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JUNE/JULY 1958 CONTENTS: Page 01: AN ANGRY YOUNG MAGAZINE -- Page 02: EDITORIAL (continued from cover) -- Page 03: MARRIAGE MIXTURE IN THE MELTING POT by James E. Curry -- Page 04 -- Page 05: JEWISH ARYANISM IN ISRAEL -- Page 06: A CASE IN POINT -- Page 07: MODEST PROPOSALS by John Francis Putnam -- Page 08: YES, VIRGINIA, THERE IS A LOOPHOLE -- Page 09: SODOMY IN KILTS and IS HE A GOOD GUY OR A BAD GUY? OR, WHAT MAKES WYATT URP? -- Page 10: THE ROLE OF MYTH by Edward F. Edinger, M.D. -- Page 11 -- Page 12: HERESY ON TV - THE MAN WHO SAW GOD - and THE NATURAL LAW -- Page 13: WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS IS A GOOD NICKEL TICKLE by Harry Kursh -- Page 14: THE KNOWN SOLDIER -- Page 15: TABOO OR NOT TABOO by Arnold Bruce Levy -- Page 16: THE ADVERTISING CULTURE and AS THE REALIST SEES IT -- Page 17: LITTLE IRISH BASKETS: BUNDLES FOR BRITAIN -- Page 18: COLUMBIA MOVES TOWARD FREEDOM -- Page 19: MAN SOMEWHAT FREUD-HAPPY by Tom Pease -- Page 20: THE SAGE OF THE CRACKER BARREL by F.P. Wortman -- Page 21: INTERDENOMINATIONAL SNOOP-HOUNDS by William D. Yeager -- Page 22 -- Page 23: DIABOLIC DIALOGUES: JOHN FOSTER DULLES & BERTRAND RUSSELL and One Billion A.B. (After Bomb) by Judy Wolfe -- Page 24: THE END OF AN ERA and COUSIN DANNY WRITES -- Page 25: REALIST FIRST READER: SEE THE TIRED MAN... - A SUBVERSIVE CONSPIRACY - and INSIDE GAG -- Page 26: HOW TO PLAY WITCH-HUNTING by Samuel Elkin (The 'How To Play' Series) -- Page 27: A CRITIQUE OF PURE TREASON by George Gordon -- Page 28 -- Page 29: A MATTER OF SAFETY -- Page 30: LIQUOR AND LOBBIES and SURPLUS PROBLEM -- Page 31: OLD CATHOLICS NEVER DIE ... -- Back Cover: THE DISLOCATED HIPSTERS by Jack Krackerjack, as told to Stan Ross and Existentialist Nursery Rhymes by Nero Redwood


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