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The American Spectator
, May 1970 Issue
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This is the Way the World Ends
by George Nathan, p. 2 -
The Way We Were
by John R. Coyne, Jr., p. 3 -
How to Enlist the Free Market in Pollution Control
by John C. Meyer, p. 4 -
The Morons at Generation Gap
by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., p. 5 -
Battle Hymn on The New Republic
by Una Bursal, p. 6 -
by Dr. Ernest van den Haag, pp. 7-8 -
The Bitter Fruits of Socialism
by Lawrence D. Pratt, p. 9 -
Slave Island in the Caribbean
A Song to Thee, Oh Military
by D. Peyton McQuillen, p. 10 -
Let's Give Manifest Destiny a Chance
by John Kelley, pp. 11-12 -
Kelley on Books
by J.K., pp. 13-14 -
Roosevelt and World War II, by Robert A. Divine
Roosevelt and World War II
by Robert A. Divine
Brayings from the Left
by Assorted Jackasses, pp. 15-16 -
"Raising American Wages...by Raising American Wages"
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