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1 William Attwood; Walter Lippmann; Hartzell Spence; William Shirer; Jack Star; Tim Cohane; I.R. McVay; et al Look Magazine, Incorporating Collier's, March (Mar.) 29, 1960 - The Age of Payola / The Quakers / Basketball All America / Dr. Susan Cook Cover Photo
USA Cowles Magazines 1960 First Edition Paperback Good 
102 pages. Features: Nice ad for Kraft ice cream toppings; Two-page 1960 Chrysler ad; Vintage one-page ad for Zenith pocket (transistor) radios; Oasis cigarette ad; Color Pontiac ad features a seaside blue 1960 Bonneville convertible; Our New Hospital Crisis - many unqualified foreigners are serving in US hospitals as interns and resident physicians; The Training of a Good Doctor - Susan Cook studies at the University of Chicago - major photo coverage; The Age of Payola - have our moral standards been destroyed by the pursuit of the dollar?; Vintage two-page color ad for the new 1960 Ford Falcon Wagons (both white); Pepsi ad features scene in horse barn with dalmation; Walter Lippmann explains Why We Accept Cheating; Nice photos of Connie Stevens with hunk Bill Troy, Mike McKee, and Jerry Eagle; Farley Granger in "The Third Season" - color photos; Sanka coffee ad features illustration of lady holding humongous coffee cup; article on pancakes; Modern fake flowers are very realistic; Marlboro ad features skin diver slouching in director-style chair - no wonder they adopted the Marlboro man a few years later; The Short-sleeved suit - tasteful fashion photos; Great two-page color ad for the (cream-colored) 1960 Buick Invicta Three-Seat Estate Wagon features Navajo people and a Monument Valley driving scene; The Quakers - religions in America; Basketball All America - with photos of Walt Bellamy, Terry Dischinger, Roger Kaiser, Darrall Imhoff, Jerry Lucas, Oscar Robertson, Tom Stith, Lee Shaffer, Jerry West and Len Wilkins; Hitler's Bloody Drive to Power - the inside story, with great photos; Photo Quiz; Color ad for "Man-Tan" product which tans white skin without sun (creepy); Two Young Friends Named Ellen - Ellen Erwitt and cripple Ellen Kalman of New Rochelle, N.Y. - touching photos; Back cover color-photo Lucky Strike ad shows smiling blonde injecting tar into her lungs; and more. Average wear. Nibble and short opening at bottom of coverfold. Small piece from bottom corner of back cover. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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2 Attwood, William The Twilight Struggle: Tales of the Cold War
New York Harpercollins 1987 0060390689 / 9780060390686 First Edition, First Printing Hardcover Very Good Very Good 
0060390689 433 pages. Prior owner's name upon front endpaper. Author has covered the world since 1946; his career has thus spanned four decades of the cold war. As an American Ambassador in two countries and at the U.N., as an editor of Look, as publisher of Newsday, and as a foreign correspondent for other publications, he has kept close to the principal events and personalities of his time. Now, he has created this uniquely intimate history of the cold war, from Churchill at Fulton, Missouri to Reagan at Reykjavik. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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