A Letter From The Publisher: Jul. 27, 1962

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∙By being on the scene, as Correspondent James Wilde was in the Nile hovels of Barsha, where the teen-age girls with water jugs on their heads will be married by 15 and dead by 40—an illustration of the problems that face Egypt still, ten years after Nasser seized power.

∙Or riding the all-night bus, as Correspondent Ben Gate did, between one-night stands of the Stan Ken ton band (see Music) and getting into the stiff poker game and discovering that whatever glamour there is...

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