Life Magazine, May 15, 1970 - Wounded Kent State student

Life Magazine, May 15, 1970 - Wounded Kent State student

Life Magazine, May 1, 1970 - Chapel Hill coed

Life Magazine, May 1, 1970 - Chapel Hill coed

Life Magazine, May 8, 1970 - Vice-President Spiro Agnew

Original Life Magazine from May 8, 1970 - Vice-President Spiro Agnew
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These issues are in pretty good shape. These are great for those who want a complete, original, average condition issue to read and enjoy. They may have some light to moderate flaws like small tears, spots, library stamps etc. but would make a great piece of history for the budget minded to mark any occasion.
Some of the contents in this issue
Joan Didion writes a column pertaining to watching nine motorcycle movies in seven days. Teacher Jane Elliott (on TV) has an inventive way to teach elementary school kids about race relations and the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The Perils of Cambodia and offering US military aid. The Nixon ladies in their new summer dresses, these are arranged so you could cut them out and tab them onto the Nixon ladies like a doll. Actor Cliff Gorman in the movie "The Boys in the Band". University of California Santa Cruz experiments with ideal of broad liberal education, photos include Ron Richardson, Noel King, Tod Decker, Trisha Miller, Bruce Wandmayer, Michel Landa. Flamboyant flautist (Flute player) Ian Anderson of the Jethro Tull rock group. Wild two page color photo of race car driver Jacky Ickx and his fiery crash in the Spanish Grand Prix. Polar bears struggle to survive. Parting Shots - Newell Bossart, who works on the 40th floor of Seattle, Washington's First National Bank Building, put a huge "It's A Boy!" sign in his office window - which his wife can see from her hospital window. Small photo of Thure Rosene of Oakland county, Michigan collecting trash on his bicycle. Cute mention of the GAMS, OGLE and PEEK clubs of Detroit (Girls Against More Skirt, Organization for Getting Legs Exposed, and People for the Enjoyment of Eyeballing Knees) - for having shorter skirts. Paul Bellesen teaches seamanship to ghetto children.
Spooky trips through silent, empty land-scapes
3
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Press coverage)
Nine bike movies in seven vroom! Days
4
Motion pictures (Reviews, Plots, themes, etc), Motion pictures and youth
Gallery
8
Philip Simkins' weathered wood
Eye of the storm
16
Race discrimination, Role playing, Television broadcasting (Documentary programs)
Mississippi mermaid
16
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Nixon ladies and their summer dresses
42
Patricia Nixon (wife of American president Richard M. Nixon.); 1912-1993, Tricia Nixon Cox (daughter of Richard M. Nixon.); 1946-, Julie Nixon Eisenhower (daughter of Richard M. Nixon.); 1948-, Clothing and dress
Flaming dash for life; Jacky Ickx at the Spanish Grand prix
46
Automobile racing (Accidents and injuries)
How relevant is the U.N?
48
United Nations
Man from The boys in the band
49
Cliff GORMAN
Old idea flowers anew at Santa Cruz
52
University of California, Santa Cruz
Black fiction: a second look
18
Ralph Ellison (American novelist and essayist.), Richard Wright (American novelist.); 1908-1960, Black fiction
What white students think of black studies
34
Black studies, Students (Attitudes)
Cambodia: the perils of moving in
36
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975
Any answers must involve all of southeast Asia
40
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975, Southeast Asia (Defenses)
Nobody hassles us, everybody listens
60
Experimental college education
Don't get Agnew wrong
64
Spiro Agnew; 1918-1996
Ian's be-in
79
Ian ANDERSON
White rulers of an icy realm; five countries study habits and take census of polar bears
82
Bears