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The American Spectator
, May 1974 Issue
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The Continuing Crisis
, pp. 2-3 -
by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., p. 4 -
Should Oil Be Profitable?
by Alan Reynolds, pp. 5-6 -
The Hypocrisy of Absolute Privilege
by Eugene H. Methvin, pp. 7-8 -
The Nation's Pulse
by Frederic Nelson, p. 9 -
A Theory of Justice, by John Rawls
--- by Marc F. Plattner,, pp. 10-11 -
A Theory of Justice
by John Rawls
The Business of America
by Richard S. Wheeler, p. 12 -
The Art of the Speechwriter
by William F. Gavin, p. 13 -
by Paul P. Somers, Jr., p. 14 -
A Theory of Justice
Letter from a Whig
by C. Bascom Slemp, p. 15 -
by Stephen R. Maloney, p. 16 -
A Revisionist View
John Foster Dulles: A Statesman and his Times, by Michael A. Guhin, ...
--- by Thomas H. Etzold,, pp. 17-19 -
Myself When Young, by Arthur Krock
--- by John Chamberlain,, p. 20 -
Myself When Young
by Arthur Krock
The Great American Saloon Series
by James Grant, p. 21 -
Burr, by Gore Vidal
--- by Patricia Coyne,, pp. 22-23 -
by Gore Vidal
The Public Policy
by Peter J. Rusthoven, p. 24 -
The Counterfeiters, by Hugh Kenner
--- by Neil Howe,, p. 25 -
by Hugh Kenner
by Benjamin Stein, pp. 26-27 -
The Last Detail, by Hal Ashby
The Last Detail
by Hal Ashby
The Bootblack Stand
by George Washington Plunkitt, p. 28 -
by David Brudnoy, p. 28 -
Billy Two Hats, by Ted Kotcheff
Billy Two Hats
by Ted Kotcheff
by Assorted Jackasses, p. 29 -
, pp. 30-32 -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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