The Saturday Evening Post, March 25, 1961 *JACKIE COOPER'S OWN STORY / THE REAL AFRICA / CASSIUS CLAY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair


Features: They save infant eyes - the war against retinoblastoma at New York's Institute of Ophthalmology; We scaled Doomsday Mountain - the story of 10 men who conquered Masherbrum, a sinister 25,660 foot Himalayan giant which defied climbers for years; Unfortunately I was Rich - Jackie Cooper tells his own story; Of Men I Have Known, Part II - the Russians - Dean Acheson reveals some of his icy experiences with Russia's top-level diplomats early in the cold war; What Africa is really like - the new African nations are moving rapidly out of the Stone Age and bringing with them a seething hatred for the white man; The happiest heavyweight - Olympic champion Cassius Clay is a carefree young fighter who boasts he will someday fight for - and win - the coveted heavyweight crown. 1961 Corvair color ad. Please note: ad on page 75/76 has been removed. Unmarked. Somewhat above-average wear.