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October 18, 1952
48 States of Mind
by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9 -
And Now We Take You---
by Parke Cummings, pp. 10-11 -
...a la Mud
, pp. 12-14 -
What Those I Counsel Don't Know About Sex
by Margaret Blair Johnstone, pp. 15-16 -
Fair Today, December Cloudy
by A.W. Martinez, pp. 17-19 -
The Merry Microwave
by Hannibal Coons, pp. 20-21 -
by Matt Bryant, pp. 22-25 -
(The Short Short Story)
The Master and Master Leahy
, pp. 26-27 -
Collier's Color Camera
by F.M. Barratt and Jack Finney, pp. 28-33 -
by Evelyn Harvey, pp. 34-39 -
Please Wait for Me
by Michael Foster, pp. 40-47 -
Cartoonists Play Hamlet
, pp. 48-51 -
Man on the Moon
by Dr. Wernher von Braun,, pp. 52-55 -
Inside the Moon Ship
by Willy Ley,, pp. 56-61 -
Do You Have a Colorful Personality?
, pp. 62-71 -
Theiry Money's Worth
by Robert Molloy, pp. 72-81 -
Why It Pays Off to Hate America
by Seymour Freidin and William Richardson, pp. 82-85 -
, pp. 86-88 -
by Chesley Bonestell, -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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