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May 3, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 18
A dealer's old lady
by Elaine Louie
I was a dealer's old lady, as were many of my friends. We were part of the radical chic. We weren't gunmolls. On the contrary, we were middle-class women gone vaguely ... More >>
Hey, what's going on with the Chilean miners right now? Because you know this is all you're going to be talking about at that cocktail party/dinner at home/after-work drinks sesh with your buds. Be the one with the info that matters!
Talk about the least servicey kind of journalism, ever. Following in the wake of their crosstown rivals, the New York Daily News has gone ahead and had their reporters infiltrate a bunch of bars with fake IDs, and then expose them as the kinds of places young people can get into with fake IDs ... More >>
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How to Improve Your Personality,
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