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Norman Mailer: Works and Days
PrefaceLennon IntroductionLucas IntroductionAcknowledgments and Appreciations
First EditionsKey TextsBibliographiesBiographiesCriticismCultural Backgrounds
Works IndexNM’s IntroductionsThe Big BiteMailer for MayorAbbott Affair
Days IndexImportant Dates
Index of NamesWorks CategoriesDays Categories
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“The Day the Movement Died.” Article by Dotson Rader. Esquire, November, 130–135, 194, 196–198, 200, 202, 204. Mailer is quoted several times in this long article on the decline and fall of various protest movements. Rpt: In a revised form as “With Mailer at the Senator’s” in Blood Dues. New York: Knopf, 1973. Rader’s book also includes an account of the anti-war rally at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York on 6 December 1971 at which a dramatic fragment from Why Are We in Vietnam? (67.15) was read. Also reprinted in the “Fiftieth Anniversary Collector’s Issue,” Esquire: How We Lived, 1933–1983 (June 1983). See 67.15, 85.11.