Newsweek Magazine, July 25, 1938 - Cover Photo of Trotter at Goshen, New York

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Good


40 pages. Contents: Roosevelt Tour Widens Rift With Old-Line Democrats: But Phantom Purge Ends as a Mere Good-Will Pilgrimage Before He Takes to Sea; (James) Farley Tells All: Reveals Inside Story of Roosevelt Nomination; Oklahoma Circus: "Sooners" Rename (Elmer) Thomas in Free-for-All Campaign; WPA (Works Progress Administration) at the Polls; 'Flour, Not Pork': Texas Hillbilly (W. Lee O'Daniel) Carries on Traditions of Huey Long; 40 Million a Month: Old-Age Assistance Program Now Adopted in All States; Wage-Hour Czar: New Yorker (E.F. Andrews) Appointed Administrator of New Act; Binding the Ties of Democracy: Paris Hails British Monarch - King George (VI)'s Adherence to Course Set by His Father Pleases All Britain; Danger in August: Nazis' Demands on Prague Stir Fears of New Crisis; The Duce (Benito Mussolini) as Nordic: All Italians (Except Jews) 'Aryan and Heroic' He Says; Help for Refugees; Deserters of Geneva: Venezuela Joins Flight from Crumbling League (of Nations); China's Lives: Japanese Pin Hopes on Inland Naval Offense; The Search for Security: 5,000 Debate World Problems at Charlottesville; Greyhound at Goshen: Harness Veterans Polish Up for Hambletonian; Catholics Open Drive to Clear up Misconceptions of Church's Policies; Swallows vs. Mosquitoes: Rome Hopes Birds Will Make Pontine Marshes Livable; Boom in Child Stars: Shirley Temple Still Leads in Box Office Lure; Cameramen Take Up Polo: Free Press Crew Challenges World on Rented Ponies; World Pins Hope of Recovery on U.S. Business Leadership: League of Nations Experts See Economic Problems Easier to Solve Than in 1929; AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Administration) Dilemma: Tobogganing Prices Spread Discontent in Wheat Bowl; U.S. Deficit Rises to $3,984,887,000; Weirton Fireworks: Ouster of Defense Counsel Halts Long NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) Hearing; and Perspective: Why the Purge Petered Out. Binding intact. Contents clean and unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, July 25, 1938 - Cover Photo of Trotter at Goshen, New York

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: History, Americana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dayton, Ohio, USA, Weekly Publications, Inc.: 1938

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 823G0190

Keywords: Roosevelt Tour Widens Rift With Old-Line Democrats: But Phantom Purge Ends as a Mere Good-Will Pilgrimage Before He Takes to Sea; (James) Farley Tells All: Reveals Inside Story of Roosevelt Nomination; Oklahoma Circus: "Sooners" Rename (Elmer) Thomas in,