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September 1978
New Republic;9/9/78, Vol. 179 Issue 11, p28
Book Review
Reviews books about various topics. "The Amendment That Refused to Die," by Howard N. Meyers; "Wings," by Robert J. Serling; "Six of One," by Rita Mae Brown; "Private Lives of Public Servants," by Kenneth Lasson; "The Million Dollar Lawyers," by Joseph Goulden; "The House of God," by Samuel Shen.


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