Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, December 22, 1952 - Cover Illustration of Artist John Falter

By: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Fair


76 pages. Features: Boeing photo ad features experimental military equipment powered by gas turbines; Korea Controversy; Ike's Patronage Problems; Senator Styles Bridges says "Atomize Foe if we Must"; High feelings in High Court on Dixie School Segregation; Investigations - Red Front Funds; Korean War coverage; Color ad for General Tires; Nice two-page color ad for National Steel; Fairbanks-Morse color ad highlights New Orleans; Riots and Riches in North Africa - many troubles beset France; Indo-China setback; White defiance in South Africa; Photo of Sweden's Greta Hoffstrom who now appears on that country's money; Nice one-page two-color Hilton Hotels ad features proclamation of Christmas; Illustrations of Moscow fashions; Nice illustrated two-color ad for Continental Motors Corporation features heavy equipment at work; Fantastic color-photo-illustrated centerfold ad for Lockheed features their new Super Constellation - awesome cabin photos!; Canada/CBC's TV "Iron Curtain" is finally pierced by private broadcasters; Artists with Brush and Talent Paint Americana for Americans - Norman Rockwell, Al Parker, Joe De Mers, Harold Von Schmidt, Floyd Cavis; Nice two-page color ad for General Motors (GM) trucks, locomotives and other heavy equipment; Nice two-color one-page ad for the Mallory UHF converter (radio); Basketball article; Fred Haney photo; Brief obituaries for Comdr. Charles H. Lightoller and Capt. Charles G. Duffy; Howard Hughes back in charge of RKO; Henry Hazlitt writes on the collapse of controls; Asiatic Fever; Gamma Globulin Bank; Champion spark plug ad features photo of Indianapolis 500 winner Louis Meyer; Hyster forklift ad on last page; and more. Covers heavily-worn and loose but present. Above-average external soiling. Minor tape repair to spine. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, December 22, 1952 - Cover Illustration of Artist John Falter

Author Name: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Categories: Aviation, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1952

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 302G3318

Keywords: Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, December 22, 1952 - John Falter Cover Illustration Boeing photo ad features experimental military equipment powered by gas turbines; Korea Controversy; Ike's Patronage Problems; Senator Styles Bridges says "Atomize Foe if we Must"; High feelings in High Court on Dixie School Segregation; Investigations - Red Front Funds; Korean War coverage; Color ad for General Tires; Nice two-page color ad for National Steel; Fairbanks-Morse color ad highlights New Orleans; Riots and Riches in North Africa - many troubles beset France; Indo-China setback; White defiance in South Africa; Photo of Sweden's Greta Hoffstrom who now appears on that country's money; Nice one-page two-color Hilton Hotels ad features proclamation of Christmas; Illustrations of Moscow fashions; Nice illustrated two-color ad for Continental Motors Corporation features heavy equipment at work; Fantastic color-photo-illustrated centerfold ad for Lockheed features their new Super Constellation - awesome cabin photos!; Canada/CBC's TV "Iron Curtain" is finally pierced by private broadcasters; Artists with Brush and Talent Paint Americana for Americans - Norman Rockwell, Al Parker, Joe De Mers, Harold Von Schmidt, Floyd Cavis; Nice two-page color ad for General Motors (GM) trucks, locomotives and other heavy equipment; Nice two-color one-page ad for the Mallory UHF converter (radio); Basketball article; Fred Haney photo; Brief obituaries for Comdr. Charles H. Lightoller and Capt. Charles G. Duffy; Howard Hughes back in charge of RKO; Henry Hazlitt writes on the collapse of controls; Asiatic Fever; Gamma Globulin Bank; Champion spark plug ad features photo of Indianapolis 500 winner Louis Meyer; Hyster forklift Ad,