Sunday Times Magazine 19 September 1971 Trotsky Midwife Toad Vanishing Tribes
THE SUNDAY TIMES magazine Contents, September 19, 1971
Planet Earth: the first comprehensive guide to men, money, power and politics in the world today — announcing a new Magazine series. Page 19 The Case of the Midwife Toad: the story of a famous scientific fraud —or was it ? An investigation by Arthur Koestler. Page 20
Trotsky — the Conscience of the Left: a picture biography of the Permanent Revolutionary (right); photo-research by David King. Page 32 Trotsky — his Relevance Today: an assessment of his influence by Tamara Deutscher. Page 44
The Vanishing Tribes: the life and customs of Africa's most primitive peoples, photographed by Niirella Ricciardi. Page 54 Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crossword. Page 60
The Great British Plot: the first in a new series on British gardens and their gardeners, by Brenda Jones; photograph by Ian Yeomans. Page 64
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