Pg… 26 The Southwest Bakes in a Ruinous Drought: Photographed by Co Rentmeester
Pg… 32 Trudeau Takes His Bride to Moscow: The Canadian Prime Minister's New Wife Makes a Hit on Their Russian Trip
Pg… 38 Scouting Blazes a Trail into the Ghetto: In the Big Cities, Boy Scouts are Catching Up with the Times and Finding a New Constituency. Photographed by John Shearer
Pg… 46 The Sunshine Days of Cristina Ford: Henry Ford II's Italian–Born Wife has Abandoned the Jet Set and Lives a Relaxed Life in Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. Photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt. The King got Up and Make Crepes, an Interview by Diana Lurie
Pg… 54 Quest for a Silver Unicorn: Boston University's Long Search for a New President. By Edward Kern
Pg… 70 An Impala Struggles for Life
Pg… 77 Parting Shots: The Plight of Mr. Love Story, by Brad Darrach, Man vs. Bank, and Man Wins; L.B.J. and a Few Thousand Friends
Pg… 4 Departments: The Presidency: Trouble on the Two–Party Line. By Hugh Sidey
Pg… 6 Departments: Gallery: New York Faces Photographed by Susan McCartney
Pg… 10–16 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops Takes a Dim View of NET's Six–Part Serialization of Dostoyevsky's "The Possessed"
Pg… 8–14 Departments: Reviews: James Michener's New Novel, "The Drifters," is Reviewed by Melvin Maddocks
Pg… 8–14 Departments: Reviews: Film Critic Richard Schickel Discusses "Walkabout"
Pg… 23 Departments: Letters to the Editors