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A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 29, 1975

"How do you do it?" a TIME subscriber recently wondered in a letter to the editors. He was referring to the fact that barely four days had elapsed between the...

The Press: Her Picture on the Cover

The morning after Sara Jane Moore's matronly visage first made the nation's front pages and television screens, House Minority Leader John Rhodes decided he...

A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 15, 1975

Assassinations, even unsuccessful attempts on the lives of American leaders, strike so swiftly and frighteningly that TIME correspondents, like other...

Nation: The Wayward Warehouse

Final verdict: no crime, much chaos in Carter finances very nickel and every peanut have been traced into and out of the warehouse, and no funds were...

A Letter From The Publisher, Oct. 6, 1975

The two recent attempts on the life of President Gerald Ford have sparked great national concern for his safety. They also raise significant questions about the...

RADICALS: CALIFORNIA'S UNDERGROUND

The two attempts on President Ford's life and the arrest of Patty Hearst with her revolutionary companions took place within a 100-mile radius of San...

VIOLENCE: THE GIRL WHO ALMOST KILLED FORD

There was about the incident a sense of chilling deja vu; only this time the President was not riding in a limousine. Instead, Gerald Ford was walking...

RADICALS: PATTY'S TWISTED JOURNEY

The evidence was fragmentary and scattered and painfully hard to gather, but slowly it accumulated—a red Volkswagen camper, a fingerprint discovered at a...

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