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Contents

Scholar, traveler, orchidologist
3
John Hope Franklin (American historian.); 1915-
Classic use of the great office
4
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963, Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962, Presidents (Powers and duties)
Ladies: why not creative cussing?
12
Swearing, New words
On Fyodor it looked better
18
Authorship
Bullitt
28
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
This wind tunnel is for the birds
63
Vance A. TUCKER, Birds (Flight), Metabolism, Physiological equipment
Three kids making it with jazz
75
Craig HUNDLEY, Children as musicians, Rock music
Two faces of Hannsheinz Porst
79
Hannsheinz PORST, Communism and democracy, Espionage, Germany (West) (Foreign relations, Germany (East))
Evolution revolution in Arkansas
89
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Evolution
Bitter years of slavery
92
Slavery

In Kenya the word is harambee!
34
George Silk; 1916-., Athletes, Kenya
And now, getting together a Nixon administration
42
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994, Public officers
After 267 years of bachelorhood, Yale takes a bride
44
Yale University, Coeducation
In Cambodia
46
Prisoners of war (Cambodia)
Welcoming the new tenant
48
Presidents
Reappraising the Middle East
48
Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Middle East), United States (Foreign relations, Middle East)
Close-up: submariner rises to Annapolis
53
James Francis Calvert; 1920-., United States Naval Academy
Wars without victory still have to be fought
60
United States (Armed Forces, Education)
Intellectual argued with a founding father
94
Benjamin Banneker; 1731-1806
In pulpits Negroes found their first spokesmen
96
Richard Allen; 1760-1831, Black clergy
Nat Turner was a grim agent of revolt
98
Nat Turner; 1800?-1831, Slavery (Insurrections, etc)
Liberator Harriet Tubman helped run the Underground railroad
100
Harriet Tubman (American abolitionist.); 1820?-1913, Underground Railroad
For all Negroes, Frederick Douglass was their leader
102
Frederick Douglass; 1817?-1895, Abolitionists
Man who dared to enter paradise
123
Richard Schechner; 1934-., Audiences, Theater, Experimental
Putting the barnside inside
126
Houses (New York (State)), Houses, Remodeled, Vacation houses
Old stand-in becomes the star
133
Earl MORRALL, Football players

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