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    The Silk of Thailand by Mary Cable, pp. 107-111
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1966
    [+] Challenging Friends (Review) by Henry J. Cadbury, p. 41 - PDF
     The Quakers, by John Sykes

    1. The Quakers by John Sykes
    The Saturday Review, March 5, 1960
    [+] Petty Horizons (Review) by Elizabeth Cade, p. 23 - PDF
     The Dignity of Night, by Klaus Roehler

    1. The Dignity of Night by Klaus Roehler
    The Saturday Review, June 3, 1961
    Marriage and Divorce
      Marriage As a Wretched Institution by Mervyn Cadwallader,, pp. 62-65
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1966
    The Burning by Jack Cady, pp. 53-57
     An Atlantic "First"
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1965
    Tale of Two Cities: A Sibling Rivalry
      Why San Franciscasns Don't Like Los Angeles by Herb Caen,, p. 72
    The Saturday Evening Post, November 3, 1962
    Diary by John Cage, pp. 52-68
     How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse)
    The Paris Review, Spring 1967
    Choosing Abundance by John Cage, pp. 9-17
    The North American Review (New), Fall 1969
    Things to Do by John Cage, pp. 12-16
     An Interview
    The North American Review (New), Winter 1969
    [+] Cancer Links in Chain Smoking (Review) by William G. Cahan, pp. 38-39 - PDF
     The Consumers Union Report on Smoking and the Publ..., by Ruth Brecher, Edward B...

    1. The Consumers Union Report on Smoking and the Public Interest by Ruth Brecher, Edward Brecher, Arthur Her...
    The Saturday Review, August 24, 1963
       [+] Review Steps, by Jerzy Kosinski --- by Daniel J. Cahill,, p. 78
    1. Steps by Jerzy Kosinski
    The North American Review (New), Summer 1969
       [+] Review Hue and Cry, by James Alan McPherson --- by Daniel J. Cahill,, p. 71
    1. Hue and Cry by James Alan McPherson
    The North American Review (New), Fall 1969
       [+] 3 Reviews The Dark Child, by Camara Laye, ... --- by Daniel J. Cahill,, pp. 67-68
      The North American Review (New), Winter 1969
      [+] A Multiplicity Inside a Mystique (Review) by James Cahill, p. 45 - PDF
       A History of Far Eastern Art, by Sherman E. Lee

      1. A History of Far Eastern Art by Sherman E. Lee
      The Saturday Review, December 12, 1964
      How to Destroy the Churches by Edmond Cahn, pp. 33-38
      The Harpers Monthly, November 1961
      The Parchment Barriers by Edmond Cahn, pp. 21-39
      The American Scholar, Winter 1963
      Sovereign Republic of Rough and Ready by J.P. Cahn, p. 129
      Coronet Magazine, March 1960
      Diplomatic Delicacies by Patricia Cahn, pp. 22-23
      The Saturday Evening Post, May 26, 1962
      The New Utah: Change Comes to Zion by Robert Cahn, pp. 32-33
      The Saturday Evening Post, April 1, 1961
      Can the Astronaut Come Back Alive? by Robert Cahn, pp. 34-35
      The Saturday Evening Post, April 15, 1961
      "Dear Mr. President..." by Robert Cahn, pp. 26-27
      The Saturday Evening Post, July 29, 1961
      The President's Guests Unwind Here by Robert Cahn and Patricia Cahn, pp. 19-21
      The Saturday Evening Post, September 17, 1960
      There's No Business Like Business by Norman L. Cahners, p. 72 - PDF
      The Saturday Review, January 9, 1965
      Alcoholics Anonymous: Cult or Cure? by Arthur H. Cain, pp. 48-52
      The Harpers Monthly, February 1963
      Alcoholics can be cured---despite A.A> (Speaking Out) by Dr. Arthur H. Cain, pp. 6-11
      The Saturday Evening Post, September 19, 1964
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