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by Ted Walker, pp. 3-7 -
Pilgrims on the Run
by Paul Hollander, pp. 8-21 -
Britain and America (III)
by Michael Charlton, pp. 22-32 -
The Channel Crossing
by Will Vaughan, p. 33 -
by Tadeusz Rozewicz, pp. 34-35 -
by "M.", pp. 36-38 -
Notes & Topics
by Edward Pearce, pp. 39-41 -
Romaine Gary's Double
by Francois Bondy, p. 42 -
Letter from Kenya
by Gunter Krabbe, pp. 43-45 -
Can England Love a Coalition?
by George Watson, pp. 46-49 -
Special Book Section: Philosophy & Psychology
Facts & Values
by Mary Midgley, pp. 50-55 -
Freud, Marx, and Morals, by Hugo Anthony Meynell, ...
Putting Psychiatry in Its Place
by Neil Warren, pp. 56-62 -
Trial by Medicine, by Roger Smith, ...
Regions of Philosophy
by Antony Flew, pp. 63-68 -
Reduction, Time and Reality, by Richard Healey, ...
Freudians & Others
by Martin Bax, pp. 69-72 -
The Technique of Child Psychoanalysis, by Joseph Sandler, Hansi Kennedy, Robert ...
by Tony Flynn, p. 73 -
Points of the Compass
by Francois Fejto, pp. 74-81 -
by Douglas Dunn, p. 82 -
Discussion: The Brandt Report
Towards a New Disorder
by Kenneth Minogue, p. 83 -
Reply to Edward Heath
by Elie Kedourie, p. 84 -
Letter from Yugoslavia
by Nora Beloff, pp. 85-89 -
On the Contrary
by Peter Bauer and Basil Yamey, p. 90 -
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Life & Letters
, pp. 97-98 -
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