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National Affairs: Ambassadors?

To man the major U.S. embassies, John Kennedy will concentrate on the diplomatic pros¬óbut he is not unwilling to make a few political gestures. These were the...

Tobacco Takes A New Road

A stranger coming upon Tobaccoville, N.C., twelve miles north of Winston-Salem, might not be prepared for the sight. In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains...

Letters: Feb. 23, 1968

D'ye Ken? Sir: The Galbraith story [Feb. 16] is a brilliant analysis of truth and reality. In reading it, one is struck by the fact that our country produces...

Television: Aug. 28, 1964

Wednesday, August 26 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION (ABC, NBC and CBS, 7:30 p.m.¬óconclusion).* Continued coverage of the nominating, balloting and...

A Letter From The Publisher: Feb. 16, 1968

When Gerald Scarfe announced himself in the outer office of John Kenneth Galbraith at Harvard, the professor's secretary gasped: "Aren't you the artist who did...

The Presidency: Matter of Health

Shortly after the Indians invaded Goa three months ago, Jacqueline Kennedy postponed a scheduled trip to India; the illness of Father-in-Law Joseph P. Kennedy...

Letters: Feb. 21, 1964

Warren Investigation Sir: By devoting your cover [Feb. 14] to showing a picture of the wife of the man who assassinated our late President, you are glorifying...

Television: Sep. 4, 1964

Thursday, September 3 KRAFT SUSPENSE THEATER (NBC, 10-11 p.m.). Repeat of an excellent drama about four irresponsible college students who refuse to take the...

Letters, Dec. 22, 1958

China & Coexistence Sir: Your Dec. 1 cover story on Red China convinces me that cattle in the U.S. fare better than human beings in Red China. JULIUS R...

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