march 1978

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  • AP

    Writing, Typing, and Economics

    Marshall McLuhan once said, or is said to have said, that clarity of expression betrays an absence of thought. Not necessarily so says the author of more than twenty books, innumerable essays and reviews, and the recent television series "The Age of Uncertainty." His advice to would-be writers combines considerable thought with laudable clarity.

  • Doug Wilson / Getty

    Soldiers of Misfortune

    A report on the veterans of Vietnam—and on the often disgraceful treatment they have received from their countrymen.

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