The Daily Telegraph magazine - Eric LeButt cover (29 November 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Eric LeButt cover (29 November 1968) Good condition for age - age wear and yellowing to some pages throughout
BREAKING OUT OF THE MARX MAUSOLEUM - Eastern Europe is poised between transformation and repression. In the second of three articles, Paul Neuberg describes how the optimism and political maturity of the younger generation have led to this precarious balance
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE TEDDY BOYS? - John Sandilands answers the anguished query so often hard at the time: "What on earth will they be like when they grow up?"
5 page feature
BACK TO THE BEGINNING - Erich Lessing has photographed the actual locations of the Old Testament events. His photos are published this week in the first of a three-part series
WHAT DO WE WANT TO KEEP? - When much that seems good can disappear overnight, what do we want to keep, and what would we happily see abolished? We asked leading figures to give their choice
One and a half page feature
(With comments from: Sir Hugh Casson, Dame Irene Ward, John Betjeman, John Osborne, Sir Gerald Nabarro, Duke of Bedford, Peter Wilson, Brigid Brophy, Spike Milligan, George Woodcock, Lord Boothby)
MOVING AWAY FROM MATCHBOXES - Second of a two-part series on the best of modern architecture. Margaret Duckett looks at an office and two university buildings that break with tradition
5 page feature
TALKING TO THE O'TOOLE - Interview with Peter O'Toole about his new role as Mr Chips
Two and a half pages
CHRISTMAS COOKING - Clement Freud gives his original thoughts on how to approach Xmas - plus how to achieve the perfect Christmas pudding