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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 19, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, November 12)
Date:11/11/2007

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ELLIS COSE: "Why I Write" (p. 49). Contributing Editor Ellis Cose recounts the personal impetus " ... that shook my world, upended my life and turned me into a writer," from the July 1966 Chicago Riots to the April 1968 assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "After the riot, I pondered why it was that my city, my world, was so divided by color. And why was it that the distance between those two worlds seemed so difficult to bridge?" he writes. "After the riots of April, my interest in journalism grew. The more I read the more convinced I became that I had something to contribute."

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"Faces of A Fiery Year" (p. 50). Congressman John Lewis, Ethel Kennedy, Robert McNamara, Walter Cronkite, the crew of Apollo 8 and others who spoke out -- and stood out -- in the monumental events of 1968, are included in a photo essay by photographer Nigel Parry.

"It's Ms. America To You" (p. 58). Senior Editor Barbara Kantrowitz explores one of the most iconic moments in the feminist movement, when women dumped symbols of female oppression-girdles, steno pads, and stilettos-into a "freedom trash can." Bras went in, too, but none were burned, in the midst of the infamous and symbolic protest in 1968 staged outside the Miss America pageant. Kantrowitz talks with the lead protester and Judith Ford, who was crowned Miss America '68.

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SHARON BEGLEY: "What the Beatles Gave Science" (p. 59). Science Columnist Sharon Begley writes about the spring of 1968 when the Beatles traveled to the Maharishi's ashram in northern India to mediate. "The high-profile visit still echoes 40 years later-in, of all places, science, for the trip p
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