NEWSWEEK September 28 1970 Sept 70 JORDAN HUSSEIN SPIRO AGNEW HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE
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ISSUE DATE: September 28, 1970; Vol LXXVII, No 13
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COVER: JORDAN's KING HUSSEIN. "Explosion in Jordan".
TOP OF THE WEEK:
CIVIL WAR IN JORDAN: Suddenly last week, as King Hussein mounted an all-out effort to crush the Palestinian commandos, the long-looming showdown in Jordan flared into the worst fighting in the Middle East since 1967. Early in the week, Senior Editor Arnaud de Borchgrave flew into Amman, and soon he and some 140 other correspondents were trapped under heavy fire. Correspondent Loren Jenkins was more fortunate; he slipped out to Beirut to continue his coverage. From his files and reports by Michael Elkins in Jerusalem and Henry L. Trewhitt and Lloyd Norman in Washington, General Editor Russell Watson analyzes the worsening situation in the Middle East (page 20), while Richard M. Smith describes the fighting in Jordan itself. (Newsweek cover photo by AP.).
MOSCOW'S DIPLOMATIC OFFENSIVE: For several years, the Soviet Union has been waging a remarkably effective campaign to expand its global influence, and the bulk of its gains has been made at the expense of the United States. Three Newsweek correspondents--Henry Trewhitt, Senior Editor Arnaud de Borchgrave and Jay Axelbank--present their views on what the Kremlin is up to.
COLLEGE FOR ALL--AND FOR A FEW: The nation's largest urban college system opened its doors last week to every high-school graduate desiring to enroll. With an on-scene report from Assistant Editor Phyllis Malamud, Education editor Jerrold K. Footlick assesses New York City's controversial new "open admissions" policy. An accompanying article looks at Hampshire College, a select new school in Massachusetts.
AGNEW ON THE ATTACK: His knack for reaching Middle America has made Vice President SPIRO I. AGNEW the Republican Party's pre-eminent off-year campaigner and its best fundraiser as well. Yet, even within the GOP, opinions conflict about the outspoken Vice President. To analyze Agnew's strategic new role, Washington correspondent Robert Shogan criss-crossed the country with the campaigning Veep. Hard on their heels, fellow bureauman Richard Stout retraced Agnew's trail, sampling opinion on his effect on the electorate. The story was written by Senior Editor Peter Goldman--who joined the Vice President's cavalcade for its Michigan stumping--and Is accompanied by a guide to Agnew's rhetoric.
Mideast strife--and a worried U.S..
Mr. Nixon shows the flag.
Spiro I. Agnew on the attack; and samples from his political lexicon.
Hubert Humphrey's comeback.
The flap over the campus-unrest study.
Bloodshed in a New Orleans ghetto.
Timothy Leary's latest trip.
Jordan in the grip of civil war (the cover).
Guerrillas set up "the first Arab soviets".
Hussein, Jordan's beleaguered King.
The Soviet Union's foreign-policy successes: three appraisals.
Britain says "no" to "Red Rudi" Dutschke.
The U.N.'s somber 25th anniversary.
THE WAR IN INDOCHINA: The "new" viet Cong peace proposals.
THE MEDIA: Milwaukee's gadfly cartoonist; France's thriving L'Express group; Rethinking the FCC's TV guidelines.
THE CITIES: Urban California--at a big quake's mercy; Mass transit: a shift in emphasis.
RELIGION: Debating the future of the Roman Catholic Church; Clergy and cops--a new buddy system.
BUSINESS AND FINANCE: The GM strike--how bitter will it be?.
Railroads: an endless labor crisis.
The economy--a "growth recession"?.
Black capitalism's long, bumpy road.
A black doctor's remedies for poverty.
Dr. Pepper hits the big time.
SPORTS: Baseball's rugged Eastern title race.
EDUCATION: New York City's college for all corners; Hampshire College--jewel in the rough.
MEDICINE: A computer control for the brain; Friendly viruses--a cure for disease?.
SCIENCE AND SPACE: Continents on the move; Progress toward power from fusion.
LIFE AND LEISURE: Cycling for cleaner air; Resurrecting ye olden days.
Clem Morgello--A Striking Viewpoint.
Milton Friedman--Inflation and Wages.
Stewart Alsop--The Secret of Spiro T. Agnew.
The Guggenheim's Picabia retrospective.
Adolf Hitler, architect.
"TORA! TORA! TORA!": remember Pearl Harbor.
"THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB": TV fare.
Three views of Vietnam.
Charles Lindbergh's wartime journals.
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