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Newsweek Magazine, January 3, 1938
Weekly Publications, Inc, 1938. 44 pages. Contents: Tokyo Apologizes to U.S., Speeds up Conquest of China - Yuletide Notes End Crisis Over (U.S.S.) Panay While Japanese Blast Out New Triumphs; Congress, Special Session Ends With Fun, Leaves a Problem - The President Ponders How to Handle a Defiant Congress and a Business Slump; TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) Trouble: Congress May Chastise the President's Pet (Arthur Ernest Morgan); Buffalo: Graft Aired - Radio Broadcasts Point up Coming Investigation; Wire Tapping: U.S. Court Decision Lights Career of a Lawyer (Louis Halle); Chicago and the Ponies - Legalization of Bookmaking Provokes Municipal Storm; Tom Heflin: Story of an Old Schooler's Fight Against a New Dealer; The Spy Scare: White House Letter Asks Protective Measures; (Alf M.) Landon vs. (Herbert) Hoover: Alf Puts Himself in Spotlight with Letter to President; WPA (Works Progress Administration) or the Dole?: Increase in Unemployment Sharpens the Problem; London-Paris Axle: Harmony Counterbalances Fascist 'Axis' - Powers Pledged to Exchange Military Information: Britain to Give France Motors; Pius XI vs. Nazis: Pope Denounces 'Brutality', 'Deceits of Cunning'; The King's Christmas: George (VI) the Modest Carries on His Father's Tradition; Siege of Teruel: Loyalist Victory Sets Scene for Another (Francisco) Franco Fiasco; Death and Diplomacy: Foreign Office 'Purification' Cements (Joseph) Stalin's Power; Caribbean Candidate - Angel Morales Awaits His Day for Dominican Comeback; The 'Oldest Choir Girl' (Maria Savage) Begins a New Year - Her 74th, on New Year's Day; Col. (Edward M.) House Urges America Help Britain and France Keep Peace of World; Bishop of Virginia (Henry St. George Tucker) Becomes Head of Episcopal Church; 'Little John', (Johnny Adams) the Jockey: Self-Taught Rider Comes Home for the 260th Time; Analysts See Early Upswing - With Three Ifs...: Psychology, Washington and Taxes May Turn the Tide Either Way; Utility Chiefs Talk of Truce (Frank R. Phillips and William H. Taylor); Civil War and Recession Drain Labor's Treasury; and Housing Bills: Congress Wants a Boom, but It's up to John Brown. Back cover colour-photo ad with Myrna Loy promoting Lucky Strike Cigarettes. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Contents clean and unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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