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JULY-AUGUST 1960 CONTENTS: Page 01: SPEAK OUT AND GET FIRED - HENRY MORGAN - LEO F. KOCH -- Page 02 -- Page 03: EDITOREALISMS - Pride, Civil Defense and High Heels - Was the Madonna Cutting Onions? - Footnote Type Things -- Page 04: SIR REALIST (letters) -- Page 05 -- Page 06 -- Page 07: NEGATIVE THINKING by Robert Anton Wilson: Ezra Pound at Seventy-Five -- Page 08 -- Page 09: TOKYO WAS NEVER LIKE THIS -- Page 10 -- Page 11 -- Page 12 -- Page 13 -- Page 14 -- Page 15: ACADEMY AWARDS ANONYMOUS -- Page 16 -- Page 17 -- Page 18: THE TOLERANT PAGAN by Reginald Dunsany -- Page 19: OF KOSHER GREEN CHEESE -- Page 20: CORE AND SURFACE by Lawrence Barth: What Wilhelm Reich Did and Didn't Do -- Page 21: A STATEMENT OF CONCURRING OPINION by Dr. Mason Rose -- Page 22: DR. ELLIS REPLIES TO BARTH AND ROSE -- Page 23: REALIST RUMORS OF THE MONTH -- Back Cover: THE REALIST BOOKSHELF


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