1967

 

The Top Ten Fiction Books
The Arrangement - Elia Kazan
The Confessions of Nat Turner - William Styron
The Chosen - Chaim Potok
Topaz - Leon Uris
Christy - Catherine Marshall
The Eighth Day - Thornton Wilder
Rosemary's Baby - Ira Levin
The Plot - Irving Wallace
The Gabriel Hounds - Mary Stewart
The Exhibitionist - Henry Sutton

The Top Ten Non-Fiction Books
Death of a President - William Manchester
Misery Is a Blind Date - Johnny Carson
Games People Play
- Eric Berne, M.D.
Stanyan Street & Other Sorrows - Rod McKuen
A Modern Priest Looks at His Outdated Church - Father James Kavanaugh
Everything but Money - Sam Levenson
Our Crowd - Stephen Birmingham
Edgar Cayce - The Sleeping Prophet - Jess Stearn
Better Homes and Gardens Favorite
Ways with Chicken

Phyllis Diller's Marriage Manual - Phyllis Diller

 

"[W]ill she slip out of our lives and memory as quickly and completely as she slipped in?"
- 'Teen magazine on Twiggy

"If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair."
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Lyrics from the song "San Francisco" by Scott McKenzie

". . . a safari through psychedelphia, and the only foreign tour within the continental limits of the United States."
- Advertisement for the Gray Line "Hippie Hop" bus tour of the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco

"Turn on, tune in, drop out."
- Timothy Leary

"[P]rivate property does not constitute for anyone an absolute and unconditioned right. No one is justified in keeping for his exclusive use what he does not need, when others lack necessities. In a word, 'according to the traditional doctrine as found in the Fathers of the Church and the great theologians, the right to property must never be exercised to the detriment of the common good.'"
- The encyclical "Populorum Progressio", Pope Paul VI

"I knew that I could never again raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed in the ghettos without having first spoken clearly to the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today - my own government. For the sake of those boys, for the sake of this government, for the sake of hundreds of thousands trembling under our violence, I cannot be silent."
- Martin Luther King, Jr., speech at Riverside Church

 

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