Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Mar 01, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 8
March 01, 1976
After Their Chilla in Manila, Belinda Ali Launches a New Career—Alone
For the Easygoing Arizona Rebel, Mo Udall, It's Do or Die Time in His Campaign
Anne Armstrong, a Yankee Doodle Dandy, Leaves Her Texas Ponies and Goes Off to London
Think Back to May 5, 1971—if You Were in Washington, Protesting the Vietnam War, Read On...
Gable's Back, and Clayburgh's Got Him: Jill Scores as the Ineffable Carole Lombard
Birth Is Anguish for the Baby, Dr. Leboyer Insists, and He Offers Some Radical Remedies
The Bishop Who Suggested Christ Was Gay Takes on the Concorde in His Newest Fight
Three Decades After He Almost Cooked His Cat, Charles Mount Is Still in the Kitchen
Yvonne Wanrow Shot and Killed, and Now Both Judges and Feminists Argue Her Case
The Puns Are Unavoidable: Dad's on the Bench, but Amherst Star Jim Rehnquist Rarely Is
Kirkpatrick Sale Says the New U.S. Power Game Is the Cowboys Vs. the Yankees
It's That Record You Turn Off When the Kids Are Listening: Donna Summer's 'Love to Love You Baby'
His Bootlegged Tapes Came First—then Pianist Lazar Berman Followed with a Smashing U.S. Debut
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