LIFE Magazine November 27, 1970
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Pg… 30 Part I of an Exclusive Four–Part Series Khrushchev Remebers: The Former Soviet Premier, Now in Retirement, Looks Back to the 1930s to Give a Vividely Detailed Account of Life in Stalin's Terror–Ridden Inner Circle. A Unique Historical Document Illustrated by Previously Unpublished Photographs
Pg… 41 Portrait of a Deadly Pinwheel: A Storm that Killed Hundreds of Thousands Ravages East Pakistan
Pg… 46 Rarities of Ethiopia: In the Harsh Uplands of an Ancient African Kingdom, Some of the World's Scarcest Animals Struggle Against Extinction. Photographed by Bill Ray. The Losing Fight for Game Parks, by Michael Mok
Pg… 77 The Doctor in the TV Set: A New Closed–Circuit System in Boston Makes Distant Diagnosis Possible
Pg… 80 It's Knickers Sans Droop: Chic Though Sheathed from Neck to Knee
Pg… 85 What Would You Do in a Fix Like This?: An Expert Conducts a Seminar in Surviving Emergency Situations. By Richard Woodbury
Pg… 4 Departments: The Presidency: Fifty Years at 1/20th of a Second. By Hugh Sidey
Pg… 8 Departments: Gallery: Photographer Marie Cosindas on the Set of "Scrooge"
Pg… 12–24 Departments: Reviews: Calvin Trillin Contemplates what Happened when Roxanne Bought a Copy of "The Sensuous Woman"
Pg… 12–24 Departments: Reviews: The Trouble with Political Movies, a Review by Richard Schickel
Pg… 12–24 Departments: Reviews: Webster Schott on Robert Coles's Explication and Biography of Pioneer Psychoanalyst Erik H. Erikson
Pg… 29 Departments: Letters to the Editors
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