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D Magazine March 1978

AMON

Out of the dust of West Texas rode Amon Carter, ready to turn Cowtown – and himself – into a living legend.
By Jerry Flemmons

BODY LANGUAGE

Here’s how to get in shape for Spring.
By Chris Dunne

Books THERE’LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND

The new book by one of England’s finest writers.
By Jo Brans

CUTTING REMARKS

What only her hairdresser knows. For sure.
By David Bauer

EVERYBODY’S BUSINESS

Is Dave Fox’s downtown dream coming true?
By John Merwin

FACT AND FICTION

A more than slightly abridged history of the Dallas Woman.
By Wade Leftwich

LETTERS

By D Magazine

Music MARCHEL ARTISTRY

The natural sound at the Recovery Room.
By Tim Schuller

Q & A

By D Magazine

REFRESHER COURSE

How to bring the real you out of hiding.
By Judy Powell

SOFT AND LOOSE

By D Magazine

The Abrasive Candidacy of Bill Clements

If nice guys finish last, Bill Clements should win it walking away.
By John Merwin

The Balancing Act

“A man at a party said, ’Dallas is a city run by men for the sake of women.’ I don’t believe it for a moment.”
By Jo Brans

The Faux Pas

“When I could finally laugh, I managed to forgive myself for showing my awkward growing pains in public.”
By Gwynne Shook

The Reluctant Matriarch

A man founded Dallas. A woman built it.
By Elizabeth York Enstam

THUMB AWARDS

By D Magazine

WINDFALLS

By Judy Powell

Winter

By Spring Edition