Drunga, Mykolas J.; Johnson, Walter; Mellema, Wilbur; Becker, James L.; Belfrage, Cedric; Adler, Steve
April 1979
New Republic;4/14/79, Vol. 180 Issue 15, p3
Presents letters to the editor published in the April 14, 1979 issue of the periodical "The New Republic". Stanley Kauffman's review of Paul Schrader's motion picture "Hardcore"; Glenn Tinder's defense of the welfare state in the United States; Price paid by journalists for the publication of the periodical "National Guardian"; Decisiveness of Governor Adlai Stevenson; Kublai Khan as the grandson and not the son of Genghis Khan; Geoffrey Barraclough's review of John Kenneth Galbraith's book "The Nature of Mass Poverty".


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