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You are reading Issue No. 17 - Featuring Refocusing on Hips and Squares and Robert Anton Wilson's "Letter to a Lady in Iowa" - May 1960

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MAY 1960 CONTENTS: Page 01: CORE AND SURFACE: REFOCUSING ON HIPS AND SQUARES by Lawrence Barth -- Page 02 -- Page 03: EDITOREALISMS - The Pro-Reality Neurosis - Footnote Type Things -- Page 04: NEGATIVE THINKING by Robert Anton Wilson "Letter to a Lady in Iowa" (on Caryl Chessman) -- Page 05 -- Page 06 -- Page 07: IMPOLITE INTERVIEW - Dr. Albert Ellis, Part Two (continued from Issue 16) -- Page 08 -- Centerfold Item: THE EASTER STORY -- Page 09 -- Page 10: CENSORS by Tom Pease -- Page 11: UNREALIST OF THE MONTH -- Page 12: EDITOR'S NOTE -- Page 13: THE TOLERANT PAGAN by Reginald Dunsany "Wisconsin's Primary Importance" -- Page 14 -- Page 15 -- Back Cover: MODEST PROPOSALS by John Francis Putnam


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