The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1979 - Cover Photo of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger


188 pages. Features: Nice Sue Brett Fashion ad; Beautiful Danskin ad features model lying atop white grand piano; Sony Portable Radio ad entitled "A Moveable Feast"; Safire on "Taking a Dare"; Lovely Alfred Dunner/Fortrel ad; The One-Necktie Man; Two-page color Farberware (cookware) ad; Interesting Harry Winston ad features large diamond on model's forehead; A Decade of Constitutional Revision (part 1 of 2) - The U.S. Supreme Court; Immortal Anna O. (Bertha Pappenheim) - from Freud to Feminism - the young Viennese patient who spurred Freud on to the development of psychoanalysis became a zealous champion of women's rights and pioneered new approaches to social work; The Kennedy Network - After JFK's death, his tough, tight entourage of political intellectuals offered their high-powered services to Bobby - Now it's Teddy's turn to mobilize the Kennedy Network; The "House" Charles De Gaulle Built - his personal home is now a museum and his country is undergoing subtle but significant renovations; Nice mink coat ad shows model on shoeshine stand; Lauren Bacall is featured in a Fortunoff ad; Britain's Notable Nonagenarians - the fond admiration accorded to England's senior citizens is unimaginable in the youth-oriented United States - with photos of Lord Brockway, Lord Shinwell, Catherine Bramwell-Booth; Prince Alice, and Ben Travers; Peugeot 504 car ad; Great one-page color-photo Izod ad features golfers Jerry Pate and Hubert (Hubie) Green; Nice two-page Carlsberg ad; Marlboro ad features fall leaf theme; Half-page ski ad for Park City, Utah; Nice one-page color Technics turntable ad; Nostalgic one-page ad for solar alarm watches by The Sharper Image; Look 37 ski binding ad; Black and White Scotch ad features photos of backgammon players including Harry Joe Brown, Jr., Kenneth Lubben, and many others; How Robert Kennedy's people blew the 1968 Oregon campaign; Humble Hampton's home designed by Tod Williams; Color fashion photos of sweaters for cool nights; Michael Norman describes a Vietnam wound that will not heal - the loss of his friend Jim Payne; Chivas Regal ad on back cover; and more. Above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, November (Nov.) 11, 1979 - Cover Photo of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger

Author Name: Safire, W.; Baker, Russell; Zion, Sidney; Freeman, Lucy; Honan, William H.; Lewis, Flora; Apple, R.W. Jr.; Bethany, M.; Et al

Categories: Psychology, Law, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1979

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 202G3937

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