Newsweek Magazine, November 8, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Good


44 pages. Contents: Empty Victories for Japan, Vague Hopes for 9-Power Pact: Orderly Retreat Thwarts the Conquerors at Shanghai; Collective Bargainers Fail to Strike a Bargain: Voices From the Ranks Plead for Labor Peace; 'Mutiny': (S.S.) Algic's Troubles Show Union Strength and Weakness; Treasury's Lady: The Assistant Secretary (Josephine Roche) Goes Back to the Mines; G.O.P. Travail: Party Applauds and Regrets Hoover's Speech; Big Navy: Big Ships, Big Guns, Big Money on the Seas; (Francisco) Franco Prepares to Use Roman Design for Victory: Pirates and Sheiks Act, Diplomats Continue Haggling; Resignation: Wizard of Reich Finance (Dr. Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht) Finally Tires of Nazi Miracles; Roman Holiday: The Duce (Benito Mussolini) Marks Anno XV by Recalling (Vittorio Cerruti) Paris Ambassador; Dog Fight: Bulldog (Andre Tardieu) and Fox Terrier (Francois de la Rocque) of French Politics Mix It Up; Twain as a Menace: Brazil Gestapo Indicts Tom Sawyer as a Red; John (Moore) Montague, Mystery Golfer, Adds Another Score to His Record; Radio Gore Criticized for Making Children's Hour a Pause That Depresses; The Oldest Phonograph Record Played, Then Displayed in Washington; The Networks Present More and Better Unsponsored Programs; (Karl) Capek Shows That, as Far as Man Is Concerned, No Newts Is Good Newts; Albert Halper Continues His Autobiography in His New Novel; Book Review: "Great Contemporaries: by Winston Churchill; Authorities Take Issue as to Whether Candid Cameras Are Too Candid; Spotlight Focused on Cancer at Surgeons' Meeting in Chicago; Diabetes and Birth Discussed at Rochester; Observers Debate Whether New Deal Is About-Facing: Declining Trade Causes Demand for Change in Policy; Third-Quarter Earnings Hold to Prosperity Levels; (Edward R.) Stettinius: Some Young Men Take Over U.S. Steel Corp.; Utilities: Bonneville (Dam) Head (James D. Ross) Proposes Countrywide Rate Yardstick; and Perspective: As the (Arms) Conference Opens and Beer Since Repeal. Full Page Vintage Color Print Ad with Robert Taylor Promoting Lucky Strike Cigarettes. Half page black/white Ol' Judge Robbins Cartoon Ad for Prince Albert Pipe Smoke. Nice color-photo ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes on back cover features Robert Taylor, star of "Yank at Oxford"; Binding sound. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Average wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, November 8, 1937

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: History, Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1937

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 823G0174

Keywords: Empty Victories for Japan, Vague Hopes for 9-Power Pact: Orderly Retreat Thwarts the Conquerors at Shanghai; Collective Bargainers Fail to Strike a Bargain: Voices From the Ranks Plead for Labor Peace; 'Mutiny': (S.S.) Algic's Troubles Show Union Streng,