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August 19, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 33
A vision of American multiplicity
By Stuart Byron
One feels that de Tocqueville, or Frederick Jackson Turner, or Vernon Parrington would understand "BILLY JACK" far better than have the New York critic ... More >>
A real crime fighterIn the 1971 film Billy Jack, actor Tom Laughlin knocks around the bullies who prey on innocent victims.
In real life, it's the cops who are supposed to protect you from harm -- even though these days, we prefer that they use handcuffs rather than beat people to a pulp.
But ... More >>