People: Mar. 16, 1962

Convinced that "tobacco, in the form of cigarettes, is a poison more lethal than the deadliest narcotic," Oregon's Democratic Senator Maurine Neuberger, who gave up her own addiction six years ago, vowed to "introduce legislation to deal with this tragic problem." Her probable bill: a new tax on cigarettes to subsidize cancer research. —

In his farewell lecture as Cambridge University's Reader of English, the grand panjandrum of British criticism, stiletto-tongued Frank Raymond Leavis, 66, set off the biggest explosion to rock Britain's literary Establishment in a decade. Leavis' target: Author-Bureaucrat Sir Charles...

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