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Features: Don't send Johnny to college - Hugh Kenner; The One Great Question - Stewart Alsop; Red China Face to Face - a six-week visit, a chat with Mao, and intimate contact with the people; A Glimpse of Eden - the poignant story of an idyllic summer friendship between Nina Warner Hooke and a wild seal; Muslim Champ - great article on Muhammad Ali with many black and white photos; 'Get Percy Foreman' - defense attorney of renown; Sput... Pop... Clank... vaRoom - The wrench-spinners' World Series - National (Auto) Troubleshooting Finals; The $250,000 bonanza - New York City fireman Richard Shaw is left a large inheritance by a casual acquantance; Let me tell you about Mae West - she is going on 71 years old but coming up to see the grandma of all sex goddesses is still a big event; Ohio's Mad Oil Boom - drilling in fields, lawns and schoolyards, the good folks of Morrow County have shattered their rural peace in a scramble to get rich - many photos. Nice colour Corvair, Ford, GM and Rambler Ambassador ads. Front cover almost loose else unmarked with average wear.
Title: The Saturday Evening Post, November 14, 1964 *RED CHINA FACE TO FACE*
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: USA, Curtis: 1964
Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 357a4642