Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,149 covers and 54,342 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
May 23, 1977
Vol. 7 No. 20
May 23, 1977
A Confederate Yankee Named Jimmy Carter Takes Queen Liz's England by Storm
When the Shout 'Wild Well!' Is Heard in the Oil Fields, Red Adair Puts a Lid on the Crisis
A Topless 'American Gothic'? Not If Grant Wood's Sister Can Stop It
The Doctor in Ali's Corner Says the Champion Should Quit While He's Ahead
The New King of the Hill in Business, Says a Psychologist, Is the 'Gamesman'
Rewriting Mother Goose, or Get Your Own Curds and Whey, You Hairy Creep
Aye, Aye, Mother Burke: After 201 Years, the Navy Gives a Seagoing Command to a Woman
Leonard Woodcock Is Leaving the U.A.W., and the Fortune Cookies Say He's Bound for Peking
Electricity, Wind and Manure Isn't a Rock Group; They're Ways to Beat the Gas Guzzlers
The Eldest Daughter Remembers When Filmland's Golden Family, the Haywards, Went Haywire
Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara Had to Break Out of Their Act to Keep It Together
Billy Martin Could Be One of the Great Yankee Managers—if He Can Keep His Temper and His Job
It's Geriatric Glitter! in St. Louis An 83-year-old Reigns as 'Disco Granny'
Kojak May Be the King of Knob Hill, but Which of the Above Is Telly Savalas?
Esther Jungreis, 'the Jewish Billy Graham,' Is a Crusader Who Doesn't Want Converts
The Allman Band Is Gone but for Southern Boogie the Best Betts Is Still Dickey
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