In This Issue
Explore the March 1974 print edition below. Or to discover more writing from the pages of The Atlantic, browse the full archive.
Who in 1976 Kennedy, Wallace, or Senator Bland? Watergate haunts the opposition, and the Democrats have healed many of the wounds of ‘68 and ‘72, but what does the Democratic Party really stand for? That very much remains to be seen, says one of the country’s most respected political reporters.
An evening at the Pro Mr. America Contest among men of many parts.
How an ostensible stalemate has changed the balance of power between Israel and the Arabs, and heightened the danger that another war between them will be a wider one.
“In the end, at Talcottville. New York, Wilson couldn’t flee that America with which he had been on distressing terms for so long; in the name of progress, a concept he deplored, that America had brought its earthmovers and concrete within spitting distance of his doors.”