People, Oct. 16, 1978

Katharine Tait, the late Bertrand Russell's daughter, denying that her father was a feminist although he talked like one: "He had four wives, and each one was just his wife and had no other career than being his wife. That in itself tells you."

Saul Steinberg, artist and cartoonist: "The doodle is the brooding of the hand."

Richard Leakey, Kenyan anthropologist and author (People of the Lake): "What happens after death? I don't think anything need happen."

Kenneth Russell Cork, newly elected Lord Mayor of the City of London: "I think the way the British survive in the circumstances in which they are forced...

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