People: Apr. 20, 1970

His efforts to impugn Barry Goldwater's sanity during the 1964 presidential campaign have cost Publisher Ralph Ginzburg and his now defunct Fact magazine $91,795.08 in libel settlements. After mailing his personal check to the Senator's office, the flamboyant Ginzburg vowed to "continue to speak out on any issue that I consider important to the American people. To paraphrase Patrick Henry, I care not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me debt."

Her tastes run more toward Günter Grass, but fiction buff Mrs. Willy Brandt, wife...

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