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Volume 23, Number 2 March/April 1972

In This Issue

March/April 1972
The Corporation As Peacemonger
Written by David W. Ewing
Illustrated by Don Thompson

Meet the manager of the international cor­poration, the new "man without a county," beholden to no one nation, loyal to many.

The Crimson Tide
Written by Brainerd S. Bates
Photographed by Burnett H. Moody

Suddenly, last summer, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, was beginning to look a lot like Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Cyprus After Durrell
Written by Isobel Fistere
Photographed by Penny Williams-Yaqub

Cottages cost as much as villas, the "Land's Ends" are being restuccoed and the roses are back on the trellises where they belong.

Egyptian Education American Style
Written by William Tuohy
Photographed by Robert Azzi

In the atmosphere of a U.S. college a generation ago, A.U.C. sharpens higher learning in a country which values it highly.

Written and photographed by Robert Azzi

In Lebanon, Miss Universe had her critics, but her slim figure, radiant good nature and inexhaustible patience conquered all.

Omar's Pump
Written by Suzanne Veille
Illustrated by Penny Williams-Yaqub

What they wanted to do, and tried to do, was ease his labors. What they did was nearly break his heart.