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You are reading issue No. 133 - Including A RE-PRINTED INTERVEW WITH TERRY SOUTHERN and THE SEARCH FOR THE MANCHURIAN PRE-SCHOOLER - Spring, 1996
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SPRING 1996 CONTENTS: Page 01: AN INTERVIEW WITH TERRY SOUTHERN - COMIC STRIP CHARACTERS EARLY RETIREMENT HOME -- Page 02: COURT JESTER -- Page 03: TOY STORY -- THE SAME OLD STORY FOR THE DISABLED by Bill Bolt and GREAT MOMENTS IN COUNTERCULTURAL HISTORY -- Page 04: THE SEARCH FOR THE MANCHURIAN PRE-SCHOOLER by Alex Constantine -- Page 05: IRWIN COREY MEETS FIDEL CASTRO and ROBIN'S LAST RIGHTS by Dawna Kaufmann -- Page 06 -- Page 07 -- Back Cover: MEDIA FREAK: TRUE OR FALSE? - NEWS MANAGEMENT NEWS - THE MOUSE THAT SOARED - FOWL PLAY IN THE COURTROOM - A GOOD CIGAR by Matt Neuman - LEARY UPDATES HEALTH ON INTERNET - FILLER ITEMS

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