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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 34, WINTER, 1992

Editorial

Louis T. Milic: Not Taking It Lying Down, 3

Medicine

Lawrence Martin: Too Much Sugar, Too Little History, 5

The discovery of insulin

Books

Jack Matthews: Colloquies in a Pagan Land, 14

Opinions of an Ohio frontier preacher

Cleveland

Dan Grayson: Noshing Down East 105th Street, 27

The sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of a Jewish neighborhood in the 1920’s

Fiction

Patrick Murphy: Tiger, 42

Collecting

An interview with Jack Saul: Over 100,000 Records, 55

Writing

Stuart Kollar: Too Many Writers, 67

Are numbers destroying the value of creativity?

UFOs

Benjamin Gleisser: Watchers of the Skies, 75

Clevelanders’ encounters with aliens

Counterpoint

An interview with Steve Slane: Skeptical Watchers, 88

An analysis of belief in UFOs

Opinion

Dionysius Amplus: When Did It Happen?, 91

Too many calendars, not enough synchronization

Leonard Trawick: Review, 94

Robert L. Schwarz’s Broken Images

Publication Date

Winter 1991

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Medicine and Health Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 34, Winter 1991

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