Newsweek Magazine, July 12, 1971 - Victory for the Press

By: Bundy, William P.; Et al

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92 pages. Features: Nice color-photo ad for the ill-fated Ford Pinto inside front cover; Nice Long Distance ad features photo of Miss Mary Ann Van, Executive Secretary, Arthur Godfrey Productions; Victory for the Press - Supreme Court rules in favor of the press re: government secrecy 'in the national interest'; Joe Columbo is shot in Manhattan; Indonesia moves toward stability; Three cosmonauts die aboard Soyuz 11; Saab 99 car ad; John W. Snyder; Le Duc Tho and Henry Kissinger - a way to end the Vietnam war?; Daniel Ellsburg - the man who started it all; The Secret History of the Vietnam War (Cont'd) - major coverage; Sexy Smirnoff ad features young couple in small boat; Plugging the leaks at the Rand Corporation; Large color photo of Jim Collier in Chase-Manhattan Bank ad; Richard Speck; Soviet Union and Israel discuss resumption of diplomatic relations?; Victor Louis; War in Pakistan; One-page color ad for Chevrolet's disastrous Vega (red); Jim Garrison arrested in New Orleans (with photo); The Vietnam Vogue - fashion article; Photo of Eddie Kasko with Carl Yastrzemski; Muhammad Ali is vindicated by Supreme Court; Dr. Jacob A.O. Preus; GMC Truck ad; Digital Equipment (DEC) and its popular minicomputers; Two-page Ford ad features airbag testing; Switach shoplifting prevention product; NYPD corruption investigation; New younger breed of prostitutes; Semen storage; New Light on Cold Sores; Jane Fonda; The Fillmore East and the Fillmore West are closed by Bill Graham; Golda Meir Has the Masada Complex; and much more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Newsweek Magazine, July 12, 1971 - Victory for the Press

Author Name: Bundy, William P.; Et al

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Americana, Fashion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Newsweek, Inc.: 1971

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 838G4878

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