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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 20, WINTER/SPRING, 1987
Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2
Virtues of the general interest magazine.
Barbara B. Green: Shattering the Iron Rice Bowl, 4
Educational renewal in China.
J. E. Vacha: The Night It Can’t Happen Here Happened, 14
The Depression’s biggest media event.
The Editors: Trompe L’oeil: The Art That Deceives, 25
Fooling the eye with minute detail and linear perspective.
Lee W. Gibbs: Fasting: Religious Ritual or Definitive Diet?, 30
Diverse rationales for a universal practice.
Ron Haybron: Measuring the Motion That Is Heat, 42
The extraordinary contributions of the ordinary thermometer to modern science.
Lorna Tracy: The House at Annaghmakerrig, 54
A writer retreats to Tyrone Guthrie’s Irish estate.
Jim Mitchell: McElrath, 69
A neighborhood captured in photographs.
Ken Roby: Shoeing Horses in the Jet Age, 81
Though there is no more spreading chestnut tree, a good blacksmith can still make a living.
Gary Webster: Woodrow Wilson’s Miracle, 88
Ohio’s disproportionate effect on the 1916 presidential election.
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