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You are reading Issue No. 14 - Featuring An Impolite Interview with Alan Watts. Also: Euphemism of the Month - Dec 1959/Jan 1960

Issue No. 14 - Dec 1959 / Jan 1960 { Page 01 }
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DECEMBER/JANUARY 1960 CONTENTS: Page 01: AN IMPOLITE INTERVIEW WITH ALAN WATTS -- Page 02: SIR REALIST (letters) -- Page 03: EDITOREALISMS - The Two Faces of Jack Paar - Payola, Plugs and Politics - Fixed Philosophy -- Page 04: SIGNIFICANT THINGS OF 1959 -- Page 05: WHAT MAKES CRITICS HAPPY? -- Page 06: THE TOLERANT PAGAN by Reginald Dunsany -- Page 07: RUMOR OF THE MONTH - FANTASY OF THE MONTH - FLOP OF THE MONTH - FACE-LIFT OF THE MONTH and EUPHEMISM OF THE MONTH -- Page 08: FINKS JINX SPHINX with Alan Watts (Continued from Cover) -- Page 09: EDITOR'S NOTE -- Page 10: FOR THE LACK OF CASH MONK NEARLY IS ASH -- Page 11: CONTRIBUTIONS - NAVEL OPERATIONS - MUSIC OF OUR SPHERE -- Page 12: RELIGIOUS SOCIO-POLITICS AROUND THE WORLD -- Page 13 -- Page 14: DISTORTED VALUES; MERE CHILD'S PLAY and TO THE WHITE CITIZENS COUNCILS by (presumably) Robert Anton Wilson -- Page 15: TO LOVE, HONOR AND BEAT -- Back Cover: MODEST PROPOSALS by John Francis Putnam (A Catholic President, By All Means) and NEGATIVE THINKING by Robert Anton Wilson (The Morality of Head-Hunting)


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