December 1977
New Republic;12/17/77, Vol. 177 Issue 25, p42
Presents information on religion, literature and politics. Sentiment of Yiddish poet Jacob Gladstein on religion; Review of the novel "Black Mischief," by Evelyn Waugh; Organization of an institutional membership in the Academy of the Overrated, which honors individuals and organizations whose reputations far exceed their virtues; Stewardship of secretary-general of the United Nations Kurt Waldheim.


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