The Saturday Evening Post, September 9, 1961 *THE TRAGEDY OF TIBET*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Features: Pigskin Preview '61 - an expert's pick of the Nation's Top Teams and Players; Berlin on a Tightrope - a Post editor reports from the city on which the eyes of the world are focused; The Tragedy of Tibet - in 2 and a half years of brutal domination, the Red Chinese have reduced this once-proud nation to slavery and famine - a shocking report based on eyewitness accounts; Brunette Today, Blonde Tomorrow - tints promise to become as widely used as lipstick; These Children Love to Read - Mae Carden teaches reading using the maligned phonetic system; Adventures of the Mind - The Joy of Life, by Alexander Eliot; Atomic War on Insects - by using radiation to sterilize males, scientists are tricking the deadly screwworm fly into breeding itself out of existence - Drs. Edward Knipling and Raymond Bushland. Somewhat above-average wear. A sound copy.