Mr. Walker, an editor for the New York Times, had to go through over 3000 articles to come up with these top twenty but it was worth it. Covering a wide variety of subjects of general topical interest they include: William Barry Furlong exposing How Doctors Use Patients as Guinea Pigs; William Styron reminiscing on his own experiences as a Southerner in search of 'ol Nat Turner (the ex-slave who ignited a Negro rebellion and subsequent massacre); Tom Wolfe cooling it with a Puerto Rican contemporary troubadour; A.M. Rosenthal revisiting Hiroshima; Pat Watters probing the increasing problems in the Civil Rights Drive; Lewis Laplan giving a blow-by-blow account of what happened to Kelly, Broadway's biggest flop; Dwight Macdonald's criticisms of the Warren Report; James Mills exploring the problems of addiction in ""Needle-park""; Eric Sevareid on The Final Troubled Hours of Adlai Stevenson; William Bowen giving a technical run-down of water shortage problems and solutions; Art Buchward laughing at The Feminine Mistaque and more. Professional, polished performances by some of the best in the genre. Biographical notes. Role of Honor for last year's winners.