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Education: Campus Concern

Who's afraid of the Bomb ? The vote may have meant that students at Brown University were anti-Bomb or, possibly, that they were pro-poison. By a tally of...

Behavior: Breaking the American Stereotypes

The people who help us, we're grateful to them, but I wish they wouldn't keep on telling us how sorry they are for us, how bad we have it. And I wish their eyes...

Books: A Listener's Comments

FAREWELL TO THE SOUTH by ROBERT COLES 408 pages. Atlantic-Little, Brown. $7.95. "Anything that comes out of the South," the late Flannery O'Connor once observed,...

Integration: What Happens to the Kids

On his record, Psychiatrist Robert Coles, 33, should be tending bothered Brahmins on Boston's Beacon Street. A graduate of Milton Academy and Harvard (magna),...

Looking to Its Roots

"Most ethics become important when the roof falls in." So said TV Producer Fred Friendly recently as he plunged into the making of a PBS series designed to...

Education: Prizes with No Strings Attached

The MacArthur Foundation tries a new philanthropic tactic It was as if The Millionaire were rerunning in life. "Congratulations," said the telephone caller from...

Books: Kitchen Matches in the Dark

THE MIDDLE AMERICANS by Robert Coles. Photographs by Jon Erikson. 181 pages. Atlantic-Little, Brown. $12.50 hardcover, $3.95 paperback. With such a title,...

Letters, Mar. 6, 1972

Solutions from the Heart Sir / Bravo to Psychiatrist Robert Coles [Feb. 14], who has discovered that the troubles of America can be identified by any social...

A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 14, 1972

AFTER being interviewed by TIME'S Ruth Mehrtens Galvin, the late author John P. Marquand likened her probing technique to psychoanalysis. The comparison was...

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