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D Magazine January 1979

BEST & WORST

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BOOKS Return Engagements

Brammer reappearing, Updike relocating, Olsen remonstrating
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CAN DALLAS KEEP HARRY PARKER?

He wants to be the director of a major museum. And if Dallas doesn’t give him one, someone else will.
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FAMILIES, Simple, Uncomplicated Lives

What do I really have in common with my mother and her mother?
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HEALTH Seeing Things In Their True Colors

What’s it like being colorblind? I’ll tell you when you tell me what it’s like not being colorblind.
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LETTERS

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PUZZLING Pentagon Paper

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The car

A bit of nostalgia for the cars we used to drive, some cosmetic and mechanical advice for the car you now drive, and some predictions about the car you will drive before very long.
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THE CONSUMER Something Old, Something New

How can you be sure that prize antique wasn’t born yesterday?
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THE END OF THE WORLD

Nineteen hundred years ago a city died. It’s being reborn in Dallas this month.
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The Making of a Governor, 1979

George Steffes has the most important job in Texas politics-turning a Republican victory into a Republican administration.
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THE VIETNAM TIME BOMB

For many combat veterans the war will never end. It can explode, without warning, in their minds.
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THUMB AWARDS

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WINDFALLS

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WINE Stewards’ Follies

How to decipher a restaurant wine list.
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