LIFE Magazine June 16, 1972

LIFE Magazine June 16, 1972 1950’s Nostalgia


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Pg… 6 Beat of Life: Castro on a Camel. Tragedy at Transpo 72. Biggest Painting in the World

Pg… 38 The Nifty Fifties: A Dozen Years After the Decade Ended, Everything's Back: the Music, the Stars, White Bucks, Hula–Hoops and Greasy Hair. Photographed by Bill Ray

Pg… 51 Face to Face on the Issues: Part II: Hubert Humphrey for the Democrats and George Shultz for the Republicans Debate Another Major 1972 Campaign Issue, Taxes and Government Services

Pg… 57 Fighter for Forgotten Men: An Earthy Preacher Named Will D. Campbell Moves Among the Ku Klux Klan and the Blacks, Building Bridges. By Marshall Frady

Pg… 69 Passionate Pasha of Food: James Beard, a Huge Gourmet and Cook, Produces a Huge New Cookbook. By Jane Howard

Pg… 72 The Big Year Off: More and More Students are Taking a Break Between High School and College to Learn About Themselves

Pg… 81 Comic with a Golden Glove: With Doug Rader, an Authentic Eccentric, at Third, Houston is Thinking Pennant. By Bill Bruns. Photographed by Arthur Rickerby

Pg… 85 Parting Shots: "You have to be a Maniac," Says Elia Kazan. By Brad Darrach. The Skyjacker Who Vanished Into Thin Air. By Richard Woodbury

Pg… 12 Departments: Editorials

Pg… 24–28 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops on the Emmy Awards

Pg… 24–28 Departments: Reviews: Richard Schickel on a Mixed Bag of Films: "The Great Northfield," "Minnesota Raid," and "The Trial of the Catonsville Nine"

Pg… 24–28 Departments: Reviews: Thomas Thompson on Singer Sarah Vaughan

Pg… 24–28 Departments: Reviews: Richard Freedman Reviews "The Late John Marquand," an Unauthorized Biography by Stephen Birmingham

Pg… 30 Departments: 34 Years Ago In 'Life': The Smallest Human

Pg… 34A Departments: Letters to the Editors

Pg… 54B Departments: Consumer Watch: Reports on a Groovy New Way to Cut Highway Accidents

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