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Issue Date: September 23, 1967; Vol L, No 38
IN THIS ISSUE:
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COVER: CALIFORNIA: The Nation within a Nation; SR photo by N. C.
A Special Section on CALIFORNIA -- its people, its culture, its problems, its promise:
California: The Nation Within a Nation,by Neil Morgan,The history, personality, and resources of anempire.
California Character: Memoirs of a Recent Migrant,by Herbert Brucker,A Connecticut transplant views his adopted home.
Politics in the Palmlands, by Horace Sutton:
1. Ronald Reagan, Lancelot Out of the West.
2. Jesse Unruh: The Scholar as Ringmaster.
3. George Murphy: The Old Soft Shoe.
4. Thomas Kuchel: The Middleman.
5. Samuel Yorty: Maverick Angel.
A reporter-at-large inside the political tent.
California: The Experimental Society. An Editorial,by Wallace Stegner. The complex components of "Innovationville."
THE ARTS: Creators in a Creative Society,by Henri Temianka,Los Angeles's wartime "exiles"; its culture today.
LITERATURE: Penmen of the Golden West:
1. Heritage of the Frontier,by John K. Hutchens.
2. Renaissance by the Bay,by Kenneth Rexroth.
The literati's imprint on two eras.
PHOTOGRAPHY: California Exposed,by Margaret Weiss,The eloquent landscapes of a master.
ART: The Explosion That Never Went Boom,by William Wilson,A "ralid alternative" to the New York influence?.
EDUCATION: The Golden Age, the Gathering Gloom,By Peter Schrag,The "last frontier," the unresolved drama.
RESEARCH: Science and the Peace Adventure,by John Lear,New directions for defense planners?.
The Brain Banks, by Julius Duscha,The tnentaliti, and monasticism of the thinktanks.
CONSERVATION: Beating Back the Bulldozers,by Harold Gilliam,Out of despoiiation, a promising new restraint?.
MOVIES: The Eucalyptic Dream, by Arthur Knight,Hollywood 1967: In or out of focus?.
PLANNING: The Making of a City, by Myron Roberts,A total concept for the metropolis.
THE PRESS: New Winds in the South, New Splashin the North, by William L. Rivers,The Chronicle; the Times; the paradox.
THEATER: La Jolla's Hourglass Stage,by Henry Hewes,A new shape of theater.
Competitive, Cooperative, and Communal,by Irving Kolodin,SR's recordings editor on the "states of music.
Inertia and Enterprise in San Francisco,by Alan Rich,Splendor and shortcomings in the Bay area.
How Goes the New Music? by Leonard Stein,What place for the contemporary by the sea?.
The Many-Splendored Sound of Los Angeles,by Raymond Kendall,The newest bumper crop: symphony orchestras.
DANCE: The Orange Grove Gavotte,by Walter Terry,The surprising richness of Golden State ballet.
SR: BOOKS REVIEWED:
Literary Horizons: Granville Hicksreviews "Killing Time," by ThomasBerger.
"From the Ashes: Voices of Watts,"edited by Budd Schulberg.
Dateline Watts: From the Ashes, aSolution, by Allan Nevins.
"Rousseau and Revolution," by Willand Ariel Durant.
"Tattoo the Wicked Cross," by FloydSalas.
Check List of the Week's New Books.
Phoenix Nest: Martin Levin.
Top of My Head: Goodman Ace.
State of Affairs: Henry Brandon.
Trade Winds: Herbert B. Mayes.
Letters to the Editor.
Wit Twister No. 26.
TV and Radio: Robert Lewis Shayon.
SR Goes to the Movies: Hollis Alpert.
Kingsley Double-Crostic No. 1746.
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