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Contents

Our man Mok with the marines
3
Michael Mok; d. 1988, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Press coverage)
Risky way to stabilize prices
4
Aluminum (Prices), Aluminum industry
Britain is right on Rhodesia
4
Commonwealth of Nations, Zimbabwe (Politics and government)
Life movie review
18
Renata Adler
Juliet of the spirits
18
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Fading dictator flails away, with clipped wings
41
Soekarno; 1901-1970
In they go to the reality of this war
50
Oscar PEATROSS, Lewis W. Walt; 1913-1989, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation, Campaigns and battles)
Doc Lucier, who fights his war with a tin washbasin
64
Josiah LUCIER, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Medical and sanitary affairs), United States (Armed Forces, Relations with civilians)
Problem of how to spend $3 million
75
National Council on the Arts
Dear President: I'm a sculptor and need help
76

Rebirth of an old romantic
22
Charles Henri Valentin Alkan; 1813-1888, Raymond Lewenthal; 1926-1988
Fiery throes of a dying cruise ship
28
Ships (Fires and fire prevention), Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc
Outward bound from Miami on a shabby ocean liner
30
David Nevin; 1927-.
This switch caused the big blackout
36
Electric circuit breakers, Electric power failures
Busiest fingers on the keys
89
John Browning; 1933-2003
Happiness is a bad liver
95
Health resorts, spas, etc, Liver (Diseases)
Babar pays us a visit at last
107
Jean de Brunhoff (French children's author and painter.); 1899-1937, Laurent de Brunhoff (French children's author and illustrator.); 1925-, Animals in literature, Children's literature
Ghostly power of old 44
111
Football players

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