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April 29, 1952
The China Lobby
VI---The Inner Circle
by Philip Horton, pp. 5-7 -
VII---The Smiling Counselor
by P.H., pp. 8-10 -
by P.H., pp. 11-13 -
IX---Korea and Beyond
by P.H., pp. 14-16 -
X---Our Asian Policy
by P.H., pp. 17-18 -
The Jammed Rudder
XI---The World of Alfred Kohlberg
by Charles Wertenbaker, pp. 19-22 -
by Max Ascoli, pp. 23-24 -
At Home & Abroad
The Candidate from Marly Forest
by Theodore H. White, pp. 25-26 -
The Likable Man with the Bad News
by Vance Johnson, pp. 27-29 -
Anti-Fascism on Trial
by Claire Sterling, pp. 30-33 -
The Professor's Ordeal
Views & Reviews
Colonel McCormick Reports from the Ritz
by Bernard S. Redmont, p. 34 -
by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., pp. 35-39 -
Or, 'Churchill Was Right'
The Struggle for Europe
by Chester Wilmot
Thirteen Acres of Toys
by Robert K. Bingham, pp. 40-42 -
by Dong Kingman, -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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