Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Feb 16, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 6
February 16, 1976
William Kunstler Regrets the Furor, but Stands by His Belief That Jack Kennedy Was 'dangerous'
Steve Soliah, Patty Hearst's Lover, Awaits His Turn in the Courtroom
It's a Sort of Instant Replay of the Super Bowl—but What's That Bomb Under the Goodyear Blimp?
A Millionaire Puts His Money Where His Mouth Is
At 76, Gloria Swanson Has a New Crusade—and a New Mate to Go with It
A Nuclear Alchemist Transforms H2O into Energy
On Stage, She Has Many Partners but at Home, Suzanne Farrell's Star Is Husband Paul Mejia
Don Regan of Merrill Lynch Is Bullish About the Thundering Stock Market
The Snow Is White in Klosters, and Irwin Shaw's Books Are Certainly Read
When His College Goes Bankrupt, a Psychology Professor Starts Another in the Ashes
From the Berlin Wall to Siberia, Dean Reed of Colorado Is Communism's Tops in Pop
An American Drug Suspect in Mexico Escapes by Wheelchair
A Need for Doctors in Small Towns Inspires a Nun to Enter Medicine
Tom Snyder Sees Himself as NBC's Johnny on the Spot—but Is It Chancellor or Carson?
A Narc Who Infiltrated the Mafia Makes South Miami Proud of Its Police Force
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