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====''Some Honorable Men: Political Conventions, 1960-1972''. Boston: Little, Brown, 1 April. Nonfiction narrative, 499 pp., $12.50.====
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Dedication and acknowledgment: “To the memory of my father; In particular appreciation—Willie Morris, Midge Decter, Tom Griffith, Ralph Graves, Jack Newcombe, Molly Malone Cook, Mary Oliver, Suzanne Nye.” Discarded title: “Superman, Old Sock, Chicago and the Godfather.” Along with a new preface, this collection contains four previously published narratives on political conventions: “Superman Comes to the Supermarket” ([[60.9]]); “In the Red Light” ([[64.20]]); ''Miami and the Siege of Chicago'' ([[68.25]]); and ''St. George and the Godfather'' ([[72.17]]). [[Norman Mailer|Mailer]] quotes from the preface to 76.5 in the foreword to [[98.7]]. See [[73.35]], [[74.7]], [[92.10]], [[96.8]], [[97.1]].
 
Dedication and acknowledgment: “To the memory of my father; In particular appreciation—Willie Morris, Midge Decter, Tom Griffith, Ralph Graves, Jack Newcombe, Molly Malone Cook, Mary Oliver, Suzanne Nye.” Discarded title: “Superman, Old Sock, Chicago and the Godfather.” Along with a new preface, this collection contains four previously published narratives on political conventions: “Superman Comes to the Supermarket” ([[60.9]]); “In the Red Light” ([[64.20]]); ''Miami and the Siege of Chicago'' ([[68.25]]); and ''St. George and the Godfather'' ([[72.17]]). [[Norman Mailer|Mailer]] quotes from the preface to 76.5 in the foreword to [[98.7]]. See [[73.35]], [[74.7]], [[92.10]], [[96.8]], [[97.1]].

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Some Honorable Men: Political Conventions, 1960-1972. Boston: Little, Brown, 1 April. Nonfiction narrative, 499 pp., $12.50.

Dedication and acknowledgment: “To the memory of my father; In particular appreciation—Willie Morris, Midge Decter, Tom Griffith, Ralph Graves, Jack Newcombe, Molly Malone Cook, Mary Oliver, Suzanne Nye.” Discarded title: “Superman, Old Sock, Chicago and the Godfather.” Along with a new preface, this collection contains four previously published narratives on political conventions: “Superman Comes to the Supermarket” (60.9); “In the Red Light” (64.20); Miami and the Siege of Chicago (68.25); and St. George and the Godfather (72.17). Mailer quotes from the preface to 76.5 in the foreword to 98.7. See 73.35, 74.7, 92.10, 96.8, 97.1.