LIFE Magazine December 3, 1971
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Pg… 24B The Fierce Women of Ulster: As Shooting and Internment Reduce the Numbers of Male IRA Terrorists, the Woman "Provos" Go Into Action. A Talk with a Militant Named Kate by Jordan Bonfante
Pg… 32 The Wedge Meets the Headhunters: The Most Violent Men in Pro Football Play on the Suicide Squads. Reporter Dave Fisher Talks with Wedge–Buster Bob Gladieux. Photographed by Arthur Rickerby
Pg… 42 Editorials: Phase 2?a Creaky Beginning
Pg… 42 Editorials: Give the Trains a Chance
Pg… 57 Instant Wedding Dress: All You Need is $55, Five Hours' Sewing Time and One Groom
Pg… 60 The Fishing Crisis: Overfishing and Outdated Laws May be Dooming the World's Fisheries. Photographed by Co Rentmeester. Text by Robert Brigham
Pg… 70 Elizabeth of Toro: The Princess from Uganda is an Elegant Addition to the U.N.
Pg… 75 QUIET, PLEASE! Please.: A Compulsive Talker Tries to Find Out What It's Like to be Silent. By Jane Howard
Pg… 83 A Crushed Head: Shaping Up a Rare Work of Art After 17 Centuries in Two Dimensions
Pg… 87 Topol, the Fiddler on the Screen: The New Tevye is an Israeli Comic
Pg… 93 Parting Shots: Grand Rerun for Charlie Chaplin. By William A. McWhirter
Pg… 4 Departments: The Presidency: 'Tis the Season to be Nasty. By Hugh Sidey
Pg… 6–18 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops on "Story Theatre"
Pg… 6–18 Departments: Reviews: Stanley J. Brown Discusses the Investment Possibilities of the Cassette Industry
Pg… 6–18 Departments: Reviews: Richard Schickel on a Nice Kids' Movie, "The Railroad Children"
Pg… 6–18 Departments: Reviews: Webster Schott on Joyce Carol Oates's New Novel "Wonderland"
Pg… 24A Departments: Letters to the Editors
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