December 1962

Volume 14
Issue 1

Features 

When Speaker Reed set out to break “the tyranny of the minority,” he touched off an explosive battle. At stake was the effectiveness of the chamber itself

Her brilliant fiancé had drowned, unconverted: Was not his soul forever doomed? To rescue it (and her own sanity) a girl of only 22 had to refute the harsh theology of Puritanism

The Mormons grow in numbers, but persecution makes them wanderers. Then a burst of violence results in

The men who signed the Declaration of Independence had very few illusions about what they were risking. How much of what they pledged did they actually lose?

December 1962

Departments 

READING, WRITING, AND HISTORY