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 G√ľnter Grass, but fiction buff Mrs. Willy Brandt, wife...

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