The Saturday Evening Post, December 22 - December 29, 1962 *IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE AMERICAN WOMAN / JOHNNY CARSON*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


Features: How America Invented Manners - Russell Lynes; The American Woman - a revealing report on how American women really see themselves - a fascinating and extensive article with many great photos; Nice color centerfold of Ford Station Wagons and the Falcon Club Wagon; The Soft-Sell, Soft-Shell World of Johnny Carson - 'Tonight's' low-pressure ringmaster rates as a comic with lots of wry and little ham; The Beast in the Living Room - A canine-corps cop brings a vicous dog home to his wife and 8 kids *PLEASE NOTE THE BEAST ARTICLE IS MISSING PAGES 63-64*; Inside the Siberian Science City - William Benton reports on a new city outside Novosibirsk; Will Negroes Crack the Suburbs? - Armed with Kennedy's mandate, Robert Weaver plants to free Negroes from the city ghettos; How to Cook by the Book - building a kitchen library. Chip from nice Coke Santa ad on back cover. Somewhat above-average wear.