The Saturday Evening Post, March 17, 1962 *THE SAD COMEDOWN OF SUGAR RAY ROBINSON*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Good


Features: Unfair Tax Laws - you are probably paying more than your share, says Ross M. Robertson; Albania - where Stalin still rules - can this tiny, backward Communist nation continue to oppose Khrushchev's power?; People on the Way Up - Giancarlo Baghetti, Jane Powell Rosenthal, Mark Wilson (TV's top magician); The Grass Craze - lawn lovers by the millions have taken the greensward to heart - here's how to work wonders with your private pasture; The New Frontier Women - wives of White House insiders battle to keep up with the sophisticated, hectic life in the Capital, by Flora Lewis; We Waste a Million Kids a Year - can our schools bridge the gap? - part 2 of 3; Timeless Idaho - how this wildly beautiful state preserves a slow-paced, independent way of life; The Last Days of Sugar Ray - the rise and fall of America's flashiest titleholder, the boxer they said would never have money trouble. Uncommon full-page advertisement for Tea ('The Hot Refresher') features the Detroit Red Wings NHL Hockey Team with black and white images of Sid Abel, Gordie Howe, Terry Sawchuk, and others. Average wear. Tears to to some interior pages at fold, otherwise a sound copy.