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October 27, 1951
Preview of the War We Do Not Want
, pp. 6-13 -
Principal Events of World War III
, pp. 14-16 -
The Unwanted War
, p. 17 -
The Third World War
by Robert E. Sherwood, p. 18 -
A-Bomb Mission to Moscow
by Edward R. Murrow, p. 19 -
Washington Under the Bomb
by Hal Boyle, pp. 20-21 -
How the War Was Fought
by Hanson W. Baldwin, pp. 22-28 -
I Saw Them Chute into the Urals
by Lowell Thomas, pp. 29-31 -
Freedom---At Long Last
by Arthur Koestler, pp. 32-33 -
We Worship God Again
by Oksana Kasenkina, p. 34 -
Women of Russia
by Marguerite Higgins, p. 35 -
Out of the Rubble---A New Russia
by Stuart Chase, p. 36 -
Free Men at Work
by Walter Reuther, p. 37 -
The Curtain Rises
by J.B. Priestley, p. 38 -
Start the Presses!
by Erwin Canham, p. 39 -
Walter Winchell in Moscow
, p. 39 -
Free Thoughts, Free Words
by Allan Nevins, p. 40 -
by Red Smith, p. 41 -
by Philip Wylie, pp. 42-43 -
Trouble at Tuaviti
by John Savage, pp. 44-45 -
by Kathryn Morgan-Ryan, pp. 46-82 -
by Senator Margaret Chase Smith, pp. 83-99 -
Miracle of American Production
by Dr. Harry Schwartz, pp. 100-117 -
by Howard Brodie, pp. 118-132 -
by Richard Deane Taylor, -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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