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To meet Postal Regulations for Second Class Mail, and to provide a needed vacation to Realist staff, issues 33 and 34 were pubished with content from previous out of print issues.
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Issue No. 33 - April, 1962 { Page 01 }
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"A great many readers have asked that we reprint the highlights of our unavailable back issues. In response to those requests—also, to give me a chance to recuperate from a slight case of overwork, complicated by severe inefficiency; and to satisfy the post office's requirement that the Realist maintain its stated frequency of publication—we're publishing two 16-page issues (#33 and #34: April and May) during the first two weeks of July."

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APRIL 1962 CONTENTS: Page 01: MONOLOGUE BY A MISS RHEINGOLD LOSER as told to Paul Krassner -- Page 02: SOME LEFTOVER CRAP FROM THE FILES OF BOB ABEL -- Page 03: EDITORIAL TYPE STUFF -- Page 04 -- Page 05 -- Page 06 -- Page 07: MODEST PROPOSAL No. 2 by John Francis Putnam -- Page 08: I AM A NAZI by Jack K. -- Page 09: DIABOLIC DIALOGUES - PRESIDENT EISENHOWER AND GOVERNOR FAUBUS and baTtlE oF tHe upPer anD loWeR caSe letTeRS bY reGinaLd dUnsaNy -- Page 10 -- Page 11: CAESAR ON THE HUDSON by Sidney Bernard (including An Open Letter to Mark Lane) and TWO RUMORS: OF TEETH AND TRAINS -- Page 12: this is not satire this is not satire this is not satire this is not satire this is not satire th -- Page 13: CHARLATANS, INC. by Nathan Masor, M.D. -- Page 14 -- Page 15 -- Back Cover: MODEST PROPOSAL No. 3 by John Francis Putnam


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