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Encounter [Fully Readable] -
38 Years, 424 Issues, 9,315 Articles, 41,008pp: October 1953 to September 1990

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Total Items = 18 
    A Conversation with Lukacs by George Urban, pp. 30-35 - PDF
    Encounter, October 1971
    A Conversation with Lucio Lombardo Radice by George Urban, pp. 8-13 - PDF
     "Communism with an Italian Face"
    Encounter, May 1977
    Conversation with Altiero Spinelli by George Urban, pp. 7-11 - PDF
    Encounter, January 1978
    A Conversation with Luigi Barzini by George Urban, pp. 7-24 - PDF
    Encounter, May 1978
    "The People Are Coming!" by George Urban, pp. 16-19 - PDF
     Confessions from Budapest
    Encounter, September 1985
    The Paradox of Truth-Telling by George Urban, pp. 31-33 - PDF
    Encounter, November 1989
    Religion & Ideology by George Urban and Daniel Bell, pp. 10-24 - PDF
     A Conversation with Daniel Bell
    Encounter, February 1983
    A Conversation with Milovan Djilas by George Urban, pp. 10-43 - PDF
    Encounter, December 1979
    Was Stalin Really a "Great Man"? by George Urban and Averell Harriman, pp. 20-40 - PDF
     A Conversation with Averell Harriman
    Encounter, November 1981
    A Conversation with George F. Kennan by George Urban and George Kennan, pp. 10-43 - PDF
     From Self-Containment
    Encounter, September 1976
    Portrait of a Dissenter as a Soviet Man by George Urban and Alexander Zinoviev, pp. 8-23 - PDF
    Encounter, April 1984
    A Dissenter as a Soviet Man (II) by George Urban and Alexander Zinoviev, pp. 30-37 - PDF
    Encounter, May 1984
    On the War of the Dictionaries by Laurence Urdang and R.W. Burchfield, pp. 90-92 - PDF
    Encounter, September 1977
    "To Plagiarise, Purloin, or Borrow" by Laurence Urdang and Robert Burchfield, pp. 71-73 - PDF
    Encounter, December 1984
    [+] Philosophical Differences (4 Reviews) by J.O. Urmson, pp. 92-93 - PDF
     An Introduction to Western Philosophy, by Antony Flew, ...

      Encounter, April 1971
      [+] Portraits (Review) by J.O. Urmson, p. 82 - PDF
       Russell and Moore, by A.J. Ayer

      1. Russell and Moore by A.J. Ayer
      Encounter, May 1971
        Goring the Bullfighter by Victor L. Urquidi,, pp. 23-26 - PDF
      Encounter, September 1965
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