Newsweek Magazine, November 22, 1937

By: Multiple Contributors

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Book Condition: Good


48 pages. Contents: The President and Congress - Recovery Legislation at Stake: Mr. Roosevelt Stresses Long-Range Plans; Hill Worries Over Immediate Problems; Capital Press: Do Correspondents Believe What They See in the Papers?; Thanksgiving: Uncle Toby (Wilbur L. Cross) Contemplates the Flight of the Season; Mail Racket: Mr. (Jennings B.) Momsen Fools 14,000 - at $5 a Head; Mabel Shea: Mark Sullivan and F.D.R. Glorify an American Girl; (General Hugh S.) Johnson Boomerang: 'Greatest Phrasemaker' Silenced by Himself; Tupelo Law: City Limits Union Organizers; NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) Has a New Problem; A.F. of L. (American Federation of Labor) Loses: Labor Board Rules Out Edison Employes' Union; B.M.T. (Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corp.) Workers Fail to Escape Closed Shop; Haiti Appeals: President (Stenio) Vincent Gets Promise From Washington; Getulio Vargas Makes Brazil First American Fascist State; Climax in China: Victories Encourage Japan to Defy the Soviet; Chancelleries: Nazi Imperialists Now Aim at Vienna, Not Prague; Reds in Quebec: Premier (Maurice Le Noblet) Duplessis Starts a Clean-Up; Socialized Medicine, an Ideal, Disturbs Organized Medicine; Jersey Woman (Dr. Jean Broadhurst) Finds the Secret of Detecting Measles; Nobel Prize: Man (Dr. Clinton J. Davis) Who Helped 1924 Winner (Prince Louis-Victor Pierre Raymond de Broglie) Is Rewarded; Beaverbrook (William Maxwell "Max" Aitken): Prince of Press Comes Here to Breathe; Education: 44 Millions Get Together on the Subject of Johnny; Book Review: "This is My Story" by Anna Eleanor Roosevelt; The Wind Blows, Blows, and Blows Some More in "The Hurricane"; Ills of Merchant Marine Aided by (Maritime) Commission's Report: Lower Foreign Costs Make Federal Subsidies Necessary for Shipping; Farm Progam Hits Snags; Corn Causing Most Trouble; Housewives Strike: Object to Rapid Advance of Retail Food Prices; Utilities Lose: Compulsory Registration Upheld by Federal Court; Gold Flow: U.S. Loses a Few Million for First Time in 20 Months; and Perspective: Housing at Last? Full page colour anti-war advertisement for World Peaceways with mother lifting baby boy in the air "He's going to grow up to go to war? To be killed in action". Half page black/white Ol' Judge Robbins Cartoon Ad for Prince Albert Pipe Smoke. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Average wear. Contents clean and unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, November 22, 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: 823G0175

Keywords: The President and Congress - Recovery Legislation at Stake: Mr. Roosevelt Stresses Long-Range Plans; Hill Worries Over Immediate Problems; Capital Press: Do Correspondents Believe What They See in the Papers?; Thanksgiving: Uncle Toby (Wilbur L. Cross),