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Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 2 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a typewritten version, created privately after publication of MANAS ceased. The source of the original version was the card file index maintained for the editor throughout the 41 years of the paper's publication MANAS REPRINTS 245 W. 33rd St. Los Angeles, California 90007 USA A Not-for-Profit Endeavor ISBN 1-928614-01-9 TABLE OF CONTENTS INDEX TO MANAS ON CD-ROM—Volume 2 SECTION PAGE L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 468 M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 518 N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 644 P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 668 Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 724 R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 728 S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 776 T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862 U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 908 V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 918 W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 930 XYZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 978 L Laban, Rudolf XXX:40 Labels and the Man I:5 Quoted his preface to Choreutics in Children, "Notes on the Arts" Editorial—We judge people only partially, by calling them "fascist," "red"—that is not the whole man whom we judge. The classifiable individual is never the whole individual. La Boetie, Etienne De XXIX:5 His Politics of Obedience reviewed in "Ye Are Many—They Are Few" Labor-Employer Relations II:32 Frontiers, Leo Wolman's Industry-Wide Bargaining Labor Law for the Rank and File – Staughton Lynd (Singlejack Book, Miles & Weir, Ltd., P. O. Box 1906, San Pedro, CA 90733, $1.50) XXXI:22 Mentioned in Review, "An American Tradition" Labour, Life and Poverty – Prof. F. Zweig I:46 Quoted in Letter from England LaBrant, Dr. Lou (Prof. of English, Dillard University, New Orleans) XII:44 His editorial in Sept. 12 Saturday Review, "Dynamic Education" quoted in Review, "The Dynamics of Education" Labyrinth of Solitude, The – Octavio Paz (Grove, 1961) XXIV:10 Discussed, quoted in Review, "The Shaping of Culture" XXIV:17 Quoted in Review, "Who Should Write History?" La Critique Sociale XXX:22 Simone Weil's quote from Nov. 1933 issue in her biography used in Lead, "The Line of a Life" Lacey, Geoff XXXVIII:5 "The Self-Reliant Community" from Permaculture, Nov 1983 quoted in Frontiers, "What to Do About Unemployment" Lackner, Stephan XXXVIII:13 Peaceable Nature quoted on problems of aggression in Review, "Redation or Symbiosis?" Lacy, Dan XIII:36 Quoted May 4 Christian Century in Frontiers, "Notes on Censorship" XXXVI:13 Quoted Winter 1982-83 Daedalus on "Reading" in Editorial, "Vinoba's Point" XXXVI:21 Quoted above Daedalus on "reading" in Children, "Forty-Ninth in Literacy" 468 Ladd, Edward T. (Professor of Education, Emory University) XXIII:51 His article, "Pills for Classroom Peace?" quoted from Nov. 21 Saturday Review in Lead, "The Age of Preoccupation" Ladd, Prof. George T. XVI:4 Quoted in Review, "A Pocket 'William Janes'" XVI:32 His Elements of Physiological Psychology quoted in Lead, "New Perspective in Psychology" XVII:13 Quoted from Elements of Physiological Psychology quoted in Editorial, "A Real Unit-Being" XXVII:44 Quoted from Elements of Physiological Psychology in Review, "Psychology's Lost Chord" Ladder to High Designs, The I:30 Review—Richard M. Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences Ladies and a Man XXXII:21 Review Ladies Home Journal I:47 Reference to Nov. 1948 "Good and the American People" in Lead, "Affirmation of Freedom" I:48 Review of above article V:32 Reference to Montagu article, "The Natural Superiority of Women" in Frontiers, "The Sun and Moon" XIV:3 Dorothy Thompson quoted Sept. issue in Children, "Issues in Educational Philosophy" IV:46 Dr. Benjamin Spock's article, "Do Your Children Worry About War?" Sept. issue, quoted in Children, "International Education for Children" XVII:51 Eve Merriam quoted, Oct. 1964 issue in Children, "Education and Violence" XXVI:7 Dorothy Thompson quoted, Dec. 1958 issue, in Lead, "Patterns of Power" Lady Chatterly's Lover – D. H. Lawrence XVI:13 Adam Margoshes' discussion of in The Village Voice Reader quoted in Editorial, "A Difficult Question" LaFarge, Oliver VII:20 Quoted from The American Indian in Review, "Ambush with Words" Lafayette, Marquis de VII:35 Quoted re death penalty in Lead, "The Worth of Human Life" LeFeber, Walter XXI:1 Quoted from Nov. 6 Nation in Lead, "A Matter of Elevation" LaFleur, William XXXIX:10 Lagemann, John IX:9 XVI:17 Laguna News-Post XXII:39 Lahr, John XXXIV:1 XXXIV:10 Lakey, George XXIV:19 From The Language of the Birds on the Ficus religiosa in "Recovery and Rediscovery" Quoted from Christian Century in Children on "empathy" Quoted March Redbook in Children, "Creative Youngsters" Kurt Jensen quoted, Aug. 14 issue, in Children, "Kinds of Irrationality" His review in Harper's of Studs Terkel's American Dreams quoted in Editorial, "A Jamesian Association" Quoted Jan. 1981 Harper's in Lead, "The Problem of Noise" (goals, meaning in our society) re Studs Terkel's book American Dreams Lain, Alexander XXIX:42 His material on Jefferson quoted July 3 Nation in Lead, "Thomas Jefferson—Then and Now" Laing, Dr. R. D. (British psychiatrist) XVIII:10 Quoted Jan. 22 Peace News in Children, "Education and Violence" XVIII:35 His The Divided Self reviewed, "Existential Psychiatry" XXIV:2 Dr. James S. Gordon's article regarding his work quoted from Jan. 1971 Atlantic in Lead, "The Requirements of Health"; mentioned The Divided Self XXV:38 Quote from him by Elizabeth Drews in Learning Together given in Children, "Story by Clair Bishop" XXIX:13 Subject of Review, "Ronald Laing, M.D." with excerpts from his talks and books XXIX:26-34 His The Facts of Life quoted in Review, "The Territory and the Map" XXIX:48 The Facts of Life quoted in Lead, "Hidden Identities" XXIX:52 The Facts of Life quoted in Review, "Sartor Resartus"; subject of Editorial, Case in Point" XXXI:13 Facts of Life quoted in Lead, "What Comes Next?" Laing, R. D.: The Man and His Ideas – Richard I. Evans (Dutton, cloth $12.95, paper $3.95) XXIX:13 Reviewed in "Ronald Laing, M.D." Laing, Ronald M.D. XXIX:13 Review Laird, Paul XXXI:7 Quoted from Lindesfarne Letter No. 5 in Children, "Trees and People" Lake, Mary XIII:14 Correspondence on Dr. Benjamin J. Shinn quoted in Children, "Deliberate Delinquents" Lake of Memory – George Godwin VI:41 Reviewed, "Platonic Memories" 469 Quoted from Jan. 1971 Gandhi Marg in Review, "Magazines from Abroad"—quote from Liddell Hart Lamantia, Phillip (Poet) XI:14 Quoted from his conversation with Kerouac on "the beat generation" on Mike Wallace's TV show in Children, "Discussion of a Generation: VII" Lamarck II:43 His contribution to popularization of evolution idea discussed in Frontiers, "Telepathy and Evolution" Lamb, Dana V:23 Review, "Strange Lands and Friendly People" devoted to his books, Quest for the Lost City and Enchanted Vagabonds Lamb, Harold XIX:18 Brief quote from his The Crusaders in Lead, "A Good Human Life" Lambarene Revisited XII:33 Frontiers Lambert, G. W. XI:14 Quoted his paper on Plotinian psychology in the Proceedings of the London Society for Psychical Research, 1927, pp. 393-413, in Editorial, "Marginal Significance" XXXVI:21 Brief quote from Proceedings (psychical research, 1927) in Editorial, "Psychic Phenomena" Lambert, John XXV:22 Quoted April 18 Christian Science Monitor in Children, "What Socrates Might Say" Lambert, the Sheepish Lion (cartoon) VI:8 Mention of in Children Lambert – F. S. Flint XIII:45 Poem quoted in Frontiers, "Psychopathology and National Defense" Lament for a Generation – Ralph de Toledano XIII:45 Quotation of Gerard Manley Hopkins quoted in Frontiers, "Psychopathology and National Defense" Lament for the Businessman VII:43 Lead Lamettrie, Julian (18th Century atheist (Julien Offray de la Mettrie)) I:5 Convinced freedom from religion necessary in battle to liberate man in Frontiers I:22 Reference to his L'Homme Machine— avowed opponent of Christian doctrine of creation II:9 Referenced to in Lead, "The Appeal to Reason" III:3 Quoted re atheism in Lead, "The Locus of Power" III:8 Reference to his Man a Machine in Frontiers, "What is an Organism?" IV:38 Quoted re atheism in Lead, "The Bondage of Controversy" VI:37 His Man a Machine quoted in Lead, "Notes on Religion" Lamettrie, Julian—(Continued) X:14 His Man a Machine quoted in Lead, "Scientific Philosophizing" XIV:12 Briefly quoted in Editorial, "The Morally Earnest Atheists" XV:14 Briefly quoted Man a Machine in Lead, "Creeping Ethics" XVIII:12 Quoted in Review, "Is There the Ego?" XXIII:12 Quoted Man a Machine in Lead, "Teaching and Healing" XXIV:14 Quoted Man a Machine in Lead, "Revolution or Restoration?" XXV:52 Quoted from L'Homme Machine in Lead, "Myths: A Brief Exploration" XXXII:23 L'Homme Machine quoted in Lead, "Not Matters of Belief" XXXIII:50 Quoted from Man a Machine in Lead, "A Science of Man?" XXXVII:3 Brief discussion of his case for Atheism from Man a Machine in Lead, "The Rhetoric of Righteousness" Lamont, Corliss IV:4 Reviewed The Illusion of Immortality in Frontiers, "A Tilt at Immortality" XXI:2 Quoted his Freedom of Choice Affirmed in Frontiers, "Freedom and/or Necessity" XXXIII:3 Discussed in "A Serious Business" in Review re Plato Lamp and the Law, The – ACLU pamphlet IX:6 A discussion of McCarran-Walter Act, reviewed in Frontiers, "Remediable Injustices" Lampell, Millard V:1 Mention of his book The Hero in Frontiers, "The Spoils of Sport" V:29 Reference to The Hero in Frontiers, "Psychology and Athletics" Lampooning Academic Psychology XVI:42 Review Lamsen, David XXVI:17 Quoted his book We Who Are About to Die in Review, "The Qualities of Men" Lance of Kanana, The – Harry W. French X:27 Reviewed in Children, "Reading Suggestions for Children" Land, Dr. Edwin H. (Inventor of Polaroid camera) XXIV:10 Quoted Jan. 15, 1971 Science in Frontiers, "Displacing Effects of Drugs" Land (quarterly published in Columbus, Ohio) XXVII:15 Discussed at end of Children, "Success Story" Land, the Earth, the Planet, The IX:18 Frontiers Land and the Law, The XXIII:10 Lead Land for the People – edited by Herbert Giradet (1976, Crescent Books, 8A Leighton, Crescent, London, N.W.S.) XXXII:18 Tony Farmer article, "Reviving the Land" quoted in Review, "Cobbett and His Heirs" Land in Question, The – Shirley-Anne Hardy (This and pamphlet by Jack Schwartzman, comparing the "two Henrys" Thoreau and George, available from School of Living, Box 3233, York, PA 17502) XXXVI:3 Brief quote from in Frontiers, "The Program of Henry George" Land in Therapy, The XL:41 Frontiers (written by Harry Caudill) Whiteburg, Kentucky, 41858) Land Institute, The – Route 3, Salina, Kansas 67401 XXXVII:46 Quoted their catalogue on purpose of institute and scholarships, in Editorial, "Research for Sustainable Agriculture" XXXVIII:18 Meeting of students with Wendell Berry in "The Long Road Home" XXXVIII:46 Announcement on internships in Editorial XXXIX:2 Spring 1986 issue Wes Jackson on plight of American farmer and Dana Jackson on the start of the Institute in "What Can Be Done" (from Land Report) XXXIX:47 Reminder on internships in Editorial Land is Indivisible – Wendal Bull VII:29 Lead Land Isn't Yesterday XXXVII:38 Frontiers (by Jane Meiklejohn) Land of Contrasts III:25 Review – press in India Land of the Free (poetry) John Beecher IX:17 Reviewed, "Voice of the Voiceless" IX:34 One of poems, "An Air that Kills" from above quoted in Editorial, "Tribute to Poetry" Land Reform—A Growing Movement XXVI:18 Frontiers Land Reform—Plus XXVI:13 Editorial Land Remembers, The – Ben Logan (Viking 1975, $8.95) XXVIII:20 Reviewed in "The Rediscovery of Nature" Land Report XXXV:2 Quoted Winter 1981 in Children, "WellRounded Education" (on Land Institute, Kansas), also quoted Joan Gussow XXXV:14 Fall 1980 revise of Deserts on the March quoted in Children, "Two Pioneers" by Aaron J. Sharp XXXVI:36 Quoted (1983) on daily schedule of students in Children, "The Picture of the World" XXXVI:44 Summer 1983 quoted in Frontiers, "Agriculture and Culture"; also discussion of the Land Institute (Walter Pickett's article) and quoted Wes Jackson on visit to Amish XXXVII:39 Quoted Winter 1983 on their life and activities in Children, "Ecological Revolution" XXXVII:50 Walter Pickett's article on wheat in Winter 1984 issue quoted in Children, "Tomorrow's Education" XXXVII:51 Quoted Martin Gursky, Summer 1984, on ideology of security in Frontiers, "A Lost Art?" XXXIX:2 Wes Jackson on the farmer, Dana Jackson on the Institute in "What Can Be Done" 470 Land Report—(Continued) XXXIX:17 Summer 1985 Mary Bruns on PaWiTo (see also A 30-Acre Tract), Wes Jackson in "Ways of Teaching" XXXIX:19 Fall 1985 Holly Winger on Angus Wright, historian environmental studies in "Chemical Disaster" XL:3 Patrick Bohlen's report on revitalization of rural America conf. in "Birth of a Culture?" (Summer 1986) XL:43 Spring 1987 Dana Jackson, Jess Ennis in "The Country—Now and Tomorrow" XLI:7 Donald Worster, Summer 1987 on private ownership of the land in "A Simple Ideal" XLI:21 Fall 1987 Patricia Boehner, Jess Ennis, Roger Lebovitz, Dana Jackson in "The Land Report" Land Report, The XLI:2 Review Land Stewardship Letter (512 Elm, Stilwater, Minn. 55082) XXXIX:53 Wendell Berry's talk, Summer 1986, Vol. 4, No. 2, also Wes Jackson on "ownership" in "The Missing Element in Our Culture" XL:4 Wendell Berry, Spring 1986, in "Soil and People" XL:36 Winter 1987, Berry in "Berry Rhetoric" on farmers XL:40 Spring 1987 Wes Jackson re biotechnology in "Wisdom about Plants and Soil" XL:46 W. Berry Winer, 1986, in "Musings About the Family Farm" XLI:3 Summer 1987 Frances Moore Lappe on "Capitalism" and sustainable agriculture in "The Meaning of Land" XLI:38 John Rylander, Summer 1988 re Aldo Leopold: The Man and His Legacy, also Ron Kroese from paper by Steven J. Taff XLI:44 Quoted Kroese, Spring 1988, on land policies in "Care of the Land" Land Trust – International Independence Institute, West Road, Box 183, Ashby, Mass 01431 XXVI:50 Mentioned in Frontiers, "A Non-Violent General Land Trust Manual, The (Institute of Community Economics, 151 Montague City Rd., Greenfield, Mass.) XXXVI:48 Noted in Frontiers, "The Community Land Trust " Land Trusts Are Multiplying XLI:23 Frontiers Land's End? VII:43 Editorial Landis, Judge Kenesaw Mountain II:33 Reference to in Review of Chaplin's Wobbly Landscape (Book of collected writings of J. B. Jackson (University of Mass Press, $8.00, paper, $3.50) XXX:11 Quoted in Children, "A Clogged-Up Dream" Landscape (Magazine) IX:18 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Land, the Earth, the Planet" Landscape–(Continued) XII:7 John Maas article quoted in Lead, "The Decline of the Hero" re banality of poster advertising, Autumn issue XII:50 Comments by editor on concern of small town in Texas by-passed by new superhighway, in Lead, "Encircling Gloom" XIII:45 Edwin N. Wilmsen quoted, Fall 1960 issue, in Editorial, "Sources of Wholeness" XIV:6 Lewis Mumford quoted, Winter issue, in Review, "Park and Field" XIV:24 Peter van Dresser quoted from Spring 1961 issue in Lead, "The Romantic Spirit" XV:14 Dr. Harold F. Searles quoted, Winter 1961-62 issue, in Lead, "Creeping Ethics" XVI:6 Quoted Winter 1962 issue in Lead, "The Right to Be Wise" XVI:43 Arthur Drexler quoted in Review, "The Designers of Space"; also quoted from same article, Mort and Eleanor Karp, Yi-Fu Tuan XVI:46 Edgar Anderson quoted, Autumn 1963 issue, in Editorial, "Weekend Pantheism?" XVIII:9 A. E. Parr quoted, Winter 1964 issue, in Lead, "A Responsibility of People" XIX:23 Walter Pichler quoted, Spring 1964 issue, in Lead, "Institutions and Human Equilibrium" XX:9 Discussed and editorial quoted, Winter 196667 issue, in Review, "The Planner's Siege Perilous" XX:27 A. E. Parr quoted from Winter 1964 issue in Lead, "The Designing Intelligence" XXI:43 Edwin N. Wilmsen quoted from Fall 1960 issue in Frontiers, "Art and Home" re Navajo hogan building song XXII:23 Niels Diffrient quoted from Winter 1969 issue in Frontiers, "The New Humanism" XXII:30 Grady Clay and Erich Isaac papers (reprinted in The Subversive Science) quoted in Lead, "Lost Allegiances" XXIV:42 Richard Alan Smith quoted in re Japanese city planning, Winter 1970 issue, in Lead, "Some Thoughts About Planning" XXXII:1 Clare Cooper Marcus quoted, Summer 1978 issue, in Children, "Concealing Arrangements" XXXII:52 Quoted in Frontiers, "Once Again: Small is Beautiful" (J. & M. Davis article) XXXIV:2 Quoted, No. 3, 1980, on "Place Ballets" in Children, "In the Magazines" XXXIV:2 Quoted No. 3, 1980 on "Place Ballets" in Children, "In the Magazines" XXXIV:20 Article, Jan. 1981, by Joseph Meeker quoted in Lead, "The Stewardship of the Earth" re technology and nature, ("Wisdom and Wilderness") XXXIV:39 Quoted article by Daniel B. Luten, No. 2, 1981, in Frontiers, "Questions of the Time" (housing, agriculture) XXXV:10 Quoted article by Christopher Salter in Vol. 25, 1981, in Frontiers, "The Uses of History" 471 Landscape–(Continued) XXXV:10 Quoted briefly from another article in above issue by John Fraser Hart, same Frontiers XXXVII:24 Quoted article by Neil Evernden on ecology and true nature of the prairie in Lead, "Prairie Revery" Vol. 27, also quoted Christopher Salter XXXIV:39 Daniel B. Luten, No. 2, 1981, in "Questions of the Time" (housing, agriculture) XXXV:10 Christopher Salter, Vol. 25, No. 3, in "The Uses of History" XXXV:10 Quoted John Fraser Hart from above issue XXXVII:24 Neil Evernden on ecology and the prairie, Vol. 27, and Christopher Salter, in "Prairie Revery" Landscape for Humans, A – Peter Van Dresser (1972, Biotechnic Press, P. O. Box 26091, Albuquerque, NM 87125) XXVI:26-35 Discussed and quoted in Review, "Plan for New Mexico" XXX:47 Quoted in Lead, "Questions on the Ecoregion" Landscape Papers – Edgar Anderson (Turtle Island Foundation, Berkeley, California, 1976) XXXII:25 Reviewed in "Clichés and Bulldozers" XXXII:47 Discussed in Review, "Community Honor Roll" Lane, Cecil T. (Yale physicist) I:52 Reference to in Editorial, "Architect of Living Form" Lane, Homer III:31 His Talks to Parents and Teachers discussed in Children III:48 Reference to in Children Lane, Dr. Howard (N.Y. University) X:2 His inquiry about classroom cheating discussed in Children, from Morton Hunt, Reader's Digest article Lane, Leonora C. XIX:37 Children, "The Living World" condensed from her article in Journal of Human Relation, Vol. 14, No. 2 Lane, Robert E. VII:9 Quoted from Psychiatry in Review from his article "Political Character and Political Analysis" Lane, Rose Wilder II:17 Review of her The Discovery of Freedom IV:9 Long quote from above book in Lead, "Progress and Decline" XXXII:49 Quoted from her The Discovery of Freedom in Editorial, "There Ought Not to Be a Law" (daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder of Little House on the Prairie) Lang, Cyril XXXIV:16 Time story, Dec. 15, 1980, on his teaching of Aristotle's Poetics, Machiavelli's Prince and Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, etc.—lost his job—in Children, "Teachers at Bay" Lang, Daniel VII:4 XXVI:3 XXVI:6 Langbaum, Robert VIII:31 XXVI:18 XXIX:18 Langberg, Arnold XXXVI:4 Review of his New Yorker profile on Samuel Goudsmit in "Bow to the New Yorker" Quoted Dec. Harper's in Review, "The Faces of Civilization" Quoted in Lead, "The Metaphors of Certainty" Quoted his American Scholar article on fear of Communism in the United States in Frontiers, "A Liberal Reassessment" Quoted Spring 1973 American Scholar in Review, "Avuncular Wisdom" Quoted D. H. Lawrence in Winter 1976-76 American Scholar which is used in Lead, "Lost and Found Meanings" His "Colorado High School," Children, in this issue, to be found in full in Changing Schools, Winter 1982 Langdon-Davies, John IX:25 His The Unknown—Is It Nearer? reviewed, "Pocket Book Parapsychology" XXI:37 Quoted his Seeds of Life in Frontiers, "Where the Wild Thyme Grows" Lange, Frederick I:21 History of Materialism—quote from Bertrand Russell's Introduction in Frontiers I:26 Quoted History of Materialism— contribution to knowledge of ancients did not come from materialists II:49 Quoted from above on Einstein "Great Reformer" study re gravitation and "mathematical law" being placed in rank of physical cause II:52 Quoted History of Materialism on Aristotle in Lead, "The Spark-Gap of Decision" IV:25 Quoted History of Materialism IV:38 Quoted Russell's introduction to above in Lead, "The Bondage of Controversy" VI:22 Quoted from History in Lead, "The Asylum of Mystery" VIII:46 History of Materialism quoted on John Toland in Lead IX:14 History quoted in Lead, "Scientific Inspiration" XII:7 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Twilight Area" XIII:47 History of Materialism quoted in Lead, "SelfDeception's Strange Fruit" Briefly quoted in Editorial, "What Is Demonstrable?" XV:28 Bertrand Russell's introduction to his History of Materialism quoted in Lead, "The Struggle Against Prematurity" XVII:13 History quoted on Isaac Newton in Lead, "Toward a Redefinition of Science" XVIII:1 Introduction to History quoted in Lead, "The Sacred Bonds" XVIII:18 Quoted from History of Materialism in Lead, "The Mists of Objectivity" 472 Lange, Frederick—(Continued) XVIII:39 History quoted in Lead, "Behind Socratic Ignorance" Quoted in Editorial, "The Clarity of Wholeness" XIX:44 History quoted in Lead, "The Quest for Wholeness" XXI:25 Bertrand Russell's Introduction to History quoted in Frontiers, "An Abstract Concession" XXII:9 Quoted History of Materialism in Lead, "A Cost Accounting" XXIV:6 Quoted History in Lead, "The Necessity of an Ideal" XXIV:9 Russell's Introduction quoted in Editorial, "What Opens Minds?" XXVII:44 Bertrand Russell's Introduction to History quoted in Lead, "What Sort of Awakening?" XXVII:51 History quoted in Lead, "Nature Without Man" XXVIII:36 History quoted in Lead, "The Second Phase" XXIX:15 Introduction to History quoted in Review, "The Biological Paradigm" XXXI:23 History quoted in Lead, "The Costs of Restoration" XXXII:23 History quoted in Lead, "Not Matters of Belief" XXXIII:48 Bertrand Russell's Introduction to History quoted in Lead, "The Environment of Meaning" XXXVIII:4 Quoted from History of Materialism re materialism as a dogma in Lead, "Is There Moral Law?" XXXVIII:43 From preface History of Materialism (man's chain of illusion") in "A Cumulative Force" Langer, Suzanne (Contemporary thinker in U.S.) X:38 Quoted from her article in Fortune describing the changes in the modern world in Lead, "Travail in Asia" XXVIII:44 Lorin Loverde's quote from her in Jan. Journal of Aesthetic Education in Children, "Students and Poets" Langsner, Drew XXXI:51 Quoted from Handmade in Review, "New Science—Two Levels" Langsner, Louise XXXI:51 Quoted from Handmade in Review, "New Science—Two Levels" Language and Beyond XXXI:17 Lead Language and Myth – Ernst Cassirer (1925) XXVIII:7 Quoted in Lead, "The Most Difficult of Things" Language and Responsibility – Noam Chomsky (Pantheon paper, 1979, $3.95) XXXII:22 Quoted in Editorial, "The State of Religion" XXXII:37 Quoted in Lead, "The References for Life" XXXII:38 Quoted in Children, "Wanted: A Simple Answer" Language and Silence – George Steiner (Atheneum) IX:51 Discussed and quoted in Review, "A Being of the Word" XXVI:40 Quoted in Lead, "A Bare Instruction" Language Arts XXXVII:18 Quoted Sept. 1983 issue, "The Development of Poetic Intuition in Children," by Justin Vitiello, in Children, "Miscellany" Language As Transformer XL:44 Lead Language in Thought and Action – S. I. Hayakawa XXIX:24 Quoted in Children, "Cross-Section" Language of Affirmation, The IV:37 Lead Language of Dreams, The XIV:17 Review Language of Symbols VI:36 Editorial Language of Synthesis, A XVII:36 Lead Language of the Birds, The – David M. Guss (North Point, 1986) XXXIX:10 Reviewed in "Recovery and Discovery" Language of the Inner Life XIX:7 Lead Language of the Spirit, The XXXVIII:41 Review (Defense of Ancient Springs – Raine) Language of Value, The XXI:17 Lead Language of Vision, The – Gyorgy Kepes XV:52 S. I. Hayakawa's Introductory essay to quoted in Lead, "The Age of Dilemmas" Language, Thought, and Reality (MIT Press, 1969) XXII:28 Benjamin Lee Whorf's paper quoted in Lead, "Science in Transformation" XXIV:41 Quoted from in re Hopis, in Lead, "Resonances of Mind" XXXVIII:7 Quoted in Review, on culture of the Hopi, "Appearance and Reality" XLI:18 Quoted on Hopi thought in "Changing Ways of Thinking" Lanier, Lyle H. XXVIII:10 His contribution to I'll Take My Stand quoted in Editorial, "An Engineering Theme" XXXIX:15 Re theory of the use of the machine from I'll Take My Stand in "The Writers" Lansbury, George (Pacifist MP) II:35 Reference to his pacifism in Letter from England and to his book My Quest for Peace Lansing, Alfred XII:26 His review of Endurance by Clifton Fadiman quoted in Children, "Perilous Adventures" XIV:26 Quoted in Frontiers, "Epic Struggles Through Privation," from Endurance XIV:27 Endurance briefly quoted in Children, "Primitive Moralities—and None" Lansing, Marion V:6 Discussion of her Great Moments in Freedom in Children 473 Lao Tze (Lao-Tse) (Lao-tzu) (Lao-tze) I:21 Mentioned in Buddha story—had more "social consciousness" than his contemporary I:25 Lead, "Great Reformers: Lao Tze"—quotes his Tao Te King II:39 Quoted in Letter from England II:51 Quoted: "Were I the ruler of a little State," etc. IV:41 Review of Tao Te King V:27 Quote from in Lead, "The God-Idea" VI:15 Quoted in Lead, "Acceptable Worship" VII:14 Reference to in Frontiers, "Second Thoughts on Technology" VII:52 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Bystander" IX:26 Quoted in Lead, "Thesis and Criticism" X:37 Book about The Parting of the Way by Holmes Welch quoted in Lead, "Suspended in Air" Quote in Editorial, "The Genius of Lao-Tse" XIII:31 Quoted in Lead, "What to Do. . ." XIV:52 Quoted in Lead, "The Problem of Direction" XVI:6 Quoted Tao Te Ching in Lead, "The Right to Be Wise" XVI:15 Tao Te King quoted in Lead, "On Being Human" XVI:16 Tao Te King quoted in Children, "Competition and Learning" XVI:22 Tao Te King quoted in Children, "Introduction to Taoism" XVII:32 Quoted in Lead, "Means and Signs of Change" XVIII:20 Quoted in Lead, "Problems of the Righteous" XVIII:44 Quoted in Lead, "Are We Ready to Hear?" XIX:28 Brief quote in Frontiers, "The Evolution of Synanon" XIX:50 Quoted in Review, "A Wonderful Infection" XXI:14 Tao Te King quoted in Children, "A Natural Environment" XXI:38 Quoted in Lead, "The Rules of Criticism" XXII:14 Quoted Tao Te King in Editorial, "A Matter of People" XXII:41 Quoted in Lead, "The Cloud and the Light" XXIV:8 Lional Giles translation of quoted in Frontiers, "Mobility and Stability" XXIV:44 Lin Yutang quoted from The Wisdom of China and India in re Tao Te Ching in Frontiers, "The Taoist Solution" XXV:19 Brief quote from Tao in Lead, "Two Views of Man" XXVIII:24 Quoted in Review, "Directions of Becoming" XXXI:8 Quoted in Lead, "Line and Circle" XXXI:12 Tao quoted briefly in Lead, "The Power of Mind" XXXI:51 Quoted in Lead, "Departure and Return" XXXII:41 Quoted in Lead, "A Sense of Direction" XXXIII:13 Quoted on practicing Tao in Review, "Excellence-to-Live-With" XXXIV:51 Quoted on Parting of the Way, discussed in Lead, "Gravity Between Man and Man" 474 Lao Tze—(Continued) XXXV:2 Quoted from Freedom, Aug. 22, 1981 issue, article by Brian Morris on in Frontiers, "An Anarchist and Some Socialists" XXXV:44 Quoted in Lead, "Yet People Keep on Trying" commented upon by Holmes Welch in The Parting of the Way by Welch XXXVI:37 Quoted on "neighbors" in Review, "Keeping the Country Virtuous" XXXVII:43 Quoted on returning to small, simple ways in Lead, "Country Currents" Lao Tzu and the Tao XVIII:4 Review Lapham, Lewis (Editor, Harper's) XXIX:22 Quoted April issue in Frontiers, "A More Than Technical Problem" XXX:7 Quoted Dec. 1976 Harper's in Frontiers, "Mayhem in Review" XXX:19 Quoted Mar. 1977 issue in Lead, "The Irrepressible Question" XXXI:26 Quoted April 1978 issue in Children, "No Invitation to Learning" XXXII:46 Quoted Sept. 1979 issue in Lead, "Looking Around—and Up" XXXIII:11 Quoted from Harper's in Lead, "Discoveries Found in Books" XXXIII:17 Quoted Mar. 1980 Harper's in Lead, "On Replacing the System" XXXVII:22 Quoted Feb. 1984 Harper's on narrowing effect of media in Review, "Requiem for the Renaissance" XXXVII:1 Quoted May 1984 Harper's on books in Review, "Counting Our Blessings" XXXVIII:27 Mar. 1982 Harper's "romance of crime" in "Matters of Reading" XXXIX:1 Harper's Sept. 1985 on terrorism in "The World is Something Made" XL:52 Symposium on new technology in medicine arranged by him in "What is God for Human Beings?" La Piere Richard XII:35 His The Freudian Ethic part of which was printed in Aug. 1 Saturday Review quoted from in Children, "Good-Bye to Blue Yonder" Laplace (French astronomer) I:5 Reply to Napoleon re God in Nebular Theory, in Frontiers, "The Pattern of Life" XXXIII:14 Quote from to Napoleon used in Lead, "Two Not Popular Ideas" Lappe, Frances Moore XXVIII:12 Her article in Feb. Harper's discussed and quoted in Frontiers, "Facts About Food" XXX:39 Quoted from Manchester Guardian Weekly, May 22, in Frontiers, "Less Than Encouraging" XXX:52 Quoted Oct. Rain, in Frontiers, "Some Pioneers" Lappe, Frances Moore—(Continued) XXXI:11 Her Food First reviewed in "An Indisputable Conclusion" Quoted in Editorial, "What We Can Do" XXXI:13 Food First quoted in Lead, "What Comes Next?" XXXI:50 Food First quoted in Frontiers, "Modernized Poverty" XXXII:51 Quoted Food First in Review, "The Pen Against Disaster" XXXIII:9 Quoted Food First, section "World Hunger as Big Business" in Lead, "A Characteristic State of Mind" XXXIII:24 Quoted Food First in Lead, "The Other America" XXXIII:44 Her new book What Can We Do? (with William Valentine) quoted, discussed in Frontiers of same title XXXIV:15 Mentioned in Lead, "Untouched by Numbers" XXXIV:22 Her latest efforts to bring food relief to Somalia, Africa, discussed in Frontiers, "Currents of Change" XXXIV:24-35 Exploding the Hunger Myths quoted in Children, "Subjects for Discussion" XXXV:9 Quoted from The Circle of Poison in Review, "Two Kinds of Balance" (re advertising for pesticides) XXXV:16 Quoted from What Can We Do? in Review, "Utopia Gone Wrong" XXXV:24 Quoted Food First in Frontiers, "The Challenge and the Tools" (exports from starving countries); also biographical sketch of her from East-West Journal by Alex Jack and quoted interview with her XXXVI:3 Quoted Food First (re unnecessary "scarcity") in Lead, "Uncertain Assay" XXXVI:25 Quoted Food First (exports from famine areas) in Lead, "Systems of Infrastructure" XXXVI:38 Quoted, reviewed Now We Can Speak: A Journey Through the New Nicaragua in Frontiers, "Central American 'School'" XXXVIII:38 Exploding the Hunger Myth in "Words and Myth"; also quoted Food First XXXIX:37 From Agriculture and Human Values, Spring 1985 (brief biography of her also) in "Extinction or Renewal?" XL:12 Summer 1987 Land Stewardship in "The Meaning of the Land" (Capitalism and sustainable agriculture) XLI:15 From Food First News re "values" in "They Did Not Hit Back" XLI:19 Betraying the National Interest in " The Fraud of Aid" Lapp, Dr. R. E. (Ralph E.) (Research physicist) II:44 Brief quote from Must We Hide? in "No Hiding Place Down Here" VIII:25 Quoted from his "Fall-Out and Candor" in Review, "The Commonplaces of Atomic War" Lapp, Dr. R. E. (Ralph E.)—(Continued) IX:44 Quoted re "clean" and "dirty" bombs in Frontiers, "The Way the Wind Blows" XI:36 Quoted his The Voyage of the Lucky Dragon in Review, "Britons on the 'Bomb'" XVI:2 Review of his Kill and Overkill in Dec. 1, 1962 Nation quoted in Lead, "The Religion of Man" Lapse of Materialism VIII:8 Editorial Lar School (Albuquerque, New Mexico) XVIII:52 Brochure from quoted in Children, "Education and Dr. Maslow" Large and the Small, The XXX:36 Review Larger Audience, A XXXV:17 Lead (Industry, problems of nations) Larger Awareness, A XXVIII:38 Editorial Lark, The – Gilett Burgess (May 1955) XXXVII:5 Quoted in Children, 'Various Nostalgias"; also noted in Editorial, "Note on Nostalgia" Larner, Jeremy XVII:27 Quote from his "The New York School Crisis," Spring 1964 Dissent XIX:18 His Drive, He Said discussed, quoted in Review, "Youthful Outsiders" XXII:21 Quoted from May Harper's in Lead, "Buried by 'Insights'" XXX:41 Drive, He Said quoted in Children, "The Need to Reach the Limit" LaRouche, Larry IV:17 Author of Lead, "Letter to a Friend," unsigned; reference to in Editorial, "An Encouraging Letter" Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology XXV:51 Robert Graves definition of "mythology" quoted from his introduction in Lead, "Science and Myth" Larrabea, Eric XIV:36 His comments from June Harper's quoted in Children, "The Education of the Ego" Larrabee, Prof. Harold A. XV:52 Quoted in Children, "The Off-Beat Student" Larson, Arnold B. (MANAS reader) XVIII:29 Quoted in Lead, "Doing and Being" Larson, Arthur XVIII:7 David Maxey's quote of from Jan. 26 Look given in Frontiers, "'Look' Looks at 'The Radical Right'" Larson, Enid (Biology teacher, Carmel, CA High School) X:18 Referred to by Frances V. Rummell in Together, March, in Children, "Teachers Who Break the Mold" Larson, Jeanne XL:10 Seeds of Peace (with Madge MicheelsCyrus) in Lead 475 Larson, Kathryn XII:2 Lasky III:19 High School girl who wrote on civil disobedience—follow up in Frontiers, "Repercussions" Lasagna, Dr. Louis (John Hopkins University) XXIII:43 Quoted from The Doctors' Dilemma in Frontiers, "Comment on the 'Watchdog Theory'" Lasch, Prof. Christopher XX:41 Quoted Sept. 11 Nation in Review, "On Truth and Power" XX:52 Quoted from Sept. 11 Nation in Lead, "On Changing the World" XXXIII:38 Discussed and quoted his The Culture of Narcissism in Review, "The Role of Humans" XXXIII:40 Quoted discussed in Children, "Minutely Subdivided" from The Culture of Narcissism XXXIII:44 Quoted at length and discussed in Lead, "Unfriendly Structures" XXXIV:1 Briefly quoted Culture of Narcissism in Lead, "The Quavering Quest for Certainty" XXXV:37 Quoted "Popular Culture and the Illusion of Choice" from democracy, April 1982, in Lead, "A Long Hard Road" XXXVII:37 Quoted in Editorial, "A Platonic Goal"; Harper's, Feb. 1984, "The Degradation of Work and the Apotheosis of Art" quoted in Children, "Art in America" XXXIX:8 From Katallagete (Summer 1985) in Frontiers (Orwell) XL:4 New Statesman, Aug. 29, 1986, in "The Ill of the Age" XL:15 April 1987 Harper's on Martin Luther King Laski, Harold II:21 Quoted his The Dangers of Obedience in Review, "Lucid Prose" II:40 His The American Democracy discussed in Frontiers II:48 Reference to in Frontiers, "Canon of Knowledge" III:23 Quoted his The Dangers of Obedience ("The Recovery of Citizenship") in Frontiers, "The Role of Pressure Groups" IV:44 Reference to in Children VI:26 Quoted The Rise of Liberalism in Lead, "An Unpopular Analysis" XXX:16 The American Democracy quoted in Lead, "In Quest of Balance" XXXVI:9 The Dangers of Obedience quoted, discussed in Review, "Some Wisdom from the (Recent) Past"; also see Editorial, "Regenerating Neighborhoods" XXXVI:36 Quoted The Dangers of Obedience on educational structure of the future, in Lead, "Plateau of Vision" Lasko, Dr. Alvin A. XXI:33 His paper quoted from Challenges of Humanistic Psychology in Review, "Habits and Values" Lasserre, Henri II:43 XXV:45 XXXIII:18 Lasswell, Harold D. I:14 His and Toledano's Seeds of Treason referred to in Lead, "Maturing Inconsistencies" Review Pioneer in Community by Watson Thomson, story of Henri Lasserre Quoted from Tolstoy's Intimate Diary quoted from The Communities of Tolstoyans in Editorial, "Normative Social Psychology" Briefly quoted in Lead, "The Root of Change" (Tolstoyan Communities) "The Garrison State" reviewed in Frontiers, with applicability to conditions today I:52 Reference to "The Garrison State" in Lead, "Answers to Thrasymachus" II:11 Quoted from American Journal of Sociology about segregation of individuals into isolated interest groups as result of industrialized society VI:1 Quoted from his "The Garrison State" in Lead, "The Quest for Simplicity" VIII:23 "The Garrison State" quoted in Lead, "The Mass Society" Last Change on Earth – Roger Caras (Schocken paperback, $2.95) XXVI:15 Quoted preface to in Frontiers, "Collaboration with Nature" Last Combat, The – Ralph Leveridge XVI:17 Quoted in Frontiers, "The End of 'War Morale'" Last Days of the Colorado? XXV:21 Review Last Days of the Wehrmacht X:25 Review of The Cross of Iron—Willi Heinrich Last Dramatic Questions, The XXIX:13 Lead Last Frontiers, The – Howard Fast II:39 Review in Children IV:21 Reference to in Frontiers, "Our Forty Years' War" Last Hunt, The – Milton Lott IX:16 Reviewed "An Odd Flavor for Westerns" Last of the Conquerors – William Gardner Smith II:52 Mentioned in Review of Negro pictures Last of the Prophets XXXI:47 Editorial Last of the Wine, The – Mary Renault XXIV:48 Discussed in Review, "Musings on Literature" Last Salute to the Warriors? XI:19 Review of John Hersey's Hiroshima and Mayor Willy-Charles Brou's Combat Beneath the Sea Last Summer in the Cities XX:41 Frontiers Last Unicorn, The – Peter S. Beagle (Viking and Ballantine) XXIII:35 Quoted in Review, "Recent Myth-Makers" Last Word XLI:52 Editorial 476 Last Word, A VII:7 Editorial Late Night Thoughts (essays) Lewis Thomas XXXVIII:10 Quoted re wonders of the world in Children, "Ways of Saying" Latest Overstreet Book, The X:46 Review Latham, Jean X:37 His Carry on Mr. Bowditch briefly discussed in Children Latham-Koenig, Alfred XX:49 With co-author, Julian Porter, wrote Lead, "Intermediate Technologies" Lathrop, Dorothy XXVI:26-35 Ruth Hill Viguers quote of her in Margin for Surprise given in Children, "Books, Books, Books" Latin America Review of Books – edited by Colin Harding and Christopher Roper (Latin America Review of Books, Ltd., 69 Cannon St., London EC4, and 84, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds) XXVI:36 Editors and Barry Carr, Teresa Hayer, Gary MacEoin, quoted in Frontiers, "Literature on Latin America" Latin American Quest XII:10 Editorial—Luis Monguio Latin-American "Reality" XV:19 Editorial (one of several short articles in one issue) Lattimore, Owen IV:6 Reference to his Ordeal by Slander in Frontiers, "Days of Wrath" IV:20 Quoted Ordeal by Slander in Lead, "The Invitation to Communism" IV:27-36 Reference to in Children Lau, Dr. D. C. XVIII:4 His edition of Tao Te King quoted in Review, "Lao Tzu and the Tao" Laucks, Irvin F. VIII:50 His reaction to Speak Truth to Power discussed in Review, "Proposal for NonViolent Defense" XIV:22 His letter to Editors given in Frontiers, "Disarmament and Its Difficulties" XVII:24 Given as author of quote from "The Triple Revolution" in Lead, "Which Things Are True?" XVII:41 His letter text of second portion of Frontiers, "Triple Revolution" XVIII:24 Quoted in Lead, "Systems and the Man" XVIII:15 Quoted in Lead, "The Chances for Utopia" Laucks Foundation (P. O. Box 5012, Santa Barbara, CA 93150) XXXVIII:3 Reprint of "Why Men Love War" from Esquire (Nov. 1984) in their 67th printing followed by comment by Harold Thornton in Editorial, "How Is It Possible?" Laudon, Kenneth XXIX:49 His review of Abbe Mowshowitz's The Conquest of the Will in Sept. 17 Science quoted in Children, "Progress and Default" Lauer, Quentin (Fordham) XXXIX:52 His Presidential Address from Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophers in "Why Be Good?" Lauer, Rachel M. XXI:7 Quoted from Dec. 1967 Etc. in Children, "Some Cultural Determinisms" Laufman, Dudley XV:44 Quoted The Greenleaf in Children, "The Peace Movement and Education" Laughing Whitefish – Robert Travers (Dell paperback) XX:18 Quoted in Review, "Story and Song" Laurila, S. E. (real name Moray) VII:26 Wrote Frontiers, "Business and the Liberal Arts" Lave, Charles XXXII:18 J. Baldwin's review of his Transportation and Energy quoted from Winter 1978 CoEvolution Quarterly in Frontiers, "Problems and Solutions" Lavender Hill Mob (Alec Guiness film) V:30 Reference to in Frontiers, "Vagrant Virtues of Non-Conformity" L'Avenir de la Science – Renan XXXI:1 Quoted in Children, "Stages of Knowing" Lavrin, Janko XXVII:40 Quoted his Dostoevsky in Review, "Socratic Priorities" Lavron, Pinchas VII:39 Minister of Defense for Israeli—Editorial, "'Gladiator' for Peace" Law, William (18th Century mystic) IX:43 Quoted re Sir Isaac Newton being indebted to Jacob Boehme in Frontiers, "Science and Mysticism" XXI:17 Quoted in Children, "What Mysticism Is Not" XXVI:22 Quoted in re Newton in Lead, "Octaves of Awareness" Law, The – Frederic Bastiat III:36 Discussed in Frontiers, "Search for Social Principles" Law and the Lawyers, The – compilation by S. B. Kher from Gandhi (Navajivan Publishing House, 1962) XXXV:2 Review, "For the Good of All" Law and the Social Order (quarterly published by students of College of Law, Arizona State University) XXII:50 Monroe Price quoted from 2nd issue 1969 volume in Frontiers, "The Institution of Law" Law as Education XIV:36 Frontiers Law as Teacher XVII:24 Editorial on Natural Law Law of Averages IV:18 Frontiers on Stringfellow Barr's "Let's Join the Human Race" Law of Community? XXX:3 Editorial 477 Law of Human Relations, The X:23 Lead commentary on Victor Gollancz's article, "The Meaning of Personal Freedom," MANAS, April 10 Law of Nature, A I:24 Editorial XXII:25 Editorial Law of Reasonable War, The IX:23 Review, Colliers, Herman Wouk, "The Lomokome Papers" Law of Schism, The XXIII:11 Frontiers Law of Self-Reference, The XXI:2 Editorial Law of the Sea, The XL:13 Review (Future of the Oceans) Lawes, Warden VII:35 His Twenty Thousand Years in Sing Song quoted in Lead, "The Worth of Human Life" Lawren Harris (Macmillan of Canada) XXII:51 Introduction by Northrop Frye and Lawren Harris quoted from in Review, "Canadian Painter" Lawrence, David XVIII:18 His comments on "Voice of America" broadcasts in Herald Tribune quoted, discussed in "U.S. and Religion—A New Concept" XVIII:36 Dorothy Samuel refers to in her "Letter from a Reader" in Children D. H. Lawrence: The Failure and the Triumph of Art – Eliseo Vivas XIV:30 Subject of Ralph S. Pomeroy's Review, "Phoenix as Xenophon" Lawrence, D. H. XIII:47 His Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious and Fantasia of the Unconscious quoted in Children, "Contribution from Readers" XVI:13 Adam Margoshes' discussion of his Lady Chatterley's Lover in The Village Voice Reader quoted in Editorial, "A Difficult Question" XXIII:50 Quoted This Quarter, July/Aug/Sept 1929, in Editorial, "The Meaning of Words" XXV:25 William Walsh's quote from Lawrence's Education of the People quoted from The Uses of the Imagination in Children, "Chastening Remarks" XXV:39 John Schaar's quote from his "Education of the People," in Editorial, "Beyond Equality and Inequality" XXV:50 Joyce Carol Oates' quote of in Nov. 4 Saturday Review in Lead, "At the Edge of Tomorrow" XXVII:26-35 Views on Nature quoted in Lead, "Invitation to Learning" XXIX:14 Essay "Education and the People" quoted in Lead, "Reason and Rationality" XXIX:16 Essay "Education for the People" quoted in Review, "Nothing Short of Miraculous" Lawrence, D. H.—(Continued) XXIX:18 Quoted on pine tree in Lead, "An Extraordinary Consensus" XXXIII:39 Quote from, comment on by F. R. Leavis in Lead, "No Simple Statement" XXXIII:46 The World of Lawrence, a Passionate Appreciations—Henry Miller, in Review, "The Vitality of the Artist" XXXVI:44 Quoted on "equality" in Lead, "More on Make-Believe" and from his essay, "Education for the People" Lawrence in Oaxaca – Ross Parmenter (Peregrine Smith, 1984) XXXVIII:27-36 Reviewed in "Scientists on Science" Laws – Plato XXXVIII:49 Quoted in Children, "Lessons in Harmony" XXIX:22 Quoted in Children, "Foundation of Moral Education" Laws of Manu XXVIII:9 Max Muller's quote from given in Frontiers, "The Sources of Morality" XXXIII:2 Quoted in Lead, "The Ground of Judgment," character of the Indians Laws of Social Change, The XXXIV:49 Review Lawson, Thomas XXXVIII:20 From Religions of Africa (Religious Tradition of the World) on "Religious Studies" Layman Speaks, The (Homeopathic magazine) XXVII:2 Arthur B. Green quoted from May issue, in Review, "This and That" Lazar, Ed (member of CNVA) XVI:3 Wrote Lead, "Across National Barriers" XVI:44 Quoted from Sarvodaya in Lead, "The New 'Realities'" XXI:1 His comment on Pentagon protest quoted in Frontiers, "Two Demonstration" XXVIII:18 Wrote Frontiers, "Response to the Food Crisis" XL:16 His pamphlet Common Sense (elements for a new society) in "On Making Wholes" XLI:22 From Humanities, No. 4, 1977, in "The Ordeal of Tibet" Lazaro Cardenas, Mexican Democrat – William Cameron Townsend (George Wahr Publishing Co., Ann Arbor, $4.00) V:24 Reference to and quote from in Lead, "The Reform of Institutions" Quoted in Editorial, "A Strange Parallel" Lazarus, Simon XXIII:43 Quoted in Lead, "A True Sense of the World" Lea I:12 History of the Inquisition does not suggest men need personal God Leach, Bernard XXXIII:1 Editor of The Unknown Craftsman by Soetsu Yanagi (1889-1961) recommended in Review, "The Crafts of Japan" 478 Leach, Penelope XIX:38 Learned Knife, The—(Continued) XXXV:3 Quoted in Lead, "Attractions of Ideology" Learning About Ourselves XLI:5 Editorial (Gary Nabhan) Learning After College – Nevitt Sanford, edited by Craig Comstock (Montaigne, 99 El Toyonal, Orinda, CA 94563) XXXIV:43 In Children, "On Home Instruction" Learning and Teaching XXXVII:23 Frontiers (New Alchemy Institute) Learning Disabilities: What the Publicity Doesn't Tell – Clifton Merritt (now in pamphlet, Samisdat, Box 129, Richard, VT 05476, from the author) XXXVI:19 Quoted in Children, "Learning Disabilities" Learning from Children XX:51 Editorial Learning from History XXX:8 Editorial Learning from History XXVI:18 Editorial Learning from Nature XXX:46 Editorial Learning from Nature XXX:15 Lead XXVIII:51 Lead Learning from Our Mistakes – Henry J. Perkinson XXXIII:9 Article in Etc., Spring 1979, quoted in Children, "A Conception of the Learner" Learning from the Past XXIX:47 Lead Learning to Be Free – Carl Rogers (NEA Journal) XVIII:18 Quoted in Review of Nov. 1964 TransAction, "'Conformity' and 'Freedom'— Again" Learning from "Nature" XX:27 Frontiers Learning from Work XXXII:50 Review Learning How to Live in Peace – Detlef Kantowsky (Pamphlet) XLI:42 Re Sarvodaya in Sri Lanka in Frontiers Learning Networks in Adult Education: Non-Formal Education on a Housing Estate – Paul Fordham, Geoff Poulton and Lawrence Randle (Routledge) XXXIII:51 Discussed, quoted in Children, "Origins of 'Adult Education'" Learning Society, The – Robert Hutchins XXIV:42 Quoted by Ronald Gross in Children, "Free Learning" Learning Together – Elizabeth Monroe Drews (Prentice-Hall, $7.95) XXV:38 Her quote from Ronald Laing in, given in Children, "Story by Claire Bishop" Leary, Mary XXXVII:16 Quoted from Rethinking Liberalism in Review, "Conflicting Trends" Leaven from Abroad XXXVII:26-35 Review (Heilbut—Exiled in Paradise) Leaven of an Art Form, The XXXVI:14 Editorial (Gandhi) Leaven of Malice – Robertson Davies (Clark, Irwin & Co., 1954, Curtis paper) XXVII:2 Quoted from in Review, "This and That" Her article from Anarchy No. 64 used as Children, "The Right Child" Also briefly quoted in Editorial, "To Correct Rigidity" Lead, Kindly Light – Vincent Sheean II:34 Review of Leader, Hero, Martyr XXXIX:23 Review (Martin Luther King) Leader is Honored, A II:3 Review Nagpur Times, unique way of celebrating birthday of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Indian Minister for States Leadership—One of the Mysteries XXXIV:5 Frontiers Leadership and Political Institutions in India – Richard L. Park and Irene Tinker, eds. (Princeton University Press, 1959) XIX:23 Joan Bondurant quoted from in Frontiers, "Civil Disobedience and Nuremberg Law" XIX:33 Joan Bondurant quoted from in Editorial, "The Educational Goal" XXII:8 Joan V. Bondurant quoted in Lead, "The Roots of Power" Leadership in the American Revolution (Library of Congress) XXVIII:48 Prof. Alfred H. Kelly and Gordon Wood quoted from in Lead, "Dreams of the Future" XXXIX:21 Gordon Wood quoted in "A Number of Good Books" Leadership of Teen-Age Groups – Dorothy M. Roberts (Association Press, N.Y., 1950) V:45 Quoted, discussed in Children Leading Authority, A V:40 Editorial – Brock Chisholm Leading and Teaching XXI:13 Editorial League of Anxious Men IX:29 Lead Lean Years, The – Richard Barnet (Simon and Schuster, $12.95) XXXIII:40 Discussed, quoted in Review, "Crucial Value Questions" Leaning on the Moment (Parabola, 1987) XL:16 Review, "Various Sages" Leap of Metaphor, The XXX:1 Lead Leaps and Lethargies XXIII:18 Review Lear, John XXI:42 Quoted Sept. 7 Saturday Review in Lead, "The Study of Man" XXIII:43 His Saturday Review, Oct. 3, article on the work of Dr. Henry Schroeder quoted in Frontiers, "Comment on the 'Watchdog Theory'" Lear, William P. (Industrialist) XXII:11 Perfecting steam automobile Learned Ignorance – Cusanus XXV:42 Briefly quoted in Review, "The Sacred Art" Learned Knife, The – Lawrence Hyde III:2 Long quote from in Frontiers, "A Question About 'The Soul'" 479 Leavening Social Science XXIII:20 Frontiers Leaves of Grass – Walt Whitman XXXIV:39 Quoted from "A Backward Glance" essay at close of, in Editorial, "A Note on Walt Whitman" XXXIV:50 Brief discussion of Leaves of Grass in Lead, "The Power by Which Men Live" XXXV:18 Quoted in Lead, "A Heritage of Metaphors" Leavis, F. R. XXI:31 His book Anna Karenina and Other Essays discussed and quoted in Review, "A Responsible Reader" XXI:42 Quoted his Education and the University in Children, "The Bead Game" XXIV:26-34 Quoted from Education and the University in Review, "Thoughts on Competition" XXVI:52 Quoted Education and the University in Lead, "How Will They Understand?" XXX:43 Quoted from Education and the University in Children, "A Revealing Test" XXXIII:39 Quote from Anna Karenina and Other Essays in Lead, "No Simple Statement" Lebow, Victor XXIX:21 Quoted on George C. Lodge's The New American Ideology from March 6 Nation in Frontiers, "Sprouts from Contradiction" XXIX:41 His review of Robert Heilbroner's Business Civilization in Decline quoted from July 17 Nation in Lead, "Motives or Methods? Leboyer, Frederick XXIX:4 His Birth Without Violence reviewed in Children, "Entrance to Life" Lecky, Prescott X:24 Quoted his Self-Consistency in Children, "Freedom and Self-Definition" X:25 Quoted Self-Consistency in Children Lecky, W. E. H. (19th Century historian) I:7 Attributed indifference to human suffering in Dark Ages to Europe to beliefs of common people regarding a state after death— Frontiers, "Is Immortality Important?" I:12 History of European Morals, History of the Rise of Nationalism in Europe don't suggest man needs a personal god—Lead, "Pantheistic Religion" II:2 Reference to History of European Morals in Review, "Men of Stable Mind" II:31 Quoted and referred to in Lead, "The Revival of Slavery" said Christianity gave servile virtues foremost place III:2 Reference to his studies of evolution of moral ideas in Lead, "The New Political Analysis" III:5 Reference to works in Letter from England III:28 Quoted from History of European Morals on stoicism in Lead, "Death and Rebirth" V:44 Quoted from Introduction to History of Rationalism in Lead, "A New Enlightenment?" Lecky, W. E. H.—(Continued) V:52 Quoted from History of European Morals in Frontiers, "Immortality—Again" VII:33 Quoted introduction to Rationalism in Frontiers, "Retreat to Philosophy" VIII:27 Quoted briefly in Lead, "New Climate of Opinion" XV:8 Briefly quoted from introduction to Rationalism in Lead, "What Can Be Done With Words?" XXI:34 Quoted from Rationalism in Europe in Editorial, "Self-Reference" XXVII:2 Quoted Spirit of Rationalism in Europe in Lead, "A Look at Rationalism" XXVIII:16 Quoted introduction to Rationalism in Lead, "Stages of Awakening" XXX:244 Quoted from History of European Morals in Lead, "Ideas and Beliefs" XXXIV:22 Quoted from History of European Morals in Lead, "Behind the Web" (motives for action) XXXV:35 Quoted from Rationalism in Europe in Editorial, "New Images for Old" XXXIX:17 History of Rise of Rationalism in "How Opinions are Formed" XL:48 Quoted above on rise of ideas in "Become What You Are" LeCron, Leslie (Psychiatrist, Authority on Hypnosis) X:29 Mentioned in Review of Beyond the Five Senses in Review of same title, he is one of the contributors Lecture You Should Have Heard, A X:6 Review of Krutch Lederer, William J. XII:1 Review of his and Eugene Burdick's The Ugly American Lee, Dr. Dorothy XV:32 Quoted from Fall 1961, Journal of Humanistic Psychology in Children, "Autonomous Motivation" XV:40 Quoted from same source as above in Children, "Correspondence and Notes" XXII:41 Quoted from Freedom and Culture in Children, "Ecology for the Young" Lee-Hamilton XXX:37 Hearn's discussion of his poem on sea-shell quoted in Lead, "What Is It To Know?" Lee, Harper XIV:47 To Kill a Mockingbird quoted in Children, of same title Lee, Irving J. V:35 Quoted from Etc. article in Review, "SelfCorrectives and Scientism" Lee, Matthew XLI:44 From Inner City Press and Progressive June 1988 by Holly Metz in "A City Rebuilds Itself" Lee, Nancy XXIX:43 Her account of "Bridgehouse Voluntary School of Homesteading Arts" quoted from Rain, May, in Children, "Gift of the World" 480 Lee, Patrick XXXV:22 Lee, Richard B. XXII:47 Leeflang, Sietz XXXVII:17 Leer, Norman XXII:53 XXXIII:8 Lees, Hannah IX:18 Lefaivre, Liane XXIX:14 Lefkoff, Merle XXXII:36 LeGuin, Ursula—(Continued) XXV:52 The Farthest Shore and Tombs of Atuan mentioned in Children, "Bulls, Magic, and Jails for Children" XXVII:47 Discussion of Wizard of Earthsea by Brian Aldiss quoted in Review, "History of Science Fiction" XXVII:49 Her article quoted July 8 Christian Science Monitor in Review, "About Metaphors" Lehane, Brendan XXV:46 His The Quest of Three Abbots discussed, quoted in Review, "Irish Independence" Lehman, Godfrey XXXIX:24 From Strider Commentary Jan. 1986 re Jury Duty in "Some Recent Reports" Lehman, Herbert H. (Former Governor of New York) X:52 Quoted his address, spoke of influences flowing out of Big Business in Frontiers, "A Problem of Focus" XI:40 Quoted him from July 11 Progressive on need for basic revision of educational thinking in Children, "Educational Debated, Continued" Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher XXX:20 His review of Kai Erikson's Everything in its Path quoted, N.Y. Times, Feb. 7, in Frontiers, "On the Side of Life" Leibniz – John Theodore Merz (J. B. Lippincott, 1884) III:4 Referred to in Lead, "Men with Ideas" IX:17 Quoted by Ducasse in Lead on after life— "Of what use would it be to you, sir, to become king of China, on condition that you forgot what you have been?" IX:41 Brief quote from in Lead, "Psychology— East and West" X:45 Quoted re summary of Leibnizian theory by Herbert Wildon Carr in Frontiers, "Some Philosophical Borrowings" Quoted by John Theodore Merz and Prof. H. H. Price on his theories in Frontiers XXXIV:6 Quoted in Lead, "The Theory of the Monads" XXXV:1 Discussed "Monads" in Lead, "Two General Outlooks" XXXV:50 Quoted in Editorial, "Help from Geometry" Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm II:2 Sought to explain entire universe as made up of primary units of consciousness ("monads") III:4 "Men with Ideas"—first of series Leibowitz, Samuel S. (Defense lawyer, judge) VII:35 Reference to in Lead on capital punishment, "The Worth of Human Life" Leighton, Dr. Alexander II:48 Discussion of his report on Japanese morale in 1944-45 (showing atom bomb not necessary in Lead, "Day of Reproach" Leinster, Murry V:18 Quoted his story, "The Lonely Planet" in Review, "Science Fiction" Quoted his Oct. 25, 1981 story in L.A. Times re "barter" in Frontiers, "'We-Know-Now'" Edited Man the Hunter (co-editor, Irven DeVore) which was discussed, quoted in Review, "In Apprehension How Like A…" Interview with from Resurgence, Nov/Dec 1983 quoted in Frontiers (farming, organic, etc.) "News from Holland" Quoted Summer/Fall 1969 issue of New Directions in Teaching in Children, "Teaching and Non-Teaching Situations" Quoted from New Directions in Teaching in Children, "The Reaching Profession" Her Reporter article, "Carpentry, Typing, and a Little Shakespeare" quoted in Children Quoted from Sept. 1975 Journal of Architectural Education in Frontiers, "Colbert's Reform" Quoted from Sun-Rep News (first issue) in Frontiers, "The Ecology of Bad Decisions" Left, Right, and Center IV:2 Editorial Left To Do XXIX:9 Editorial Legacy, The – Nevil Shute VI:28 Reference to in Children Legacy of India, The – G. T. Garratt IX:14 Radhakrishnan article on Hinduism from quoted in Frontiers, "A 'Spiritual' Problem" Legacy of the German Refugee Intellectuals – Robert Boyers (Schocken, 1972) XXV:18 "Memoir" by Henry Pachter quoted from in Frontiers, "Refugees in America" Legacy of the Mahatma, The XI:14 Review (Gandhi) Legal and Criminal Psychology – edited by Hans Toch XVI:19 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Psychology of the Death Penalty Legend in the Dust – Frank O'Rourke X:38 Reviewed and quoted in Review, "Western Adventure" Legge VII:44 His Forerunners and Rivals of Christianity quoted in Frontiers, "Philosophical Religion" XII:17 Forerunners mentioned in Editorial, "New Temper in Religion" Legitimate Individualism, A XXXVI:24 Lead Legitimate Link with the Establishment XXIII:7 Frontiers LeGuin, Ursula XXV:44 Her A Wizard of Earthsea discussed, quoted in Children, "Magic and Myth" 481 Leipzig Connection, The – Prof. Lance Klass XXXII:6 Quoted in Lead, "Time for Separate Ways" Leisure-Time Dilemma, The – Dr. Henry Winthrop XVIII:32 Frontiers Leisurely Journey XV:47 Review Lemisch, Jesse XXI:24 Quoted from Towards a New Past: Dissenting Essays in American History, in Frontiers, "The Importance of History" LeMonde (French magazine) XXXIII:49 Translated in Manchester Guardian, Aug. 31, 1980 issue of article by Pierre Audibert quoted in Editorial, "No Easy Way" (re farming, soil, etc.) XXXIV:13 Long quote from in Oct. 1980 issue of Science for Villages in Frontiers, "Solar Cookers, Biogas, and Trees" (by Marc Amboise) L'Engle, Madeleine XXXIII:41 Her A Wrinkle in Time reviewed in Children, "Book Reviews" Lenin, Nikolai I:28 His methods upheld by Trotsky in Their Morals and Ours I:33 Brief quote from his The Infantile Sickness of Leftism in Communism in Letter from England II:19 Life of consecration whatever historical consequences of his ideas XII:12 Reference to Empirio-Criticism in Lead, "The Haters of Metaphysics" XIV:24 Quoted in Lead, "The Romantic Spirit" XXX:17 Valeriu Marcu's quote from in his Foreign Affairs article, April 1943, used in Lead, "The Persuasive Art" Lenke, Hal XIX:15 Quoted from Mar/Apr Humanist in Lead, "Images and Iconoclasts" Lenoir, Paul I:42 Quoted from New Republic on Catholicism on "Religion and the Press" Lens, Sidney VI:43 Review of his "Eyes on India" article VII:31 Quoted his Mau Mau story in Toward Freedom in "Arts of Peace" VII:47 Quoted from Antioch Review article XI:8 Quoted his Sept. Progressive article, "The Second Communist Revolution" in Frontiers, "The Bright Side of the Sputnik" XII:4 Quoted in Lead, "What Are We Arguing About?" Quoted in Editorial, "When Silence is 'News'" XII:6 Quoted Progressive article, "The Mass Man," in Lead, "Where Is the Enemy?" XVIII:25 Quoted from Liberation in Lead, "Peace and Justice" XXIX:15 Quoted Feb. Progressive in Frontiers, "Continuing Diagnosis" Lens, Sidney—(Continued) XXXI:38 Quoted from Nation, May 27, 1978, in Frontiers, "Why We Buy Armaments" XXXV:2 Quoted from Progressive, Oct. 1981 on Jugoslavia, in Frontiers, "An Anarchist and Some Socialists" Lens of Reality, The XII:44 Lead L'Envoi IX:23 Editorial, "Harijan Folds" Leonard, David P. XIV:27 His letter to MANAS Editors quoted in Lead, "The Issues Behind the Issue" Leonard, George B. XXXVIII:1 Quoted Nov. Harper's in Frontiers, "Sides of an Argument" XXXVIII:26-35 Quoted from Esquire, Dec. 1983, on A. Maslow's life and work in Frontiers, "A Pattern Found on Earth" Leon-Portilla, Miguel XXII:44 His two books, Aztec Thought and Culture and Pre-Columbian Literatures of Mexico discussed, quoted in Review, "Ancient Americans" XXVI:50 Quoted from Aztec Thought in Lead, "A Change of Mind" XXX:12 Aztec Thought quoted in Editorial, "America Before the Fall" XXXII:19 Aztec Thought quoted in Lead, "A Man of Riches" Leonard, George B. XX:2 Quoted from Dec. 27, 1966 Look in Children, Light Going On" XXVIII:1 Quoted November Harper's in Frontiers, "Sides of an Argument" Leonard, Thom XXXVIII:51 Interview East-West Journal, Aug. 1985, with Berry and Jackson in "Two Farmers on Agriculture" XL:23 From Grain Exchange in "Help for Subsistence Farmers" Leopold, Aldo V:31 Review of his A Sand County Almanac, "Treasures in Bureaus" VI:3 A Sand County Almanac quoted in Review, "Human Ecology" XXII:4 Quoted A Sand County Almanac in Lead, "To Think Like a Mountain" XXII:9 Quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Editorial, "The Ethical Stance" XXII:13 Quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Review, "The Green and Pleasant Land" XXII:17 Quoted in Lead, "Our Duty Above All" XXII:26 Briefly quoted in Lead, "Man Speaks for the World" XXIII:8 Quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Review, "Volunteer Philosophers" XXIII:15 Quote from A Sand County Almanac in Lead, "Archetypes of Search" 482 Leopold, Aldo—(Continued) XXIII:44 A Sand County Almanac mentioned in Frontiers, "A Science of Human Well-Being" XXIV:3 His essay "Natural History" quoted in Editorial, "The Pastoral Tradition" XXIV:4 Round River and A Sand County Almanac discussed, quoted in Frontiers, "A Penalty of Ecological Knowledge" XXIV:50 Chapter, "The Land Ethic" quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Lead, "The Everyday Things" XXVII:25 "Marshland Elegy" quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Editorial, "Sand Country" XXVII:52 Quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Lead, "The Context of Life" XXVIII:18 Quoted from A Sand County Almanac in Lead, "The Work of Humans" XXVIII:21 Quoted in Children, "On Learning from History" XXVIII:22 Quoted on hobbies A Sand County Almanac in Children, "On Gyroscopes" XXVIII:43 Quoted in Lead, "The Resources of the Age" XXIX:7 A Sand County Almanac quoted in Lead, "What Stands in the Way?" XXX:5 A Sand County Almanac quoted in Lead, "An Extraordinary Consensus" XXX:44 Quoted in Lead, "The Distance Between" XXXII:23 Quoted A Sand County Almanac on killing a grizzly bear in Frontiers, "Evolving a Language" XXXII:43 Quoted A Sand County Almanac in Review, "The Province of Philosophy" XXXIII:6 Quoted A Sand County Almanac in Lead, "A Modest Pursuit of Reality" XXXIII:21 Briefly quoted in Lead, "Not As Solutions" XXXIII:23 His work and family discussed, quoted in Science, Mar. 5, 1980 by Luther J. Carter in Frontiers, "The Practice of Authentic Science" XXXVI:25 Quoted from Sand County Almanac (interdependency) in Lead, "Systems of Infrastructure" XXXVI:40 Quoted from Sand County Almanac in Lead, "Hardly Welcome Allies" (appreciation of wilderness by the scholar) XXXVIII:25 Round River quoted in "A Needed 'Shift of Attention'" XXXIX:7 Sand County on cranes, his life, in "A Mind that Loved the Land" XL:36 Soil and Survival in "The Persuasions of Nature" XLI:2 His writings quoted in "Green Fire" XLI:6 Aldo Leopold: The Man and H is Legacy reviewed XLI:38 A Companion of a Sand County Almanac reviewed in "A Lonely Hero"; also see Editorial Leopold, Aldo XLI:6 Review of above book 483 Leonard, Aldo: The Man and His Legacy – Thomas Tanner, ed. (Soil Conservation Society of America, 7413 N.E. Ankeny Rd., Ankeny, Iowa, 50021-9764) XLI:6 Review in "Aldo Leopold" XLI:52 Quoted A Sand County Almanac in "Some Heroes" Leopold, Luna XXX:11 Selections from forthcoming book, Water in Environmental Planning, quoted from CoEvolution Quarterly in Review, "Tracking the Water Supply" Lepke, Louis III:12 This racketeer mentioned in Review of Prison Etiquette Lerch, Major General Archer L. IV:9 Quoted in Editorial, "What Can a Man Do?" as to his reaction on first atom bomb Lerner, Daniel XII:21 His article from American Scholar, Spring 1958, quoted in Frontiers, "The Morality of Fun" Lerner, Lawrence S. XXVII:1 Quoted in re Bruno from April 1973 Scientific American in Lead, "The Birth of Philosophy" Lerner, Max IX:15 Author of It is Later Than You quoted in Review, "American Scholar Symposium" X:33 Quoted his column on Catholic pronouncements against "steady dating" in Children, "Background for Marriage" X:47 Quoted his article "Assault on the Mind" from New York Post in Children, "The Deadly Complacency" XXVI:45 Quoted introduction to Ferdinand Mount's The Theatre of Politics in Review, "A Disarming Book" XXIX:2 Introduction to report, "The Shame of the Professions" quoted from Nov. 1, 1975 Saturday Review in Lead, "Morality and Character" XXXVI:45 Quoted from Macdonald's Politics in "Words Worth Preserving" LeShan, Lawrence XXXIII:45 His article in Assn. for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter quoted in Frontiers, "An Uneven Mix" LeShan, Eda J. XXI:26 Her The Conspiracy Against Childhood discussed and quoted in Children, "Children Are Not 'Products'" XXII:6 Quoted from The Conspiracy Against Childhood in Lead, "A Small Amount of Truth" XXVI:47 Briefly quoted from Conspiracy in Children, "Teaching or Taoism?" XXXI:37 Briefly quoted from Conspiracy Against Childhood in Children, "Teaching and Testing" Lesiuk, Stephen (Sydney University, Australia) XXXVI:12 Quoted from Permaculture in Frontiers, "Encouraging Developments" Les Mandarins – Simone de Beauvoir X:7 Reviewed in "A Novel of France" Less and More of Art, The XXXIV:18 Review—discussion of "mimesis" Less and Less Water XL:47 Editorial, "The Lessons of Agronomy" (W. Jackson) Less is More – edited by Goldian Vandenbroeck (Harper & Row paper, 1978) XXXII:23 Reviewed in "On Affordable Reforms," also Schumacher's preface to quoted, and Robert Henri and "AE" XXXII:39 Quote from Schumacher's preface in Lead, "The Problem is Set" Less Soil, Higher Costs, Less Food XXXVIII:13 Frontiers Less Than Encouraging XXX:39 Frontiers Less Than Words Can Say – Richard Mitchell (Little, Brown 1979) XXXIII:39 Quoted, discussed in Children, "On English and Speeches" Lessing II:45 Brief reference to his Education of the Human Race Lessing, Doris XII:24 Her article in Promethean Review quoted in Editorial, "Limbo of the Present"; also mention of her Retreat to Innocence XII:35 Her Retreat to Innocence quoted in Frontiers, "The World They Never Made" XXVIII:5 Her essays, A Small Personal Voice, quoted in Lead, "Old and New Dramas" XXVIII:6 Quoted her preface to The Golden Notebook in Children, "Noticing the Unnoticed" XXVIII:9 Her remarks on Olive Schreiner's Story of an African Farm quoted from A Small Personal Voice in Review, "One Who Escaped" XXVIII:26-35 Quoted in Children, "The Discipline of History" XXVIII:45 Sept. 6 Nation review of her The Memoirs of a Survivor quoted in Lead, "A Kind of Toxemia" XXXIV:45 Quote from Golden Notebook in On Being a Teacher (Kozol) used in Children, "Where Change Begins" Lessing, Gotthold XXXIV:14 Quoted Education of the Human Race in Lead, "A Difficult Inquiry" Lessing and the Enlightenment – Henry A. Allison (University of Michigan Press, 1966) XX:35 Quoted in Children, "School and Society" XX:36 Gotthold Ephraim Lessing quoted from in Review, "Gotthold Ephraim Lessing"; also quoted Allison's preface and summary XXX:14 Quoted in Lead, "A Difficult Inquiry" Lesson from Current History, A XVII:25 Frontiers on Synanon, quote from Walker Winslow's "A Lesson from History" re Lewis Yablonsky's The Tunnel Back: Synanon Lesson from History, A – article by Walker Winslow XVII:25 Quoted at length in Frontiers, "A Lesson from Current History" re Dorothea Dix Lesson in Policy, A XXXIV:44 Editorial (re violence) Lesson in Socialism, A – T. J. Shelly (pamphlet of Foundation for Economic Education) IV:13 Discussed in Children Lesson of Bronxville, The XXX:48 Frontiers Lesson of the Master, The XV:4 Review Lessons of Pathology, The XV:17 Lead Lessons of War, The XXI:33 Editorial Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed – Philip Hallie (Harper & Row, 1979, $12.95) XXXII:36 Quoted in Lead, "The Uses of Truth" Lester, Julius XXIV:16 Quoted from his Liberation column, Dec. 1970, in Review, "Mylai—In the Magazines" Lester, Robert C. XLI:13 Reviewed Buddhism—The Path to Nirvana in "Teachings of the Buddha" Let Man Prevail – Erich Fromm XVII:14 Quoted in Frontiers, "Contemporary Socialist Directions" XXVI:44 Quoted in Lead, "Wide, Unopened Spaces" XXVII:12 Quoted in Lead, "Questions About Revolution" Let My People Go – Albert Luthuli XVI:44 Introduction by Charles Hooper quoted in Lead, "The New 'Realities'" XXXV:51 Quoted in Review, "African Pain" Let No Man Write My Epitaph – Willard Motley XII:40 Quoted in Review, "Judge—Judge Not" Let the Child Draw – Van Dearing Perrine (Frederick A. Stokes, 1936) XXVII:38 Discussed, quoted in Children, "He Wouldn't Teach" Let the Patient Decide – A Doctor's Advice to Older Persons – Louis Shattuck Baer, M.D. XXXIII:5 Quoted in Review by Paul B. Johnson, "Body and Soul" Let There Be A World – Felix Greene XVII:10 Quoted by William Mathes in his Review, "No Winners, No Survivors" Let Us Be Reasonable I:51 Frontiers, about producing a reasonable man instead of spending that on research for destructive purposes from San Francisco Chronicle 484 Let Us Have Peace—the Life of Ulysses S. Grant – Howard N. Meyer (Collier Books, 1966) XXVI:4 Quoted in Children, "Toward a New Economics" Let Us Now Praise Famous Men – James Agee (reissued in paperback, 1980) XXXIII:47 Discussed evolution of this book, how it came about in Lead, "The Writer's Plight" Let's Always Have an England XII:48 Review Let's Have Healthy Children – Adelle Davis V:34 Quoted in Children Let's Join the Human Race – Stringfellow Barr (University of Chicago Press) IV:18 Reviewed in Frontiers, "The Law of Averages" VI:12 Reviewed in longer version Citizens of the World, in "Stringent Talk" Let's Live (magazine) X:36 Quoted in Frontiers, "The 'Cholesterol' Puzzle" Let's Live at Home – Irvine and Rachel Millgate (Harpers, 1949) VII:48 Reviewed in Children Let's Stop Blaming Parent – Howard Whitman II:49 Woman's Home Companion, Sept. 1949 article discussed in Children Let's Talk About Cars IX:12 Frontiers Letter on "Aristocracy," A XVI:33 Frontiers Letter on the "Classics," A XVI:10 Frontiers Letter from a Friend– Raymond Rogers VIII:15 "A Share of the Responsibility" IX:8 Editorial, "Report from the Publishers" Letter from Africa (See also Letter from South Africa) X:26 XII:18 XV:22 XV:27 Letter from (Bavarian Letter) I:24 If the stones of Germany preach nihilism, there are hearts that preach brotherhood and love and truth I:40 Effect of packages on German people Letter from Beirut XII:30 XVII:29 Letter from Belgrade XII:20 XIII:24 Letter from Bulgaria XIII:28 Quoted Bulgarian Graphic Art – Evtim Tomov, Modern Bulgarian Poetry, The Cultural Development of Bulgaria Letter from Canada IX:14 Maurice Lowe IX:25 Lowe X:10 Killing for sport Letter from Central Europe I:3 I:7 I:10 I:15 What American periodicals say about Central European conditions I:23 I:28 I:32 Quotes from literature on subject of bad times I:37 I:42 I:49 "Editorial Dialogue" I:52 II:4 Corrie van den Box Discusses Freetown, Sierra Leone II:10 II:14 II:20 II:22 XV:29 XV:30 XV:35 XV:37 Roving Correspondent II:27 II:33 Discusses dilemma produced by education Review of Economic Development in South East Europe About "Father State" Statistics on working population as to ages Political parties II:40 Letter from Alaska II:37 II:50 III:4 III:8 Letter from Albany, Georgia XVIII:19 Frontiers—letter from Eliza Jackson (Albany Library) quote from Albany proposal Letter from America I:43 VI:5 VI:12 Types of literature since WWII III:19 III:25 III:29 III:38 III:44 IV:5 II:46 Volksdeutschen Liechtenstein Peace Treaty Capital punishment Franz Joseph IV:11 VI:19 IV:23 XV:1 IV:39 485 Letter from Central Europe—(Continued) IV:46 Letter from England—(Continued) I:4 V:7 V:17 I:8 Im Schatten der Hofburg – Countess von Stockhausen I:11 I:16 V:22 I:20 V:31 I:25 V:33 I:29 V:37 I:33 V:45 I:38 VI:1 I:46 VI:6 I:50 VI:10 II:1 VI:21 II:6 VI:32 II:11 II:16 II:20 II:25 II:29 II:39 VI:37 VI:43 VI:46 VI:48 VI:50 II:44 VI:52 II:49 VII:6 III:2 VII:11 III:5 VII:14 VII:20 VII:32 III:11 Avalanches III:14 III:18 III:24 III:28 VII:39 VII:51 VIII:3 VIII:14 Germany Anschluss—union with On General Elections On hydrogen bomb Crime and punishment III:33 III:35 III:37 III:39 III:41 III:43 III:46 III:48 VIII:18 VIII:25 VIII:29 re Joan Price, quoted Laws of Manu Aldous Huxley on radio Statistics on increasing crime Cruelty to animals Pacifism in England Peace Treaty VIII:49 VIII:52 IX:44 IX:47 Criminal cases—"expert" III:50 X:7 X:29 Hungarian refugee problem III:52 IV:2 Catholics South Africa—Seretse Khama Korea Idea of a university Gambling, horse racing, etc. Population Shaw IV:4 Letter from Chile VI:25 IV:5 IV:8 VI:51 Letter from Cyprus VI:27 IV:10 Letter from Eastern Europe by the Roving Correspondent XVII:32 Concerning culture and economics in Moscow and Poland XXIX:34 Discusses question of "authority" XXIII:13 Discusses situation in Czechoslovakia Letter from England I:1 IV:14 IV:12 IV:16 IV:20 IV:22 IV:25 IV:38 486 Margaret Greig Letter from England—(Continued) IV:40 IV:43 IV:45 Letter from Finland XI:46 Godwin XI:49 Letter from Florida IX:19 Letter from France I:18 IV:47 IV:49 IV:52 Fraudulent Mediums Bill V:2 V:4 V:8 Godwin Godwin restoration of King's health I:27 I:34 Bertrand Russell On bureaucracy II:5 II:31 II:45 V:20 Selections from students' papers I:44 I:48 V:13 V:26 V:48 Borsodi About Garry Davis Education—classes nouvelles Garry Davis jailed for picketing prison where c.o. held VI:2 III:9 VI:9 IV:42 VI:23 V:11 VI:34 V:49 VI:41 VI:44 VII:10 VI:8 XV:8 Capital punishment Letter from a Friend II XVI:36 Frontiers Letter from Galilee (Shlomo Sokol) XII:11 About Kibbutz living—communal groups Letter from a Generation XIV:50 Frontiers Letter from Geneva XI:47 Paul Johnson XII:32 VII:18 VII:41 VIII:8 VIII:17 VIII:21 VIII:34 IX:13 X:3 X:27 X:40 X:49 XI:24 XI:36 XII:10 XII:28 XII:42 XII:1 XIII:16 XIII:32 XIII:51 XIV:12 XIV:22 XIV:52 XV:13 Eleanor Switzer, Communities of Work Censorship Editorial, "More Than a Matter of Words" Mrs. Knight on BBC-Humanist approach Acland on the H-Bomb Acland and feeling on H-Bomb Capital punishment Capital punishment Reaction to Suez Planning for communities Atomic war BBC Prime Minister ignores Bertrand Russell's plea to stop testing nuclear weapons Report on world church conference in which archbishop remarks that it may be God's will that the human race should destroy itself in a nuclear war Michael Scott, and weakness of church of England Decision of Cambridge University to abolish Latin and Greek as compulsory subjects Comments on Kruschev's proposals for disarmament while visiting U.S. Comments on corporal punishment Discusses TV programs for children Discusses Crockford's Clerical Directory with anonymous essay on episcopate Discusses legal decision on D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover Discusses Bertrand Russell Discusses delinquent youth Discusses visit to The Netherlands Discusses trial of those who invaded R.A.F. base at Wethersfield XIII:38 XIV:49 Discusses division of Germany and question of Berlin XIV:51 Letter from Germany I:9 I:13 I:19 Denazification I:30 I:35 I:41 I:47 I:51 II:3 II:8 II:12 II:17 History of Berlin II:19 II:24 Self-pity, German-language MANAS II:34 III:6 III:22 III:26 487 Rise of new "Fuehrer"—Stalin SAG factories Free German Youth Letter from Germany—(Continued) III:34 Letter from India—(Continued) XI:8 C.V.G. – Politics XII:39 On Gramdan activities—Ram Vyas author XIII:8 C.V.G. (Gopalakrishna) discusses Walter Lipmann's "The Economic Revolution in India" XIV:38 Narayan Desai writes on peace volunteer movement XIV:45 Ram Yuas XV:9 Reports on Goa XV:38 Lead article by C.V.G. XVI:13 Discussion of social structure of India by Baldoon Dhingra Letter from Israel XIII:30 III:40 III:51 IV:9 IV:21 Fritz Roerig vs. Alfred Neusel IV:27-36 IV:41 V:5 V:16 V:21 V:25 V:32 V:35 V:42 Monat "German Report"—Heinz Kraschutzki XXII:41 Letter from Italy I:14 V:51 VI:11 VI:14 VI:17 Reference to in Editorial, "Compulsions of Politics "Berlin Letter"—Heinz Kraschutzki I:22 I:26 I:31 I:39 VII:30 XIII:11 XIII:17 Letter from Japan II:36 VI:28 VI:38 VI:45 VI:49 VII:37 Adele Wehmeyer Letter from Grosvenor Square – John Gilbert (Winant) I:38 Reference to Letter from India I:2 III:16 III:23 III:27 III:36 National Union of Students A secular or a religious State? Panchayats—village republics Discontent of people with prohibition polity World Pacifist Meeting On Gandhi's birthday—quotations from him to show main currents of though motivating him IV:7 IV:15 IV:18 IV:37 IV:44 Results of Occupation V:19 C.V.G. on Kashmir Vinoba Bhave's Bhoodan (land-gift movement) D.V. Reddy—counterletter from C.V.G. On comeback of Shintoism V:3 V:10 Ram Vyas C.V.G. C.V.G. X:37 Feeling about rearmament Effect of post-war on old people IV:24 Sarvodaya Fellowship Vinoba Bhave Result of elections Result of elections Vinoba Bhave X:25 X:35 Lafacadio Hearn IV:1 IV:3 VIII:16 VIII:22 VIII:39 VIII:51 Communists III:42 III:49 I:12 IV:17 IV:51 V:12 V:27 V:38 VI:35 Implications of Lateran Pact Italian education Croce and Gramsci Italian Bourgeois Adele Wehmeyer American Abroad Correspondent in Italy II:47 I:5 II:30 II:38 II:48 III:3 III:12 III:47 Roving Correspondent experiences in a kibbutz Influx of war toys, moves toward rearmament Academic freedom, or lack of it V:24 V:40 V:50 VI:3 VI:20 VI:31 VIII:9 VIII:30 488 Letter from Japan—(Continued) XIII:31 Letter from Norway—(Continued) VI:1 Above quoted in Lead, "The Quest for Simplicity" VI:47 XIII:32 XXIII:48 Letter from Jordan V:52 VI:7 VI:15 VIII:7 XXI:12 XXIII:14 K. Ukaji VII:17 Letter from Pakistan XII:37 Paul Johnson "Jack" of many countries U.S. Information Center opening Letter from Poland XVII:16 Letter from Prague XIII:23 Re University of Jordan Tells of starvation of children and inflation problems XV:4 Letter from Kenya XXIX:37 Frontiers Letters from Lambarene XI:31 Frontiers by Dr. Frederick Franck Letter from Lebanon VI:26 Mrs. Milton Mayer Letter from Scotland II:2 Letter from South Africa (see also Letter from Africa) II:7 Alan Paton II:15 Margaret Snell II:23 Margaret Snell, Citizenship requirements II:32 Margaret Snell, Citizenship requirements II:43 Christian-National education III:1 On Mrs. Robeson's book Editorial, "Problems of 'Justice'" III:10 Voertrekkers III:21 Apartheid III:31 Group Areas Bill, Unlawful Organization Bill, etc. III:45 Tribal murders See also Editorial, "The Noble Savage" IV:19 V:41 V:47 Lady of Guadalupe VI:24 VI:39 VII:5 Oaxaca Letter from the Middle East XXI:28 V:1 V:9 V:29 V:34 V:43 VI:22 VI:36 Letter from Morocco IV:48 V:6 V:23 Letter from Moscow VII:46 "Torch Commando" "Indian Problem" in South Africa "Entrenched Clauses" Natal Mrs. Snell Joseph Mokoena VI:42 William Maclellan, Glasgow, see also Editorial, "Another Letter on 'The East'" XI:32 Editorial, Sol Ruden, Philadelphia Orchestra XIII:12 Paul Johnson XIII:19 Frontiers XIV:25 Discusses May Day Parade XIV:27 Discusses "An Evening of Friendship" XIV:32 Discusses living conditions XX:9 Discusses "New Soviet Man" Letter from (Netherlands Letter) I:17 XII:27 XII:34 XX:52 Letter from Spain XII:21 Corrie van den Bos Corrie van den Bos From Paul Johnson Letter from Sweden V:14 V:39 Letter from Switzerland I:21 Letter from Norway IV:13 I:36 I:45 IV:26 IV:50 V:30 V:53 Frontiers XIII:27 Letter from Mexico V:36 VII:9 VII:13 Situation under Communist leadership described Letter from Romania XXVIII:15 VI:4 VI:13 Forfang II:9 Forfang Folk High Schools Forfang II:13 II:18 489 Pledge of Rutli Letter from Switzerland—(Continued) II:26 About Bircher Bill which proposed checking everyone for t.b. II:42 On Initiative II:51 About Oxford Movement—Chuchmanism III:15 About BIT-Bureau Internationale de Travail III:20 Organisation Internationale des Refugies III:30 Letter to a Generation – Sen. Ralph E. Flanders X:19 Quoted in Children, "The Debate on Disarmament" Letter to a Psychiatrist IX:17 Frontiers Letter to a Teacher --written by eight Italian schoolboys, translated by Nora Rossi and Tom Cole (Random House) XXV:7 Quoted, also Dr. Robert Coles and John Holt's comments quoted from in Children, "A Place that Deserves Fame" XXVI:14 Quoted in Children, "The First Nursery School" Letter to America V:28 Letter from Syria VI:30 Letter from the Night (Walker Winslow) X:46 Letters XI:2 Letters: Walker Winslow, Yeats XI:23 Letters: Walker Winslow, Robert Frost Letter from the Past (also Letters) V:15 V:44 Letter from the UN XI:42 Letter from the Yukon III:32 Letter to the President XI:13 Frontiers, Louise K. Burr Letter to the Soviets – Solzhenitsyn, 1974 XXXIV:18 Quoted from in Children, "A 'Social Study'?" re quality of life in Russie before Peter the Great Letters from AE – edited by Alan Denson (Abelard-Schuman, 1961) XXVI:38 Discussed and quoted in Review, "George Russell" Letters from a Chinese Official (American edition, McClure, Phillips & Co.) XXVIII:17 Reviewed in "A Measure of Civilization" XXVIII:43 Quote from foreword to in Review, "G. Lowes Dickinson" XXXII:14 Quoted in Review, "John McTaggart" Letters from an American Farmer – Crevecoeur IX:13 Quoted from in Lead, "The New Men" XX:12 Quoted in Lead, "Coming of Age in the World" Letters from Mississippi XIX:26 Quoted in Lead, "Access for Peace-Makers" Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, The XXXIV:23 As discussed in Wilson's Eight Essays in Lead, "On Self-Evolvers" Letters on India XI:11 Frontiers concerned with BKD's answer to C.V.G.'s article in MANAS, Jan. 15, "Disillusioned India" Letters to an Ex-Priest – Emmet McLoughlin (Lyle Stuart, Inc.) XVIII:37 Brief mention of in Lead, "Some Thinking About Religion" Letters to a Young Poet – Rainer-Maria Rilke X:48 Quoted in Children, "A Poet Educates" Letters to Felice – Franz Kafka XXVI:44 Briefly discussed in Review, "Not That, But This" Leuba, Clarence XXIX:16 Taped conversation with Dr. Morgan quoted in Children, "The Long Road" Leuba, James H. V:8 Quoted in Editorial, "The Heavenly Prospect" re twice as many bankers as writers believing in the God of the churches Tolstoy Correspondent in Geneva Letter from Tom – Thomas Merton (Scarsdale, NY, Fort Hill Press, 1984) XXXVII:9 Quoted ("non-resistant mutants") to W. H. Ferry (Ping) Letter from Venezuela XVIII:47 Frontiers XXIX:1 Above quoted from Nov. 24 MANAS in Lead, "The Lonely Free" Letter from Vienna VII:49 Helene Scheu-Riesz VIII:12 Letter from Warsaw XII:16 XIII:20 XIV:13 Paul Johnson Paul Johnson From Prof. at University, Warsaw, to executives of American Friends Service Committee in U.S. XIV:29 Letter from West Africa XX:14 Discussed "progress" of last five years XX:18 Part II discusses efforts to combat endemic disease Letter from Yugoslavia XIV:42 Letter on Anarcho-Pacifism – George Reeves X:33 Letters Letter on "Identity," A XVII:1 Frontiers Letter on Listening XVII:16 Editorial Letter on Radioactive Fall-Out X:34 Walter Gormly wrote Letter to a Friend I:37 Editorial—letter from Schmidt to Joe Zuckerman IV:7 Lead, Larry LaRouche—Albuquerque, N.M. to John Collier 490 Leukippos I:10 Leval, Gaston XXX:16 Levi, Carlo—(Continued) III:14 Review of his Of Fear and Freedom in Lead, "The Function of Religion" VII:30 Christ Stopped at Eboli quoted in Editorial, "The Italian South" X:51 His paper Fear and Freedom which was submitted to the Research Society for Creative Altruism and later to be published in a book, "The 1957 Conference on New Knowledge in Human Values," quoted from in Frontiers, "Against the Grain" XI:44 His Words Are Stones discussed in Children XXII:2 Quoted from in Lead, "Life and Consciousness" XXXII:23 Christ Stopped at Eboli subject of Editorial, "Carlo Levi's Book" XXXVI:24 Quoted Of Fear and Freedom in Lead, "A Legitimate Individualism"; noted in Editorial, "The Social Mystery" Levi, Primo (Italian Chemist, d. 1988) XXXVIII:20 The Periodic Table reviewed in "A Continuous Delight" Levin, Alan Scott XXXVIII:2 His (with Merla Zellerbach) Type 1/Type 2 Allegry Relief Program quoted in Frontiers, "Progressive Undoings" Levin, Benjamin H. XXIV:48 His book To Spit Against the Wind mentioned as source material for Lead about Paine in Editorial, "A Book About Paine" Levin, David Michael XXII:14 Quoted from Winter 1968-69 American Scholar in Frontiers, "On Structuralism" Levin, Henry M. XXV:50 Schools and Inequality quoted in Children, "A Sisyphus Project?" Levin, Meyer XIII:14 Quoted in Review, "Compulsion," "Suddenly Last Summer" Levine, Jack (former special agent of FBI) XV:46 Quoted Oct. 20 Nation in Frontiers, "Community of Fear" Levine, Judith XXXIII:3 Her article in Working Papers, Mar/Apr 1979, quoted in Frontiers, "Cooperative Enterprise" Levine, Robert A. XVI:51 His The Arms Debate quoted in Lead, "Concerning Dialogues" XVII:45 Quoted Sept. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in Frontiers, "Another 'Failure of Nerve'?" Levi-Strauss, Claude XX:14 The Savage Mind quoted in Lead, "The Measure of Progress" XXIX:39 Savage Mind quoted in Editorial, "The Myth of Empiricism" XXIX:46 Savage Mind quoted in Lead, "A Defense of Metaphysics" "Naught happens for nothing, but everything from a ground of necessity. Nothing is real except 'atoms and the void'" Quoted from Sam Dolgoff's The Anarchist Collectives in Review, "Report on Spanish Anarchists" Levarie, Sigmund XXXI:49 Quoted in Review, "Restorative Labors" LeVeen, Prof. E. Phillip XXVIII:5 Quoted from Whole Earth Epilog in Frontiers, "Trends and Hopes" XXXI:42 Quoted from Appropriate Visions in Frontiers, "Visions and Contradictions" Level 7 – Mordecai Roshwald (Allison and Busby, London, 1959) XXXV:23 Quoted this story of "push-button" nuclear war in Lead, "Defeat is Indivisible in Nuclear War" Level of Inquiry, A XXVIII:2 Lead Level of Planning, A XXVII:22 Lead Levels of Complaint XXXIII:25 Lead Levels of Decision XXXV:5 Lead (difficulty in getting facts re nuclear war, foreign affairs) Levels of Disclosure XXXIII:38 Lead Levels of Discourse XXXIX:19 Lead (Socrates) Levels of "Morality" XXVI:21 Editorial Levenstein, Aaron VI:48 His Antioch Review article, "The Demagogue and the Intellectual," quoted in Frontiers, "Seeds of 'Counter Revolution'" Leveridge, Ralph V:50 Mention of his Walk on the Water in Review, "Notes on Novels" XVI:17 His The Last Combat quoted in Frontiers, "The End of 'War Morale'" Levering Act (California law imposing need to swear loyalty oath) V:31 Reference to "Federation for Repeal of Levering Act" in Frontiers, "Illusory Affiliations" Levertov, Denise XXIV:40 Her paper quoted from Writers as Teachers/ Teachers as Writers in Children, "Writers Who Teach" XLI:13 Writers and Teachers/Teachers as Writers quoted her contribution in "Writers as Teachers" Carlo Levi's Book XXXII:23 Editorial Levi, Carlo I:13 Review of his book, Christ Stopped at Eboli I:25 Reference to Christ Stopped at Eboli I:40 Reference to Christ Stopped at Eboli 491 Levi-Strauss, Claude—(Continued) XXXII:44 Myth and Meaning discussed, quoted in "A Scientist to Learn from" – Review XXXII:52 Quoted from Myth and Meaning in Lead, "A General Understanding" XXXIII:1 In re Myth and Meaning about meaning of the universe in Lead, "The Method of the Essayist" Levitt, Dr. Eugene E. XX:39 His Psychology of Anxiety discussed and quoted in Review, "A Study of Anxiety" Living God, A XXXIII:11 A story in Gleanings in Buddha Fields by Hearn, quoted in Children, "Hearn Comes First" Leavitt, Saul XIII:19 Brief quote of Tome Driver's review of his The Andersonville Trial in Christian Century, Feb. 3, in Review, "The War Lover" Levy, Alan XV:29 His review of Gunther Anders' Burning Conscience in June 11 New Republic quoted in Lead, "The Image of the Hero" Levy, Dr. Edwin XXII:39 Quoted from Summer Menninger Quarterly in Children, "Kinds of Irrationality" Levy, Capt. Howard Brett XX:3 Quoted Dec. 29 L.A. Times in Editorial, 'Selective Conscientious Objector" Levy, Jacques XXX:46 His Cesar Chavez: Autobiography of La Causa reviewed in "One Price of Change" XXX:48 Chavez quoted from Cesar Chavez in Lead, "The Dual Occupation" Levy, Juliette de Bairacli XXVII:37 Her Common Herbs for Natural Health discussed and quoted in Review, "Herbal Lore" Levy, Melvin IX:10 Reference to McCall's novel in Children Lewin, Kurt III:44 Reference to his book, Resolving Social Conflicts (Chapter on "The Background of Conflict in Marriage") in Frontiers, "The Missing Factor" Lewin, Leonard C. XXII:5 His article quoted from Dec. 29 Family Weekly in Frontiers, "Friends with the World" Lewis, Anthony XXV:22 Quoted from April 17 New York Times in Lead, "An Evident Conclusion" Lewis, C. S. XIV:1 His Studies in Words quoted in Editorial, "Beginning the Fourteenth Year" XXVI:26-35 Ruth Hill Viguera quote from in Margin for Surprise given in Children, "Books, Books, Books" XXVIII:51 Quoted from Studies in Words in Lead, "Learning from Nature" Lewis, C. S.—(Continued) XXXVII:39 Quoted from Studies in Words on "Verbicide" in Lead, "The Rhetoric of Righteousness" XL:46 Studies quoted in "Ups and Downs of Words" C. S. Lewis on Man XVIII:47 Editorial Lewis, Carolyn XXXII:2 Quoted New York Times, Dec. 5, 1977, in Frontiers, "Champions of the Home" Lewis, Charles XXX:50 Quoted from Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 20, in Children, "Trends in Education" Lewis, Day XXXVII:15 His translation of the Aeneid discussed, quoted in Review, "Montaign on the Road" Lewis, Dennis XV:50 Wrote Frontiers, "The Egocentric Predicament" Lewis, E. B. (Geneticist, California Institute of Technology) X:27 Brief quote concerning his views on the relation of radiation to leukemia in Frontiers, "Answers to Questions About Fall-Out" Lewis, Fulton Jr. V:21 Reference to his King Feature column, "Why Is a Community?" in Frontiers, "The War on the Professors" Lewis, Hobart (President-Executive Editor of Reader's Digest) XXI:45 Quoted on reason for withdrawing Sam Sinclair Baker's The Permissible Lie from publication, in Frontiers, "Troubles of the Mass Media" Lewis, Merriwether XXXVII:18 Quoted from American Odyssey in Review, "Meadows Yet, and Mountains" Lewis, Richard XX:21 Quoted his collection of children's poem Miracles, in Children, "Poems by Children" XXV:20 Quoted from Out of the Earth I Sing in Children, "Comment and Behaviorism" Lewis, Saunders XII:37 His pamphlet Why We Burnt the Bombing School, address at his trial, quoted in Frontiers, "The New People" Lewis, Simon XXXI:45 His letter quoted from the Ecologist in Nov. 1977 issue, in Lead, "One of a Kind" Lewis, Sinclair II:36 Review of Kingsblood Royal, "Inside America" II:38 Reference to as example of times and mention of Main Street in Lead, "The Man Betrayed" II:52 Mention of Kingsblood Royal in review of Negro pictures III:45 Reference to Kingsblood Royal in Lead, "The Roots of Conviction 492 Lewis, Thomas S. W. XXXV:25 His essay on Lewis Mumford, "Mumford and the Academy" in Salmagundi, 1980, quoted in Children, "Herbert Read, Lewis Mumford" Lewis, Wyndham V:15 Review of his Rotting Hill Lewontin, R. D. (Harvard—zoology) XXXIX:8 Quoted on question of what is the "I" New York Review in Lead, "Who and What We Are" Leydet, Francois XVIII:7 David Brower, editor, quoted Richard C. Bradley, Joseph Wood Krutch quoted from Time and the River Flowing, in Review, "Natural Olympus L'Homme Machine – Julian Lamettrie XXXII:23 Quoted in Lead, "Not Matters of Belief" Liars and Conquerors XL:41 Lead (Vietnam) Libby, Frederick J. XXIII:4 His To End War discussed, quoted in Frontiers, "Where is the Treasure?" Libby, Dr. Willard F. VIII:25 Quoted in Review, "The Commonplaces of Atomic War" Liberal Churches, The XXVII:2 Frontiers Liberal Dilemma, The XVII:46 Lead Liberal Education (Magazine) XVIII:35 May 1964 articles by Whitney J. Oates and Huston Smith quoted in Frontiers, "Philosophy—the Imperative Activity" Liberal Imagination, The – Lionel Trilling (Viking, $19.50) III:24 Reviewed, "Liberal Wisdom" III:31 Reference to in Lead, "The Push for Integration" Liberal Mind in a Conservative Age, The – Richard H. Pells (Harper & Row, 1985) XXXIX:25 Reviewed in "Politics. . . and Other Things" Liberal Reassessment, A VIII:31 Frontiers Liberal Spirit, The V:21 Lead Liberal Wisdom III:24 Review, "Lionel Trilling's The Liberal Imagination Liberal's Dilemma, The V:21 Editorial Liberalism – Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) XXXIX:12 Quoted on 19th century liberalism, in Frontiers, "An Honest Partisan" Liberalism and American Education in the Eighteenth Century – Allen Hansen (Macmillan, 1926) II:6 Quoted in Lead, "The American Heritage" III:37 Reference to in Lead, "American Culture" X:18 Quoted in Lead, "New Gospels" XXV:49 Quoted in Lead, "Have 'Nations' Any Future?" 493 Liberalism and American Education in the Eighteenth Century— (Continued) XXXIII:17 Discussed in Lead, "On Replacing the System" XXXIV:39 Quoted in Children, "The Example of Socrates" Liberalism Revisited XI:32 Review, The Case for Modern Man by Charles Frankel Liberating the Early American Dream – Alfred Anderson (Tom Paine Institute, 1155 S. Dora St., Ukiah, CA 95482, 1986) XXXIX:27 Reviewed Liberation (Periodical) IX:14 Given plug in Editorial XIII:4 Quoted in Review, "Requirements of the 'Good Society'," Dec. 1959 issue XIII:8 Article by Laurens van der Post in Jan. issue, quoted in Lead, "Our Part-Time Freedom" XIII:44 David McReynolds quoted, July/Aug. issue, in Lead, "The Promise of Autonomous Man"; also quoted same issue from Dr. Edwin Halsey XIV:7 Brief quote from Jan. issue in Lead, "The Tide of Peace" XIV:9 Harris Wofford quoted, Jan. 1961 issue, in Lead, "A Question of Consequences" XIV:14 Karl Shapiro quoted, Feb. issue, in Frontiers, "Field Notes on the White Rhinoceros" XIV:24 Quoted April issue from letter of Cuban radical in Lead, "The Romantic Spirit" XIV:52 A. J. Muste's quote from N.Y. Herald Tribune in Frontiers, "New Alignments," Nov. issue XV:29 David Dellinger quoted, Jan. issue, in Lead, "The Image of the Hero" XV:33 Nietzche quoted, June issue, in Editorial, "Nietzsche on Peace" XV:48 Jean Forest, poet, quoted, Oct. issue in Lead, "The Irrelevance of the Cold War"; Paul Goodman also quoted XVI:21 Dachine Rainer, Victor Richman, Staughton Lynd, quoted on Thoreau, April issue, in Editorial, "Some Good Generalizations" XVI:52 Brief quote from Nov. issue in Frontiers, "Toward a Free Press" XVII:12 "Elegy for the World of J.F.K." given in Children, "Toward Non-Violence" XVII:31 Recommended to readers in Lead, "Ends and Means"; long quotes from Dave Dellinger's article in June/July XVII:48 Robert Theobald quoted from Aug. issue in Frontiers, "What is the Challenge of Cybernation?"; also quoted Karl Mayer and Alice Mary Hilton, same article XVIII:10 Lead, "Decentralism," taken from Paul Goodman's article in Dec. 1964 issue XVIII:14 A. J. Muste quoted, Feb. issue, in Lead, "The Obscure Alliance"; also quote from Henry Anderson XVIII:17 Anderson quoted from above in Lead, "A Society Worth Having" Liberation—(Continued) XVIII:43 Quoted, opening statement of policy and direction in Lead, "Beginnings Are More Timeless Than Endings"; also Theodore Roszak quoted, March 1962 issue XIX:6 George Benello quoted, Dec. 1965 issue, in Lead, "Politics for Non-Heroes" XIX:23 Stewart Meacham quoted, March issue, in Frontiers, "Civil Disobedience and Nuremberg Law" XIX:36 George Benello quoted, July issue, in Children, "Mental Health Program" XX:5 Paul Goodman quoted, Nov. issue, in Review, "Relief for Cities" XX:41 David Dellinger quoted, July issue, in Frontiers, "Last Summer in the Cities"; also quoted Sam Coleman XXI:44 Carl Oglesby quoted, July/Aug issue, in Frontiers, "The Influence of an Idea" XXII:15 Carl Oglesby quoted, July/Aug 1968 issue, in Lead, "Old-New Directions of Thought" XXIII:47 Paul Goodman quoted in re to young Puerto Ricans in Frontiers, "For Cultural Revolution" XXIV:16 Julius Lester column, quoted Dec. 1970 issue, in review, "Mylai—In the Magazines" XXV:20 David Kubrin quoted from March issue in Frontiers, "The Origins of Science" XXVI:21 Edwin Halsey quoted from in Lead, "Reconstitution of Purpose" XXVI:49 Murray Bookchin quoted, Sept/Oct 1973 issue, in Review, "Modern Cities Are Not Cities" XXVII:50 Murray Bookchin quoted Jan. issue in Lead, "The Dramatic Illustration" XXVIII:24 Murray Bookchin quoted, Feb. issue, in Editorial, "Change Without Change" XXX:24 Mabel Chrystie's report on Collaberg School quoted from Nov. 1963 issue in Children, "Help from Our Friends" XXX:39 Paul Goodman's essay, "The Psychology of Being Powerless," quoted from June issue in Lead, "A Designer's Approach" XXXI:20 Martin Duberman quoted on Emerson from Fall 1978 issue in Lead, "The Double Consciousness" XXXIX:3 Quoted in "Our Uncreated Identity"—Edwin Halsey (originally in Pomona's Student Life, 1960) Liberation in Africa XXVI:25 Frontiers Liberation of Capital, The – Folkert Wilken (deceased) XXXVI:26-35 Quoted, reviewed in "The Origin of Capital" Liberation of Science, The VII:16 Frontiers Liberation of Work, The – Folkert Wilken (London: Rutledge and Kegan Paul) XXIII:17 Quoted in Review, "The Practice of Cooperation" XXIV:9 Quoted in Lead, "What Kind of Revolution?" 494 Liberation of Work, The—(Continued) XXXVII:16 Quoted in Frontiers, "Reforms Based on Human Dignity" Liberties of the Mind – Charles Morgan (MacMillan, 1951) VI:40 Review of essay in, in Children, "The Function of the Artist in the Community" Liberty (magazine no longer in print) XXXV:7 Quoted April 15, 1941 article by Gandhi on non-violence in future societies XXXIX:26 Quoted Gandhi on non-violence in "Some Large Questions" Liberty, Equality, Fraternity – James Fitzjames Stephens (first published by Cambridge University Press, 1967, R. J. White, Editor, $7.50) XXI:30 Quote from jacket and text in Lead, "Beyond the Law" Liberty of Man, Woman and Child – Robert G. Ingersoll XIV:12 Quoted in Frontiers, "Transcendental Influences" Libraries of Vision XVI:39 Review Library Journal XV:6 Mary Barrett's review of Reincarnation: An East-West Anthology in Dec. 1961 issue, quoted in Review, "World Opinion on Reincarnation" XVI:39 Dr. Louis De Rosis' review of Prof. Herbert Fingarette's The Self in Transformation quoted from April 15 issue in Lead of same title Lichtenstadter, Ilse XXX:20 Her Introduction to Classical Arabic Literature reviewed in "Arabs At Their Best" Lichtman, Jane XXVI:45 Quoted from Somewhere Else in Children, "Various Things" Lieberman, Elias III:26 Reference to his Unions Before the Bar in Frontiers, "The Struggle for Power" Lieberman, Herbert XXIX:22 His Crawlspace discussed in Review, "Reflections on Meaning" Lieberman, Myron XII:16 His article in Nation quoted in Children, "Federal Control of Education" Liebknecht, Karl I:34 Warned Germans about war Liebling, A. J. XV:4 His book The Press quoted in Editorial, "The Role of the Press" XXX:36 Leopold Kohr's discussion of in The Overdeveloped Nations quoted in Review, "The Large and the Small" Life (Magazine) V:46 Moves in on Latin-American publishers, "Editorial, "Cultural Imperialism" VII:19 1945 Editorial quoted in Lead, "The Health of the State" VIII:45 Article on triumphs of American civilization discussed in Lead, "Dubious 'Success Story'" Life —(Continued) VIII:48 Life as a Venture III:21 Frontiers Life at Betterway XLI:19 Editorial Life at Death – Kenneth Ring (Coward McCann and Geoghegan, 1980) XXXIII:45 Quoted in Editorial, "An Interesting Convergence" XXXIII:53 Quoted, discussed in Review, "Undying Memories" XXXIX:39 Quoted the "pattern" of dying in "The Experience of Dying" "Life" Defends UNESCO VIII:50 Editorial Life from the Dead Sea IX:30 Review Life in Language XXVI:42 Editorial Life in the Crystal Palace – Alan Harrington (Knopf, 1959) XXIX:1 Quoted in Children, "More on Character Education" Life Looks at Asia V:4 Frontiers discussion of Life issue devoted to Asia V:5 Quote from Frank Moraes in Editorial, "The Past in the Present" Life of Civilization, The XVIII:47 Lead Life of Daring XVII:34 Editorial on action and idealism Life of Eric Gill – Robert Speaight (P. J. Kenedy, 1966) XXVI:46 Quoted from in Lead, "The Fabric of Social Life" Life of Ezra Pound, The – Noel Stock (North Point Press, expanded from 1970 ed.) XXXVI:2 Reviewed, quoted in "Literary Puzzle" Life of Inquiry, A XXXIX:5 Review (Heart Politics) Life of Its Own, A VIII:45 Frontiers Life of Science, The – George Sarton (Schuman) II:36 Review of in Frontiers, "The Human Spirit" XX:14 Quoted in Lead, "The Measure of Progress" XX:38 Quoted in Lead, "The Services of John Locke" Life of the Mind, The – Hannah Arendt XXXII:18 George Kateb's review of quoted from Winter, American Scholar in Lead XXXVII:52 Quoted section on "Science and Common Sense" in Children, "Thinking and Knowing" XXXVIII:2 Quoted in Review, "Intellect and Nous" Life of the Self, The – Robert Jay Lifton (Simon & Schuster, 1976) XXXI:18 Quoted in Frontiers, "Ego Trip or Transcendence?" Life Strategies, Human Evolution, Environmental Design—Valerius Geist (Springer-Verlag, N.Y., 1978) XXXII:37 Preface to quoted in Children, "In Quest of Competence" Maxwell Geismar from Nation quoted on above article, in Review, "Magazine Notes" VIII:50 Defends UNESCO in Editorial XI:25 Quoted Russian education in Children XII:34 Short quote on Kral family in Lead, "Some Editorial Wonderings" XVII:1 Autobiographical sketch of Peter Ustinov quoted from Apr 19, 1963 issue in Children, "Matter for Reflection" XVII:13 Arthur Miller quoted, Feb. 7 issue, in Frontiers, "The Brain vs. the Machine" XIX:4 Paul Tillich quoted, Nov. 5 issue, in Children, "Religion and State-Synthesizing Perspectives" XIX:14 Paul Tillich quoted, Nov. 5, 1965 issue, in Lead, "The Quest for Para-Religion" XXI:28 James H. Billington's article, in May 24 issue discussed and quoted in Children, "The Lost Humanities" XXI:28 James H. Billington quoted from in Frontiers, "A Time for Amateurs" XXI:50 Dr. Judson Jerome quoted, Nov. 1 issue, in Review, "Education and Other Matters" XXIII:16 Charles Lindbergh quoted, July 4, 1969, issue in Frontiers, "Toward a Natural Life" XXXVII:39 Quoted Wallace Stegner, Aug. 3, 1970, in Children, "Ecological Revolution" re Third World Life After Life – Raymond Moody XXXIII:53 Quoted in Kenneth Ring's Life at Death in Review, "Undying Memories" Life Against Death—The Psychological Meaning of History – Norman O. Brown XV:45 Quoted XVIII:24 Reviewed in "Painful Odyssey" Life and an Epoch, A XXV:9 Review Life and Consciousness XXII:2 Lead Life and Death in Milpa Alta – trans by Fernando Horcasitas (University of Oklahoma Press, 1972) XXVI:11 Quoted from in Children, "The Stuff of History" Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi, The – Robert Payne (Dutton) XXII:44 Quoted Oct. 4, 1969 Saturday Review in Editorial, "Gandhi's Power" Life and Habit – Samuel Butler VI:8 Quote from in Lead, "Wonders of Memory" Life and Soul I:36 Frontiers article—viruses and quandary of Atomic Energy Commission when asked what departs at death Life and Time XXX:25 Editorial Life and Times of John Reuchlin, The – Francis Barham (London, 1843) I:50 Quote from—book basis of facts in Reuchlin article 495 Life Without Principle – Thoreau XXXIII:23 Quoted Atlantic, Oct. 1863 issue, in Lead, "Blight and Delight" XXXIII:26-35 Quoted from Life Without Principle in Lead, "Some People Have Begun" XXXVI:5 Quoted in Lead, "An Impossible Enterprise" XXXVII:18 Quoted in Lead, "Promethean Affirmation" XXXVIII:9 Quoted on living free in Lead, "Required Reading" XXXIX:26 Quoted in "Some Large Questions" Life Worth Living, A XIX:45 Editorial Lifeboats or Arks XXIX:9 Review Lifelong Learner, The – Ronald Gross (Simon & Schuster, 1978, $8.95) XXXI:21 Quoted in Children, "Books: Theory and Practice" "Life's" Atom II:23 Frontiers about Life Magazine explanation of atom Life's Communication, A XXI:36 Editorial Life's Direction, A I:20 Editorial Life's Religion XII:38 Frontiers Lifestyle (published by Mother Earth News people) XXVII:4 Interview with Peter van Dresser, reported by James B. DeKorne in current issue, quoted in Frontiers, "Time and the Land" XXVII:7 Interview with Peter van Dresser quoted from in Lead, "The Complexities of Change" Lifetime Quest VIII:29 Review of Arthur Morgan's Search for Purpose, Frontiers Lifton, Robert Jay (Yale Associate Prof. of Psychiatry) XVI:37 Quoted, Summer 1963 Daedalus by William Mathes in his Lead article, "Are We All Hibakusha?" XVII:46 His lead article quoted, Aug. Psychiatry in Frontiers, "Death and Transcendence" XXI:44 Quoted Sept. Trans-action in Lead, "The Modern Self-Consciousness" XXII:52 Quoted Oct. 1970 Trans-action in Frontiers, "Carlyle as Futurologist" XXIV:16 Quoted Mar. 27, 1971 issue of Saturday Review in Review, "Mylai—In the Magazines"; his Death in Life Survivors of Hiroshima mentioned in same Review XXV:49 Quoted Nov. Atlantic in Lead, "Have 'Nations' Any Future?" XXVI:18 Quoted April Harper's in Lead, "More Sublime Ideas" XXVII:7 Quoted Harper's April 1973 issue in Lead, "The Complexities of Change" XXXI:18 His The Life of the Self quoted in Frontiers, "Ego Trip or Transcendence?" XXXIII:45 Quoted article in Psychiatry, Aug. 1964 in Lead, "A Pivotal Inquiry" Lifton, Robert Jay —(Continued) XXXVI:5 His article in Teachers College Record, Fall 1982 "Beyond Nuclear Numbing" quoted in Children, "Teacher's Voices" Lifwynn Foundation (concerned with work of Trigant Burrow) XI:25 Reference to in Frontiers, "Science and Moral Values" Light, Larry XXXII:24 Comments of FDA and food additive, nitrite, quoted from Feb. Progressive in Review, "A Few Encouragements" Light and Heavy Sins XXXVI:2 Editorial (Arendt on Pound) Light from the East XII:38 Editorial Light from the North – Joseph K. Hart I:40 Reference to, about Danish folkschool movement Light in the East XXXIII:14 Frontiers Light is Not the Flame, The XXXII:36 Review Light of Asia – Sir Edwin Arnold II:2 Reference to in Editorial, "Other Testaments" II:5 Reference to in Review of The Five Brothers IV:25 Quoted from "Ye suffer from yourselves" in review of Jung's Modern Man in Search of a Soul IV:50 Quoted "each man's life the outcome of his former living is" in Lead, "Great Questions: VI" V:53 Quoted in Lead, "The Competence of Mind" VIII:24 Quoted in Lead, "Rediscovery of Asia" X:4 Quoted in Review, "The Great Chain of Life" XII:15 Quoted in Lead, "Halves Into Wholes" ("Many a House of Life Hath Held me") XVI:52 Briefly quoted in Children, "Death as a Teacher" XXX:5 "I, Buddha, who wept with all my brothers' tears. . ." quoted in Review, "Some Great Questions" XXXIII:45 Quoted in Lead, "A Pivotal Inquiry" ("Many a House of. . .") XL:20 Quoted on Karma in "Tomorrow's History" Light on Drug Abuse XXIV:41 Editorial Light Reading to Some Point XIII:8 Review Lightning, Wind, and Night XXXII:47 Lead Lights Out – Baynard Kendrick V:6 Reviewed "In Another Light" V:7 Quote from in Lead, "The Meaning of 'Values'" Like a Conquered Province – Paul Goodman (Random House, 1967, $4.95) XXI:2 Quoted, discussed in Children, "They do Not Want Power" 496 Like a Conquered Province—(Continued) XXXIV:8 Quoted in Review, "If the Republic Had Any Sense"—Also quoted review of in N.Y. Times Like Crusoe XLI:13 Lead (Eiseley) Like Men in a Dream XL:11 Lead (7th book of Republic) Like the Sign Says XXXV:47 Editorial (language) Lilienthal, David III:12 Reference to his plea that hydrogen bomb not be used Lilith's Cave—Jewish Tales of the Supernatural – retold by Harold Schwartz (Harper & Row, 1980) XLI:49 In "Two Stories" Lilje, Dr. Hanns (Bishop of Hanover) I:33 Reference to in Letter from England Lillard, Richard G. XXI:35 Quoted from The California Revolution (edited by Carey McWilliams) in Review, "A Great But Undeveloped Country" Li-Lun—Lad of Courage – Carolyn Treftinger IV:7 Reviewed in Children Lily – Vincent Sheean VII:22 Reviewed, "Noted in Passing" Limbo of the Present XII:24 Editorial Limelight (Charles Chaplin picture) VI:24 Reviewed, "Chaplin in Limelight" Limitation is Liberation XXXVIII:48 Lead (Dogra, Schumacher) Limitations of Psychoanalysis, The X:24 Review, Erich Fromm, Saturday Review article XVIII:17 Review, Saturday Review, Mar. 6, 1965 article on Reality Therapy by Dr. William Glasser, mentions the above Dec. 1964 "The Theory of Positive Disintegration" by Dr. Kazimierz Dabrowsky; quotes Fingarette, Fromm Limited Circle, The IV:25 Editorial Limited Comparison, A XXI:29 Review Limits of the City, The – Murray Bookchin (Harper & Row paper $2.75) XXXVII:6 Quoted in Lead, "Unbinding Observances" XXVII:20 Discussed, quoted in Review, "City and AntiCity" Limits of the Welfare State – Richard M. Titmuss XVII:30 Quoted from Mar/Apr Correspondent in Lead, "The Logic of Technology" Limits to Growth, The – Club of Rome XXV:43 William IrwinThompson's comment on quoted from Time, Aug. 21 in Editorial, "'Handicaps' of Consciousness" XXXV:39 Quoted extensively in Lead, "A Major Project" 497 Lin, Dr. Tsung-yi VII:9 Linblom, Charles XXXV:44 Lincoln, Abraham II:25 Quoted in Review from Psychiatry re absence of so much "compulsion neuroses" among Orientals; quoted on alcohol in same article Quotations of Power and Powerlessness from his review of used in Lead, "Yet People Keep on Trying" Quoted on religion from Davies' book America's Real Religion VII:33 Discussed by Griswold in Children quotation IX:7 Editorial, "A Persisting Thesis" re Lincoln XIV:12 Herbert Croly quoted from New Republic in Lead, "Blurred Images of Man" XIV:13 Herbert Croly quoted, Feb. 181, 1920 New Republic in Lead, "Criterion of Greatness" XV:27 His speech on Dred Scott decision quoted in Lead, "Man and Society" XXVII:46 Speech after defeating McClellan quoted in Editorial, "A Matter of Health" XXXI:16 A speech given at Philadelphia, Independence Hall, quoted in Review, "Thought and Action" XXXIII:6 Quoted speech on slavery in Review by Harold C. Goddard, "Morons or Men?" XXXIV:40 Discussed, quoted from The Face of Lincoln in Lead, "Brief Study of a Man" XXXV:14 Quoted from in Goddard's "Jefferson's Birthday" in Review, "The Ailing Arts" XXXV:23 Quoted from Ecology Action's Mini Series, 1859 address before Wisconsin Agricultural Society XXXVI:38 Quoted on his self-education in Editorial, "A Demonstration" XXXVII:37 Brief quote in Lead on "earning bread" in "Society by Design" XL:8 Learning what "demonstration" means in "John Holt on College" XL:49 Review, "All the Brave Men"—Abraham Lincoln and the Quakers; also James Randall's Lincoln the President Lincoln, Abraham – The Collected Works of (ed. Roy P. Basler) XXXIV:23 Hailed by Edmund Wilson in his Eight Essays, used in Lead, "On Self-Movers" Abraham Lincoln and the Quakers – Daniel Bassuk (Pendle Hill) XL:49 Reviewed in "All the Brave Men" Lincoln, Mrs. Abraham II:25 Quoted on her husband's "religion" from Davies' America's Real Religion" Lincoln, Dr. C. Eric XVI:7 Quoted Dec. 1962 Progressive in Frontiers, "Toward 'Emancipation'" Lincoln, Dr. J. S. I:31 Mention of The Dream in Primitive Culture and Megroz's comments on Lincoln, Kenneth XXXVII:50 His Native American Renaissance discussed, quoted in "American Indian Writers" Lincoln and His Generals – T. H. Williams V:19 Reference to in Frontiers, "The Function of Anxiety" Lincoln, The Intellectual VI:34 Review—Edmund Wilson's New Yorker article Lindbergh, Anne Morrow I:16 Harper's, April 1948, futility in Europe in everything from attempt to get a visa, ration, book, etc.—not unlike Franz Kafka's melancholia VII:50 Reference to her Wave of the Future in Editorial, "The Fear of Inquiry" XVII:51 Her Gift from the Sea quoted in Frontiers, "Not Enough With Us" XXV:21 Quoted from her Bring Me a Unicorn in Lead, "The Quality of Men" XXVII:17 Robert Kirsch's review of Locked Rooms and Open Doors quoted from L.A. Times in Editorial, "On Self-Education" XXXVI:20 Quoted from War Within and Without in Review, "All of a Piece" (their stand on WWII); also remarks on Antoine de SaintExupéry from same book Lindbergh, Charles II:11 "Lindbergh on Life"—Review of his Of Light and Life VII:11 Quoted Aeronautical Sciences Honors Night Dinner in Lead, "Arts and Technology" VIII:36 Wrote foreword to "Profile of America"— books which House Appropriations subcommittee objected to distributing X:17 Quoted from Nation review of Lindbergh story (Robert Hatch review) in Frontiers, "America's 'Public Relations'" XXIII:16 Quoted from July 4, 1969 Life in Frontiers, "Toward a Natural Life" XXV:21 Quoted from July 4, 1969 Life in Lead, "The Quality of Men" Lindenauer, Geoffrey XVII:52 Quoted from Vol. 4, No. 3 Institute of Applied Psychology Review in Review, "Beginnings" Lindenfeld, Frank XIX:36 With Peter Marin wrote Lead, "Reflections on Experimental Teaching; quoted in Editorial, "Socratic Method" XIX:51 Briefly quoted in Children, "Art and the Child" XX:4 Wrote Frontiers, "If Not Now, When?" XX:30 Quoted from MANAS, Sept. 7, 1966 in Children, "On 'Open Field' Teaching" XXI:21 Quoted from Sept. 1967 (first issue) of New Directions in Teaching in Children, "The False Sovereignty of Grades" XXI:45 Quoted MANAS Lead article, Sept. 7, 1966, in Children, "Wordless Knowledge?" XXI:46 Quoted from Radical Perspectives on Social Problems in Review, "A Sociology of Value" Lindenfeld, Frank—(Continued) XXII:23 Quoted again from MANAS, Sept. 7, 1966 issue in Children, "An Embarrassment of Riches" Lindenfeld, Frank (and Joyce Rothschild-Whitt) XXXVI:3 Co-eds of Workplace Democracy and Social Change chapter by Daniel Zwerdling on James P. Gibbons quoted in Editorial, "A Self-Sustaining Model" XXXVI:11 Quoted, discussed Workplace Democracy and Social Change in Review, "Worker Management" Lindgren, Henry Clay IX:3 His The Art of Human Relations quoted in Children Lindheim, Roslyn XXVII:52 Her CIDOC paper, "Humanization of Medical Care" discussed and quoted in Frontiers, "Institutional Medicine" Lindisfarne Letter XXXI:7 John Todd quoted from No. 5 in Children, "Trees and People," E. F. Schumacher also quoted, and Paul Laird Lindner, Robert M. (Baltimore psychologist) III:12 Mention of his Rebel Without a Cause in Review of Prison Etiquette VIII:2 Quoted re juvenile delinquency in Children from Time; reference to in Editorial, "Emerging Conflict" IX:10 His McCall's Feb. article, "Raise Your Child to be a Rebel!" quoted in Children IX:22 His Fifty-Minute Hour reviewed, "Shocking But True" Lindsay, R. B. XVIII:17 His The Role of Science in Civilization quoted in a letter from Joaquin Murrieta used in Frontiers, "The Tool-Maker's Dilemma" Lindsay, Vachel XXII:15 Selection from "The Congo" quoted from Upton Sinclair's The City for Justice in Lead, "Old-New Directions of Thought" Lindsey, Robert XL:1 N.Y. Times on J. Z. Knight, a channel, "Ramtha" in Frontiers, "A Note on Channeling" Line and Circle XXXI:8 Lead Line of a Life, The XXX:22 Lead Linehan, John (Catholic writer for Voice of America) X:5 Quoted on Santayana in Review from American Scholar, "Santayana at Home" Lines, Patricia M. (Dr. Law and Education Center, Denver) XXXVIII:47 From Education Week, May 15, 1985 home schooling in "Education to Be Different" Lineweaver, Hugh (Grosse Pointe, Michigan) XIV:32 Letter to Editors quoted in Lead, "Problems of Universal Thinking" 498 Link after Link XV:9 Lippmann, Walter—(Continued) X:22 Quoted in Lead, "Eccentric Memories" X:47 Quoted from his "Preface to Morals" in Lead, "Great Expectations" XVIII:20 Quoted in Editorial, "Acts of Commitment" XX:7 Brief quote from Preface to Morals in Review, "Sinners Into Sages" XXI:10 Quoted Sept. 1936 Atlantic in Lead, "The Flight from Abstractions" XXIII:8 Quoted by Lee Loevinger in Sept. 1969 Etc. in Frontiers, "The Steady Light" XXIV:1 Quoted 1922 statement in Frontiers, "How Ho Became a Communist" XXIX:19 His The Method of Freedom quoted in Lead, "The Imperfect Parallel" XXX:40 Quoted 1937 Atlantic in Lead, "The Facts of Life" Lippold, Richard XVIII:45 His essay, "Illusion and Structure" quoted from Structure in Art and in Science in Lead, "Before the Storm" Lipset, Seymour Martin XX:30 Quoted L.A. Times, Oct. 2, 1966, in Lead, "Images, Polls, and 'Reality'" XXIII:52 His Political Man mentioned by John H. Schaar in New American Review article quoted in Lead, "The Roots of Social Order" Lipski, Jan Jozef (Polish literary critic and historian) XXXVII:41 Quoted his letters from Nation, May 19, 1984, for article by Witold Jedlicki in Children, "In the Magazines" Lipson, Leslie XXIII:44 His Great Issues of Politics quoted in Review, "Problems of Social Order" XXV:1 Quoted from Values and Humanity (coauthor, Elizabeth M. Drews) in Review, "The Paradox of Values" Lipton, Lawrence (poet) XI:9 Quoted from his "The Uses of Poetry," Winter 1957-58 Literary Review in Review, "In Defense of Poetry" XI:53 Review of Jazz Canto (he reads part) in Frontiers, "Miscellany" XII:12 Poetry from Prismatic Voices quoted in Frontiers, "Our Homeopathic Charms" XV:24 His The Holy Barbarians quoted in Children, "Genealogy of the 'Beats'" XVIII:40 Briefly quoted from L.A. Free Press, Sept. 3, in Frontiers, "The Human Presence" Lisman, David XXXI:49 His article "The Pitfalls of Compulsory Adult Education" quoted in Progressive, Oct. 1978 issue, in Children, "Notes on Compulsion" Lissandrello, Paul XXIV:22 His letter discussed, quoted in Children, "Adversary Tactics in School" List, John XXIV:35 Quoted on energy consumption situation in Lead, "The Lost Simplicities" Frontiers—letter to editors from Virginia Naeve Link of Myth, The XXX:4 Editorial Linked Awakenings XXXI:40 Frontiers Linking Sociology and Psychology XVIII:9 Review Linton, Erica XXVI:2 Quoted from her Fragments of a Vision in Frontiers, "The Gramdan Movement" XXXI:42 Fragments of a Vision quoted in Lead, "The Spread of Common Sense" Lin Yutang I:5 Between Tears and Laughter Review, "Books on India" I:9 Reference to in Editorial III:1 Reference to his Wisdom of China and India anthology in Review, "Digests and Anthologies" III:20 Quoted from Between Tears and Laughter in Editorial, "The Peace Experts" IX:46 Quoted from Atlantic in Lead, "Science and Morals" Lionni, Leo XXI:25 His Frederick briefly discussed, quoted in Children, "The Practice of an Art" Lipkis, Andy XXVII:41 Quoted from L.A. Times, Aug. 19, 1973, in Frontiers, "Pine Trees for California" XXVIII:51 His tree-planting activities discussed in Children, "Ideals and Fulfillment" XXXIV:51 Quoted his new paper Seedling News (Sept/ Oct) in Children, "He Is Available" XXXIX:5 His life and work in "Several Leaders" XL:5 From Seedling News re helping in disaster— Frontiers, "Periodicals of Interest" XLI:16 Seedling News re helping in disaster— Frontiers, "Trees and Soil" XLI:46 From L.A. Times, Oct. 26, 1988 re planting trees in the city, in Editorial, "A Design Solution" Lipman, Matthew (Teacher of Philosophy, Montclair State College) XXXV:20 His review in Harvard Educational Review, Aug. 1981 of Gareth B. Matthews' Philosophy of the Young Child, quoted in Children, "Child Philosophers" Lipnack, Jessica XXXV:40 Co-ed. (with Jeffrey Stamps) of Networking discussed in Frontiers, "Autonomy and Unanimity" Lippert, Paul XXXVII:52 Quoted, Summer 1984 Et Cetera on significance of "1984" devoted to Orwell in Frontiers, "Orwell and Thoreau" Lippmann, Walter VII:46 Quoted in Children, on juvenile delinquency VIII:19 His The Public Philosophy quoted in Lead, "Set Free or Set Loose?" 499 List, John—(Continued) XXVIII:38 Quoted in Frontiers, "The Responsibility of People" Listener (British weekly) IX:52 Macdonald's comment on in Review, "Macdonald in London" XI:15 Angus Maude talk, "Cloaking the Dagger" reviewed, "British Political and Social Analysis" XIII:18 Czeslaw Milosz quoted, Feb. 18 issue, in Frontiers, "Toward Freedom" XIII:22 Prof. Stephen Toulmin quoted, Feb. 11 issue, in Review, "Scientists and Science-Users" XIII:22 Alex Comfort quoted, Mar. 24, 1960 issue, by Mrs. Donald Budd Armstrong in her Frontiers, "Instead" XIII:35 Christopher Martin quoted, June 23 issue, in Editorial, "Not Optimism, Not Pessimism" XIV:1 G. C. Johnson's article, "Our Immature Society" and article by Hugh Lunghi, "Youth Under Communism," Sept. 15 and 22 issues, quoted in Children, "Socialism and Youth" XV:10 Czeslaw Milosz quoted, Feb. 18, 1960 issue in Frontiers, "It's Not All Nonsense" XV:24 Czeslaw Milosz quoted, Feb. 18 issue, in Lead, "To Fill the Void" XX:12 Czelaw Milosz quoted, Feb. 18, in Children, "The Challenge of World Education" XXIII:44 Frank Fraser Darling's series of lectures quoted from Nov. 13-Dec. 18, 1969 issues in Frontiers, "A Science of Well-Being" XXVI:21 Czeslaw Milosz quoted from in Lead, "Reconstitution of Purpose" XXXI:51 Czeslaw Milosz quoted from Feb. 18 issue in Lead, "Departure and Return" XXXV:8 Quoted Mar. 18, 1947 issue, "Gandhi's Debt to Ruskin and Tolstoy," by David Graham, in Frontiers, "Seeds. . . Flying Around the World" XXXVI:52 Quoted July 7, 1983 article by Sanjit Roy on Social Work and Research Center, in Frontiers, "The Re-education of Experts" XXXVII:22 Quoted Feb. 18, 1960 issue, Czeslaw Milosz on danger of syncretism in Frontiers, "Convergences" XXXIX:3 Quoted Czelaw Milosz on longing for moral awakening from Feb. 18, 1960 in "Our Uncreated Identity" XXXIX:52 Feb. 18, 1960 Milosz re curiosity on our past in "Outgrowing War" Listener-Sponsored Radio X:43 Frontiers XI:46 Editorial, "What Should a Man Do?" Listening to Alexander Nevsky XXXIII:44 Review Listening to America – Bill Moyers XXIV:1 Long extract quoted, Dec. 1970 Harper's, discussed quoted in Review, "Voice of America" XXIV:4 Quoted in Lead, "Once Great Expectations" Listening to America—(Continued) XXVI:52 Quoted in Lead, "How Will They Understand?" Listening to the Self XLI:39 Editorial (Maslow) Listening with the Third Ear – Theodore Reik III:40 Quoted in Review, "Psychoanalysis on the Couch" Literary and Philosophical Essays (Criterion, 1955) XX:17 Jean-Paul Sartre's essay quoted from in Frontiers, "Only in America?" XX:28 Quoted in Lead, "Uses and Misuses of Conformity" XX:36 Sartre quoted from in Lead, "The Classical Questions" Literary Digest XIV:3 Sir Arthur Keith quoted, April 25, 1931 issue in Lead, "The Problem of Knowledge" Literary Guide and Rationalist Review (English) II:49 One of magazines discussed in Review, "Modern 'Rationalism'" VI:9 Frontiers devoted to J. A. Graham article, "Rational Progress" Literary Puzzle XXXVI:1 Review (Ezra Pound) Literary Scholarship – James Thorpe XVII:19 Reviewed and quoted by William Mathes in his Review article, "Another 'Strunk and White'" Literature and Life XVII:19 Lead Literature and Philosophy Between Two World Wars – Dr. Harry Slochower XVII:44 Quoted in Lead, "Where We Are Now?" Literature and Technology – Wylie Sypher (Random House, 1968, $6.95) XXII:1 Quotations from in Lead, "Is 'Art' the Remedy?" XXIII:9 Quoted in Frontiers, "Emerson's vast Unofficialdom" Literature and the Press – John Dudek XIV:7 Quoted in Review, "Literature in Transition" Literature and Western Man – J. B. Priestley XIII:16 Review of by Orville Prescott in N.Y. Times, Mar. 14, quoted from in Review, "The Novel and Education" XIII:33 Quoted in Frontiers, "A Plain Man's Guide to Literature" XXV:38 Quoted in Lead, "Birth Pains" XXXIV:1 Quoted in Lead, "At the Foot of the Mountain" XXXIX:41 Impact of words in "The Hazards of Transition" Literature in Transition XIV:7 Review Literature on Latin America XXVI:36 Frontiers Litmus Paper Letter VIII:2 Frontiers—Albert Einstein letter 500 Littkey, Dennis XXXIX:22 XXXIX:47 On education, Feb. 1986 Harper's in Children Quoted above (on teaching) in "Questions Lacking Certain Answers" Little, Dr. C. C. (Jackson Memorial Laboratory at Bar Harbor) IV:40 Quoted in "Great Questions: IV" Little, Charles E. XL:47 Fall 1987 Wilderness on Ogallala Aquifer Little Fishes, The – Erick Christian Haugard (Houghton Mifflin, 1967) XXVI:6 Discussed, quoted in Children, "Three Fishes" Little Foxes, The XIII:27 Lead Little Gets Through, A XXXIII:48 Frontiers Little Glory, Much Good VI:2 Editorial – School for Psychiatric Aides Little House, The – Virginia Lee Burton IV:7 Reviewed in Children Little Here, A Little There, A XXXI:6 Frontiers Little House on the Prairie – Laura Ingalls Wilder XXVIII:18 Series of books discussed in Children, "Through Laura's Eyes" Little Island, The – MacDonald, Weisgard IV:7 Reviewed in Children Little Kidnappers, The – J. Arthur Rank (film) VIII:31 Recommended in Children Little Leavening, A XIII:45 Review Little List, A XXXVII:19 Review (What Will It Take to Prevent Nuclear War?) Little Miss Marker – Damon Runyon II:19 Reference to in Children Little Mixer, The – Lillian Nicholson Shearon XII:9 Quoted in Children Little Prince, The – Antoine de Saint-Eupery XXII:17 Quoted in Lead, "Our Duty Above All" Little Professor of Piney Woods, The – Beth Day IX:6 Reviewed in Children, as "A Book for Your Home" about work of Laurence Jones Little Quiet, Please, A X:41 Editorial "Little Tiny Accident," A XXXV:4 Frontiers (Three Mile Island) Little Victims, The – Howard James (David McKay, 1975) XXIX:41 Reviewed in Children, "Some Obligatory Reading" Little World of Don Camillo, The – Giovanni Guareschi III:37 Review, "A Beautiful Friendship" Littlejohn, David XIX:41 His Black on White discussed and quoted in Review, "Some Unmulled Truths" Livable Streets – Donald Appleyard (UC Press) XXXVI:3 Review (Urban design) 501 Livant, Paul William XVIII:1 His report on 1962 Arms Control Symposium at Ann Arbor quoted in Thomas Hayden and Richard Flacks article in Oct. 1964 Our Generation Against Nuclear War in Frontiers, "Where Morality Begins" Live with Lightning – Mitchell Wilson VI:4 Reviewed, "Occupational Novels" Lives of a Cell, The – Dr. Lewis Thomas (Viking, 1974, $6.95) XXVIII:8 Reviewed in "Exemplary Science" Lives of Children, The – George Dennison (Random House, 1969, 46.95) XXIII:5 Quoted in Editorial, "A Reading Difficulty" XXIII:6 Quoted in Lead, "Some Laws of Nature" XXVI:25 Quoted re Sylvia Ashton-Warner's method of teaching in Lead, "Equality and Excellence" XXXI:51 Quoted in Children, "Thoughts on Compulsion" XLI:1 Quoted in "The Basis of Competence" Lives of Great Men XX:2 Review XXIV:35 Editorial Lives of Individuals, The XXV:26-35 Lead Lives, Works and Transformations – Robert Kirsch (Capra Press, 1978) XXXI:48 Quoted in Review, "Good Leads to Follow" Livezey, Emilie XIX:3 Quoted Dec. 2, 1965 Christian Science Monitor in Children, "Religion and State— Fresh Perspective" Living and Breathing Fiction XXI:10 Frontiers Living and the Dead, The XIII:34 Frontiers Living Aspect of History, The XXXIX:51 Review (van der Post) Living Brain, The – W. Grey Walter VII:7 Reviewed "The Brain—And Beyond" Living Earth, The XLI:16 Review (Gaia—A Way of Knowing) Living Free – Joy Adamson XV:19 Sir Julian Huxley's introduction quoted in Children, "Education Transcending Savagery" Living God, A XXXIII:11 Story in Gleanings in Buddha Fields quoted in Children Living House, The – George Ordish (Lippincott, 1960) XXIV:18 Quoted in Children, "Miscellany" Living Lean – (two women, unnamed) (Larson, Burdett, N .Y. 14818) XXXVII:37 Noted in Review, recommended, "Diagnosis and One Cure" Living Mind, A XLI:12 Review (Lafcadio Hearn) Living My Life – Emma Goldman XXII:18 Quoted from in Review, "Current Revolutionary Thought" XXIV:11 Mentioned in Review, "Fifty Sixty, Seventy Years Ago" Living My Life—(Continued) XXVII:22 Quoted from Maxim Gorki in Lead, "A Level of Planning" Living Mystery, The V:28 Editorial Living Process, A XXXIX:11 Editorial (homeschooling) Living Religions IV:39 Frontiers Living the Good Life – Scott and Helen Nearing (Social Science Institute, Harborside, Maine, new edition by Schocken Boos, $4.95) VIII:6 Mentioned in Review of Nearing's Man's Search for the Good Life, "What is the Good Life?" VIII:12 Reviewed, "Money Was No Object" XXIII:45 Quoted in Children, "Household Economics"; also quoted Paul Goodman's introduction to new edition XXXIII:21 Quoted in Frontiers, "Thinking About What To Do" Living Torch, The – George Russell (Monk Gibbon, Macmillan, 1938) XXVI:3 Quoted (originally in Irish Statesman) in Lead, "The Question of 'Wholeness'" Living Universe, A III:36 Lead Living Wilderness XXV:39 Quoted Summer 1972 issue in Review, "Amid the Encircling Gloom" XXVIII:5 Jeff Stansbury quoted from Spring 1974 issue in Frontiers, "Trends and Hopes" XXIX:7 Dialogue between Charles N. Conconi and Thomas A. Murphy quoted from July/Sept issue in Lead, "What Stands in the Way?" XXX:13 Same as above quoted in Frontiers, "The Catering of Cars" Livingston, Arthur XXV:43 His translation of Heroic ... - [detail] - [similar]
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