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Norman Mailer: Works and Days
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Stephen McLeod born to Beverly on 10 March.

In June, Mailer purchases a house in Provincetown, 565 Commercial Street, where he will live with Beverly and their children until 1969.

Cannibals and Christians (66.11), his third miscellany, is published on 29 August. The dedication reads: “To Lyndon B. Johnson, whose name inspired young men to cheer for me in public.” He speaks at several anti-Vietnam War rallies this year.