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by Pablo Neruda, pp. 3-8 -
Letter from Cranbury
by James Morris, pp. 9-12 -
by Gore Vidal, pp. 13-23 -
by "R.", pp. 24-26 -
Men & Ideas
The Spectator as Actor
by Peter Gay, pp. 27-34 -
by Eric Rhode, pp. 35-38 -
Like a Stone
by Daniel Huws, p. 39 -
The Men with Long Eyes
by Gordon Rattray Taylor, pp. 40-49 -
by Jeffrey Hamm, pp. 50-51 -
Notes & Topics
Is Pornography a Cause of Crime?
by Ernest van den Haag, pp. 52-55 -
Crisis in the Welfare State
by Arthur Seldon, pp. 56-64 -
The Flickering lamp
by Louis J. Halle, pp. 65-72 -
Two Questions about Viet Nam
by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 73-78 -
Authors Take Sides on Vietnam, by Cecil Woolf, John Bagguley
Authors Take Sides on Vietnam
by Cecil Woolf and John Bagguley
The Steinerian Agony
by Anthony Burgess, pp. 79-82 -
Language and Silence, by George Steiner
Language and Silence
by George Steiner
Teilhard & Tillich
by Maurice Cranston, pp. 83-85 -
The Religion of Teilhard de Chardin, by Henri de Lubac, ...
by Ronald Hayman, pp. 86-91 -
The Colossus and Other Poems, by Sylvia Plath
The Colossus and Other Poems
by Sylvia Plath
, pp. 92-95 -
, pp. 96-98 -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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