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Newsweek November 17 1975 Nov 75 President Gerald Ford Sahara Miniature Pets +++ For Sale
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November 17, 1975; Vol LXXXVI, No 20
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COVER: FORD'S BIG SHUFFLE: Last week, Newsweek broke the news of President Gerald Ford's big shake-up. This week, the same team of reporters-- Washington bureau chief Mel Elfin and correspondents Thomas M. DeFrank, Bruce van Voorst, Henry W. Hubbard, Hal Bruno, John J. Lindsay, Lloyd H. Norman, Anthony Marro and Evert Clark--interpret the President's under-pressure shuffle. In a fourteen-page special report directed by National Affairs editor Maynard Parker, Newsweek examines the effects of the shuffle on Ford's Presidency, assesses Vice President Nelson Rockefeller's withdrawal from the ticket, profiles the President's new men and reviews the impact on the nation's foreign policy and its already traumatized intelligence nt. (Cover photos by Wally McNamee--Newsweek, Fred Ward--Black Star, Doug Bruce--Camera 5, Mike Ginsburg, Yoichi Okamoto, George Tames--New York Times.).
PALACE REVOLT: Robert W. Sarnoff was his father's heir as chief executive officer of the giant RCA Corp., and he felt secure enough in the job to announce a top-command reorganization and then jet off on a five-week global jaunt. In his absence, years of unrest among RCA's directors rested in a classic palace revolt--and when he came chairman Sarnoff was handed his own resignation.
SAHARA! Waving red flags, green banners and government-issue Korans, 350,000 unarmed Moroccans invaded Spanish Sahara last week. Facing them were 16,500 Spanish troops behind a "dissuasion line" of barbed wire and land mines. Morocco's King Hassan was hoping that his "Green March" would persuade Spain to hand him the major share of the mineralrich colony without a struggle. The initial result, Malcolm MacPherson reported from the scene, was a stalemate, but the face-off could yet dissolve into bloodshed.
LILLIPUTIAN PETS: Two-foot-high horses, pint-size Sicilian donkeys and knee-high goats are bringing big prices and bigger raves from American pet owners. The Lilliputian pets graze in backyards, gambol in bedrooms and go easy on feed.
CHURCHLY WOES: The Anglican Church, once the aristocrat of religion, has fallen upon financial hard times. In an effort to woo back wayward parishioners, the Archbishop of Canterbury has begun waging an unprecedented media campaign urging Britons to return to old-fashioned values.
NATIONAL AFFAIRS: President Ford's big shuffle (the cover). Play-by-play behind the scenes. Rumsfeld's great leap upward. The impact on policy. Rockefeller's tactical retreat. Rise of two apprentices. Will Bush salve the CIA's wounds?. The '75 electlons mixed bag. A feminist setback on ERA. Squeaky Fromme in court. Patty Hearst: fit to be tried.
INTERNATIONAL: Morocco's bizarre Sahara invasion. Spain: Juan Cazlos takes charge. Indira Gandhi beats the rap. Angola: the bloody birth of a nation. Brazil: the Herzog "suicide". The Guatemala-Belize stalemate. Italy: death imitates art.
BUSINESS: RCA: the palace coup; The economy: three reasons to frown; Britain's big turnaround; The UMW's leadership split; A tailored-to-fit tax loophole; Return of the sleeper flight; Cheering news for wine drinkers.
RELIGION: Defending the beleaguered Anglican faith.
MEDICINE: The curious death of Maryjane DahI; Trouble for heart surgeon "Ted Terrific"; The Pill and breast cancer.
NEWS MEDIA: From here to obscenity.
LIFE/STYLE: The big boom in mini-animals.
TELEVISION: Morning shows: ABC tries again.
THE COLUMNISTS: My Turn: KirkpatrIck Sale; Meg Greenfleld; Pete Axthelm; MIlton Friedman.
"Kennedy's Children": a '60s howl.
"Jesse and the Bandit Queen": de-mythology.
MUSIC: Bob Dylan's new tour.
DANCE: Nijinsky as seen by Lincoln Kirstein.
"The Sunshine Boys": true bebvedness.
"Distant Thunder": beauty and disaster.
The letters of Virginia Woolf.
Isaac Bashevls Singer's "Passions".
"The Inspector's Opinion," by Malcolm Reybold.
Margaret Drabble's "The Realms of Gold".
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