People, Jun. 26, 1972

Senator George McGovern's surprising primary triumphs have left the Democratic Party somewhat divided, so McGovern Enthusiast Warren Beatty staged "Together with McGovern," his fifth fund-raising extravaganza. At prices of $5 to $100, some 20,000 people flocked to New York's Madison Square Garden, to be ushered to their seats by such notables as Paul Newman, Shirley MacLaine and Julie Christie. But Beatty's piece de resistance was the reunion of three split-up groups of stars: Peter, Paul and Mary, sounding as unified as ever; Mike Nichols and Elaine May, delivering their own deadpan political satire;...

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