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Newsweek Magazine, February 7, 1938
Weekly Publications, Inc, 1938. 40 pages. Contents: Little Businessmen Called to Confer With Mr. Roosevelt: President Seems to Count on Recession Righting Itself in Next Month or Two; 'Our Duty', a Navy Second to None; Filibuster: (Robert) Wagner Is Unaware of What Every Senator Knows; (Frederick) Steiwer Tires; Infantile Paralysis: President's Campaign Reaps a Harvest of Dimes and Dollars; Boneyard-Bound (Vaterland-Leviathan); (Paul) Van Zeeland Report: A Dream Foredoomed by Realities - Belgian's World Survey Stresses the Startling Fact That Autarchy Works; Light over Holland: A Girl to Carry on the Line of William the Silent; The Lingering League: Britain, France, Russia Save Geneva From Last Dishonor; Duce's Eaglet (Bruno Mussolini) Flies Down to Rio; Far East: American Faces Slapped but 'There Ain't No War in China'; Spain: No 'Military Objective Explains the Bombs'; New Yorker Discovers a Bullet or Two in the Brain Makes Little Difference; Microscope's Efficacy for Checking on Diagnosis: New Facts in the Case; Priest (Simon Buick) Wins Permission to Spread the Catholic Faith Among Bali's Hindus; Businesslike Exchange Plan Envisages Peace With SEC (Securities Exchange Commission): Wall Street Welcomes (Carle C.) Conway Committee's Ideas for Reorganization; Miners' Meeting: Troubles Within; and City Housing: New York Mayor (Fiorello H. La Guardia) Evolves a Slum-Clearing Program. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Contents clean and unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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