The Saturday Evening Post, April 28, 1962 *HUGH HEFNER / THE REV. DR. HARGIS / MIGHTY DICK STUART OF PITTSBURGH*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Good


Features: What happened to Common Sense? - Calvin D. Linton says not only do we live in the best-educated age in history, it may well also be the most gullible; Doomsday Merchant of the Far Right - Billy James Hargis leads a witch-hunt in pursuit of Communists; People on the Way Up - Comic Dick Shawn, Ross Pritchard, Charlene Curry, Janet Ades, Rochelle Hood; Czar of the Bunny Empire - Hugh Hefner, with color photos; The Bridge of Hope - Topeka's effort to help mental patients return to regular life; Me and my mixed up trees - Frank J. Taylor and 'the confessions of a compulsive grafter who tells backyard (Luther) Burbanks how to turn the tables on nature; Irrepressible Egoist - Dick Stuart, the Pittsburgh Pirates cocky slugger; Hot Weapon in the Cold War - at President Kennedy's urging, the Army is beefing up its Special Forces, who are trained to combat Red guerillas around the globe. Nice color Pepsi ad inside back cover. Average wear. A sound copy.