The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Corn Is Pink cover (22 January 1971)
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - some age wear
DWARF INHABITANTS OF AN ORANGE-FREE STATE - The demise of the Provos, the young Dutch revolutionaries, has resulted in the birth of a second extremist party in Holland, the "Dwarfs". Who are they? Can they survive? One and three-quarter pages
ANTI-SEMITISM: THE CORRUPTED CRUSADE - Hatred of the Jews, a scar on the past, remains a festering part of the present - disguised as denunciations of "Zionism" and found in East and West. Even in idle British disparagement, are the past theological prejudices of a Christian past corrupting a secular present? 5 pages
SEEING THE WOOD FOR THE TREES - A camera that "sees" through cloud, even at night, is an obvious advantage in searching out hidden enemy positions. Now, as Howard Sochurek's photographs show, it also has peaceful uses 5 pages
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