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Contents

Intellectuals' intellectual
3
Daniel Bell
Right to answer dissent
4
William C. Westmoreland (American general.), Freedom of speech, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975Protest movements
When city bites newspaper, that's news
4
Carter Glass (American senator.); 1858-1946, Lynchburg (Va.)Newspapers, Race discrimination
Stalin loved Lucy, the greatest spy of all
8
Harford Montgomery Hyde; 1907-.
Two for the road
16
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Barry works twice as hard because he thinks he was born two steps behind
54
Maynard Parker; 1940-1998
Out of slums into instant homes in forty-eight hours
57
Unit construction, New York (N.Y.) (Housing)
Trials of man from big business
60
Warren OBEY, United States Gypsum Co
Great food markets of the world
64
Markets, Street trades
Departed glory of Les Halles
82
Paris (France) (Markets)

Perils of planned prettiness
20
Express highways, Roadside improvement
Vehicular revolution
34
Local transit, Transportation
Taking off from downtown
36
Airports (Transportation)
Bitterest fight: new mass transit vs. more highways
39
Computer express roars past Fuji; French aerotrain
40
High speed trains
Mark of Zorthian
51
Barry ZORTHIAN, Americans (Vietnam)
Pro soccer's U.S. kickoff
91
Soccer
Nightmare lived again; filming Truman Capote's in cold blood at murder site
98
Motion picture production and direction, Motion pictures (Setting and scenery)
Oldest paintings in the Americas
107
Cave drawings and paintings, Indians of Mexico (Art)
Toward a communal society
112
Individual and society, Social change, United States (Civilization, Social conditions, Social policy)
Nureyev and Fonteyn
126
Rudolf Nureyev (Russian ballet dancer.); 1938-1993, Royal Ballet
Stormy idol catching up to his legend
131
Clive Barnes (British dance and drama critic.); 1927-

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