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Sep 18, 1978
Vol. 10 No. 12
September 18, 1978
Allowed One Call in the Police Station? These Are the Criminal Lawyers to Dial
Governor Jim Thompson's Baby Comes Home to a New Old-Fashioned Nursery
Carter and His New Feminist Aide, Sarah Weddington, Agree to Disagree on Abortion
Everybody's Seeing Double at An Unconventional Convention in Kansas Kansas City City
Take Stephen Bishop—Please! He Calls Himself 'the Henny Youngman of Rock'
For Ex-Mayor Joe Alioto, It's Love, Honor and Campaign for New Wife Kathleen Sullivan
A 'Smart' Leg, a Thief-Proof Car, a Home TV Censor—What Will Computers Think of Next?
With Actress and Teacher Uta Hagen, Life Is a Feast—and the Recipe Is Often Hers
Psychiatrist Mary Giffin Describes the Danger Signals as An Epidemic of Teenage Suicides Sweeps the U.S.
A Little Help from His Friends in the Chic Hamptons Didn't Hurt Winston Groom's First Novel
After Years of Tears as a Child Actor, Bobs Watson Plays Vegas as a Methodist Minister
Ex-Presidential Adviser Bourne Breaks His Silence on the Fuss That Cost Him His Job
The Pre-Papal 'Letters' of John Paul Reviewed Everything from Charismatics to the Beatles
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