The Daily Telegraph magazine - Peter Saunders cover (25 June 1971)
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
IN QUEST OF ELDORADO - Each week four planeloads of Cuban refugees come into Madrid in search of freedom and work. But their ultimate goal is still Miami. Are they merely living out a pipe-dream? One and a half pages
MAN'S FINEST ACHIEVEMENT? - A rocket can take man to the moon; it can also carry an H-bomb to the far ends of the earth. The declared objective of the American space programme is peaceful exploration; but thousands of millions of dollars are spent in space on "national security". In the second of four articles Robin Clarke examines the programme's implications and motivations 5 pages
PETER SAUNDERS - Winner of our Young Writer of the Year Award 2 pages
PERIODS OF ARCHITECTURE: MODERN - The private patron has almost disappeared, public patronage has fallen into the hesitant hands of committees. Has the architect become merely a public relations man for the civil engineer? In the last of his twelve articles, John Betjeman assesses the progress of the profession during this century, and traces a stylistic path from diluted Classical and Gothic to the New Brutalism Three and a quarter pages
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