June/july 1981

Volume 32
Issue 4

Features 

A century ago a President’s murderer went on trial for the first time in our history. The issues raised then continue to trouble us.

A marine correspondent recalls the deadliest battle of the Pacific war

AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID McCULLOUGH

A Photographic Portfolio

A haunting portfolio of newly discovered Civil War photographs

Anonymous

The sexual habits of American women, examined half a century before Kinsey

U-Boom on the Colorado Plateau

For TR, the nation s highest office was never a burden; he loved the job, and Americans loved him for loving it

Saltair, the stately pleasure dome that used to rise out of the waters of Great Salt Lake, was the Coney Island of the West.

June/july 1981

Departments 

AMERICAN CHARACTERS

LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN

NOW AND THEN

POSTSCRIPTS

READERS’ ALBUM