New Yorker Magazine 1965 December 11 Charles Martin Henry Moore Student Protests
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Cover: Charles E Martin
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Further Tales About Men and Women ........................... William Maxwell
The Nest Builder .................. V.S. Pritchett
The Companion of St. Michael and St. George .............. Ved Mehta
PROFILE OF Henry Moore, the English sculptor. He was born in Castleford, a coal-mining town a few miles outside Leeds.
Letter From Paris: Until the weekend of Nov. 27-28, it was not thought that the five other candidates for the Presidency of de Gaulle's Fifth Republic could impede him from coming in with a majority of about 60% of the votes. His total is now calculated at 51% which would be safe, but humiliating. At 50% he would have to submit to a runoff with his nearest rival. His leading rival, in personality, is a pleasing young moderate politician Jean Lecanuet.
REPORTER AT LARGE about student protest movements & the demonstration on November. 27, in Washington, by students and other groups, urging that the U.S. get out of Vietnam.
Letter From London; At the moment the news for which everybody is waiting is the Prime Minister's expected announcement of the dispatch of troops to Zambia, which, when it comes, will certainly add to the worried national debate on Rhodesia now rumbling through the country. SHIPPING & PAYMENT: International Buyers Please Note:
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