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Harpers Magazine: Bound Volumes January 1964 Through June 1964
Harper and Row, 1964. Articles include: Reducing the Hazards of Being Born; Fort Hood - Sparta Goes Suburban; An African Student in China; My Poetic Career in Vermont Politics; Columbia's Unorthodox Seminars; What is a Jew?; J.F.K. - Portrait of a President; What Psychiatry can and cannot do; Second Thoughts on the Religious Revival; Small Rebellion in Miami; Why Nobody Can't Write no good; Los Angeles' Cultural Curcus; A Draftee's Diary from the Mississippi Front; Harold Wilson's Britain; Arms and the Big Money Men; Attack on Poverty; The Uncompleted Man; The Strange Twilight of Harry Bridges; Every Artist needs a hard-boiled patron; Italy's Forgotten City; Crime and Punishment - special supplement; Oswald in Moscow; JFK's voyage of discovery; If I were a company President; New Jersey's search for identity; Give slum children a chance; The Jews in Germany Today; Aldous Huxley in California; A New Kind of National Election; The Quickening War against Viruses; The Scotch in Canada; Miami Notebook - Cassius Clay and Malcolm X; The Psychiatrist in the Looking Glass; A Negro Governor for Massachusetts; What's to Become of Architecture; Why Labor Lost the Intellectuals. Light wear. Binding tight. Few library markings.
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