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Newsweek Magazine, September 19, 1949 - Cover Photo of Robert A. Taft
Weekly Publications, Inc, 1949. 88 pages. Cover: Robert A. Taft Contents: Of Steel, Rails, and the Economy - Philip Murray's C.I.O. (Congress of Industrial Organizations) and Benjamin F. Fairless's United States Steel Settlement; Politics: (Robert A.) Taft at Bat; Crime: Killer on a Rampage - Howard Unruh; The Navy's Spirit; The Monetary Crisis: We'll Share Britain's Troubles - Britain, Canada and United States; Britain: The Wringer Beckons - "Britain's only salvation lies in going through 'an economic Dunkerque'".; Germany: Dismantling, the New Political Key; Spain: The U.S. Fleet's In; Britain: Holding the Wage Line - British Trades Union Congress Convention; Yugoslavia: And Now It's Titler; The Thread From Rome to London; 'The Servant Problem': New Status for an Old Occupation; Medicine: Two-Eyed X-Rays - LeRoy J. Leishman and his three-dimensional fluoroscope; Television: Enter Sylvania (Electric Products, Inc.); Housing: Four Rooms by U.S. Steel; Industry: 'Save Boeing' for Seattle; The Case for Capitalism; Religion: Thomas Merton, Trappist (monk of the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky); The (English) Channel: Final Summary - Shirley May France; The (Brooklyn) Dodgers' Problem - Branch Rickey; Education: For Navajo Knowledge - Dr. George A. Boyce; and Perspective: On American Highways. Full page colour vintage print advertising including De Soto, General Motors, "88" Oldsmobile and a Standard Oil Company ad with the Southern Pacific Lines "Lark" locomotive through Santa Susana Pass. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom right front cover. Average wear. Contents clean … [Click Below for Full Description]
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