklin, pp. 18-19
                                  4. The Santa Ana by Joan Didion, pp. 20-22
                                  5. Robert F. Kennedy: At home with the heir apparent by Robert S. Bird, pp. 28-35
                                  6. The fall of Japan by William Craig, pp. 36-52
                                  7. Letter from Expo 67 by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 68-69
                                  8. Menopause: Is there a 'cure'? by Bill Davidson, pp. 70-71
                                  9. 'I hunted 20 years to find my father's killer' by Welby Lee and Bard Lindeman, pp. 74-79
                                  10. Dirty Story by Eric Ambler, pp. 23-27
                                  11. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  12. My kind of people, pp. 53-59
                                  13. America America, pp. 60-65
                                  14. Postscripts, pp. 66-67
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 72-73
                                  16. Editorial, p. 80
                                6. [+]
                                  September 9, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. I like to risk my life by A. Alvarez, pp. 10-13
                                  2. 'Mr. Genocide' by Stewart Alsop, pp. 14-15
                                  3. The love wave by Calvin Tomkins, pp. 16-17
                                  4. Shipping out by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 18-20
                                  5. What's wrong with our big-city schools by Martin Mayer, pp. 21-23
                                  6. The quints on a picnic by Ann Bayer, pp. 24-31
                                  7. A close look at Wildlife in America by Bil Gilbert, pp. 32-48
                                  8. Letter from Saigon by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 64-67
                                  9. Don't dig in on Gentleman Jim by William Craig, pp. 70-73
                                  10. Dirty Story by Eric Ambler, pp. 50-51
                                  11. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  12. My kind of people, p. 49
                                  13. America America, pp. 52-61
                                  14. Post scripts, pp. 62-63
                                  15. Hazel, pp. 68-69
                                  16. Editorial, p. 74
                                  17. Cover by John Launois
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                                  September 23, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. After the riots: Force won't settle anything by Ray Girardin, pp. 10-15
                                  2. Why Juanita enjoyed the riot by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. Mr. Judd and his snail by Ogden Nash, pp. 18-21
                                  4. The Howard Hughes underground by Joan Didion, pp. 22-24
                                  5. Hippies: Slouching towards Bethlehem by Joan Didion, pp. 25-31
                                  6. The brothers Smothers, Tom and Dick by George Fox, pp. 32-35
                                  7. The rescuer by Peter Maas, pp. 36-69
                                  8. Will Joe Frazier be the next champ? by Bruce Jay Friedman, pp. 97-101
                                  9. Dirty Story by Eric Ambler, pp. 70-77
                                  10. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  11. My kind of people, pp. 78-79
                                  12. America America, pp. 80-85
                                  13. Post scripts, pp. 86-93
                                  14. Hazel, pp. 94-96
                                  15. Editorial, p. 102
                                  16. Cover by Golsong
                              4. [+]
                                Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1967 = 7 Issues, 127 Articles
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                                  October 7, 1967 Issue = 19 Articles
                                  1. Congress needs reform by Charles L. Weltner, pp. 12-19
                                  2. 'Never glad confident morning again' by Stewart Alsop, pp. 20-21
                                  3. The Mother Goose Report by Jack Roche, pp. 22-23
                                  4. On the edge of extinction by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 24-26
                                  5. What our children read by Hillel Black, pp. 27-29
                                  6. Coming soon on TV: 'Every night at the movies' by Bill Davidson, pp. 30-33
                                  7. 'Fire! Fire! Flight deck aft!' by Trevor Armbrister, pp. 34-37
                                  8. The Yazoo years by Willie Morris, pp. 38-53
                                  9. Notre Dame: We're number one! by John Bowers, pp. 85-89
                                  10. A mother's warning by Frank O'Connor, pp. 54-59
                                  11. Barred by John O'Hara, pp. 60-63
                                  12. Three tales by William Saroyan, pp. 68-69
                                  13. Letters, pp. 4-11
                                  14. My kind of people, pp. 64-67
                                  15. America America, pp. 70-79
                                  16. Post scripts, pp. 80-81
                                  17. Hazel, pp. 82-84
                                  18. Editorial, p. 90
                                  19. Cover by John Launois
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                                  October 21, 1967 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Hunting is a dirty business by Bil Gilbert, pp. 10-17
                                  2. 'But if 25 trucks fanned out...' by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-21
                                  3. Why back in '68 by Goodman Ace, pp. 22-25
                                  4. California dreaming by Joan Didion, pp. 26-28
                                  5. The espionage establishment by David Wise and Thomas B. Ross, pp. 29-31
                                  6. Sophia, Sophia, Sophia by John Cheever, pp. 32-35
                                  7. The Supreme Court asks a question: Is it fair? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 42-49
                                  8. Aberfan disaster: 'Happiness ended last October' by Terry Coleman, pp. 91-95
                                  9. Kill three by Milton Shulman, pp. 50-57
                                  10. Confession by Fred McMorrow, pp. 72-73
                                  11. Mother Goose by Charles Addams, pp. 36-41
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 58-71
                                  14. My kind of people, pp. 74-79
                                  15. Post scripts, pp. 80-87
                                  16. Hazel, pp. 88-90
                                  17. Editorial, p. 96
                                3. [+]
                                  November 4, 1967 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. More people should be FAT by Lew Louderback, pp. 10-15
                                  2. Why is Congress so boring? by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. A Feasible flying machine? by Stan Dryer, pp. 18-21
                                  4. An Iron Snake selection by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 22-24
                                  5. Soviet Russia: 50 years of thunder by Richard Armstrong, pp. 25-49
                                  6. The espionage establishment by David Wise and Thomas B. Ross, pp. 50-61
                                  7. Meet Gloria Stavers by William Kloman, pp. 80-82
                                  8. 'Win one for Aunt Mary Margaret!' by Gerald Holland, pp. 84-87
                                  9. Kill three by Milton Shulman, pp. 62-65
                                  10. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  11. My kind of people, pp. 66-69
                                  12. America America, pp. 70-77
                                  13. Post scripts, pp. 78-79
                                  14. Hazel, p. 83
                                  15. Editorial, p. 88
                                  16. Cover by John Launois
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                                  November 18, 1967 Issue = 19 Articles
                                  1. The Government has the right to lie by Arthur Sylvester, pp. 10-15
                                  2. McNamara: The light that failed by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-21
                                  3. An antacid trip with the tweeny-hoppers by Roger Price, pp. 22-23
                                  4. Comrade Laski, C.P.U.S.A. (M.-L.) by Joan Didion, pp. 24-26
                                  5. The Mafia: How it bleeds New England by Bill Davidson, pp. 27-31
                                  6. The sudden stardom of Raquel Welch by Richard Warren Lewis, pp. 32-35
                                  7. Election, U.S.A. by Richard Lemon, pp. 36-55
                                  8. West Point: 'Well, Ma, I'm still here' by Harold H. Martin, p. 67
                                  9. The espionage establishment by David Wise and Thomas B. Ross, pp. 76-81
                                  10. Brodie of 49ers: Long live the king by Herbert Wilner, pp. 85-89
                                  11. The gangster by John O'Hara, pp. 56-63
                                  12. 'My adventures as an idealist' by Isaac Bashevis Singer, pp. 68-73
                                  13. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  14. America America, pp. 64-65
                                  15. My kind of people, p. 66
                                  16. Post scripts, pp. 74-75
                                  17. Hazel, pp. 82-84
                                  18. Editorial, p. 90
                                  19. Cover by David Attie
                                5. [+]
                                  December 2, 1967 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Local government is a farce by Franklin H. Ornstein, pp. 10-17
                                  2. Richard Nixon and the locked door by Stewart Alsop, pp. 18-20
                                  3. Please don't strike the teacher by Bill Breisky, pp. 21-23
                                  4. The hate hour by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 24-26
                                  5. The cross fire that killed President Kennedy by Josiah Thompson, pp. 27-31
                                  6. The paper caper by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 32-37
                                  7. George Romney: Battered but unbowed by Jules Witcover, pp. 38-57
                                  8. Greece: This winter of discontent by David Holden, pp. 80-81
                                  9. Why do you dream? by Max Gunther, pp. 84-87
                                  10. The shell game by Isabel Langis Cusack, pp. 58-61
                                  11. The rainmaker by William Humphrey, pp. 62-63
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 64-69
                                  14. My kind of people, pp. 70-77
                                  15. Post scripts, pp. 78-79
                                  16. Hazel, pp. 82-83
                                  17. Editorial, p. 88
                                  18. Cover by Ollie Atkins
                                6. [+]
                                  December 16, 1967 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Christmas doesn't mean much any more by James Kavanaugh, pp. 10-15
                                  2. '...the pity of it...' by Stewart Alsop, pp. 16-17
                                  3. Marrying the absurd by Joan Didion, pp. 18-20
                                  4. Journey to North Vietnam by David Schoenbrun, pp. 21-25
                                  5. A talk with Ho Chi Minh by William C. Baggs, pp. 26-27
                                  6. Lee Radziwill: Stay tuned for the princess by Terry Coleman, pp. 28-29
                                  7. The American scientist: Man or superman? by Max Gunther, pp. 30-55
                                  8. Dance wildly---Queen Mary's about to die by Anne Chamberlin, pp. 72-73
                                  9. Attorney General Clark: 'Wrong guy for the wrong post'? by Victor S. Navasky, pp. 74-76
                                  10. Pro tackle Olsen: The game without the ball by Roger Kahn, pp. 79-83
                                  11. The sheep killer by Alfred Gillespie, pp. 56-59
                                  12. Letters, pp. 4-9
                                  13. America America, pp. 60-63
                                  14. My kind of people, pp. 64-69
                                  15. Post scripts, pp. 70-71
                                  16. Hazel, pp. 77-78
                                  17. Editorial, p. 84
                                  18. Cover by John Launois
                                7. [+]
                                  December 30, 1967 Issue = 20 Articles
                                  1. God bless the rich by William F. Buckley, Jr., pp. 4-10
                                  2. When will the bubble burst? by Stewart Alsop, p. 11
                                  3. The rich have beards, and the poor walk droopy by Ann Bayer, pp. 12-13
                                  4. Texas poor by John Gregory Dunne, pp. 14-16
                                  5. Who owns America? by Richard J. Whalen, pp. 17-21
                                  6. Old money, new money by Lewis H. Lapham, pp. 22-23
                                  7. Two millionaires, east and west by John Launois, pp. 24-27
                                  8. The great gold rush by Richard Erdoes, pp. 28-29
                                  9. You got to be a hero by Robert Crichton, pp. 30-49
                                  10. Speaking of money by W.H. Manville, pp. 50-53
                                  11. Where money has more fun by Herbert Gold, pp. 64-67
                                  12. 'You've got to be optimistic in this business' by Sandford Brown, pp. 68-70
                                  13. How we feel about our money by Max Gunther, pp. 72-75
                                  14. The gamblers by Kenneth Lamott, pp. 54-55
                                  15. America America, pp. 56-57
                                  16. My kind of people, pp. 58-61
                                  17. Post scripts, pp. 62-63
                                  18. Hazel, p. 71
                                  19. Editorial, p. 76
                                  20. Cover by Robert Weber
                          2. [+]
                            Issues of the 1970s = 3 Years, 24 Issues, 731 Articles
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                              Issues of 1974 = 9 Issues, 294 Articles
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                                Issues of 1978 = 6 Issues, 199 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1979 = 9 Issues, 238 Articles
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                                  Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 83 Issues, 2,039 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1980 = 8 Issues, 221 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 112 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1982 = 9 Issues, 235 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1983 = 9 Issues, 217 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1984 = 9 Issues, 213 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1985 = 9 Issues, 205 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1986 = 9 Issues, 227 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1987 = 9 Issues, 232 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 1988 = 9 Issues, 210 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 1989 = 8 Issues, 167 Articles
                                                    2. [+]
                                                      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