Harpers Magazine Bound Issues: July 1963 Through December 1963

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Feature articles include: The Apish Origins of Human Tension; The Hard Kind of Patriotism; The Impregnable Boston Symphony; How America "Solved" the Servant Problem; Rockefeller's Triple-threat Brain Trust; The Case for Fast Drivers; Washington's Chance for Splendor; The Troubled Conscience of American Business; The Military's Limited War Against Segregation; A special duty for Republicans; Special Supplement - The Tangled Romance of Sinclair Lewis and Dorothy Thompson; Whatever happened to the peaceful atom; Our Most American Animal; "Consider Me a Communist" - a Portrait of Evtushenko; Latin - the Church's Mother Tongue?; On the Road in Brazil; Governing Buckley by the Numbers; Danger in our Medical Labs; Louisiana's Wonderful Invention; The Multiversity; Be My Host; Balanchine's Return to Russia; How Not to Integrate the Schools; The Lost World of Cape Canaveral, 1911; Is Kindness Killing the Arts?; How Buinessmen Can Fight "Big Government" - and win; Days and Nights in Texas; Mrs. Roosevelt Does a TV Commercial; Restraints on American Catholic Freedom; My Anti-headache Diet; Africa's New Elites; California Wines - A Look at the Vineyards around the Golden Gate; How to Treat the Broadway Malady of 1963; The Slow, Quiet Murder of Tax Reform; Detroit's Surprising Mayor; The Debate Over Velikovsky - An Astronomer's Rejoinder; The Angry Young Women; and more. Moderate wear. Tightly bound. Usual library markings.

Title: Harpers Magazine Bound Issues: July 1963 Through December 1963

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Harper and Brothers: 1963

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 857c6084

Keywords: Harpers Magazine Bound Issues: July 1963 Through December 1963 Apish Origins of Human Tension; The Hard Kind of Patriotism; The Impregnable Boston Symphony; How America "Solved" the Servant Problem; Rockefeller's Triple-threat Brain Trust; The Case for Fast Drivers; Washington's Chance for Splendor; The Troubled Conscience of American Business; The Military's Limited War Against Segregation; A special duty for Republicans; Special Supplement - The Tangled Romance of Sinclair Lewis and Dorothy Thompson; Whatever happened to the peaceful atom; Our Most American Animal; "Consider Me a Communist" - a Portrait of Evtushenko; Latin - the Church's Mother Tongue?; On the Road in Brazil; Governing Buckley by the Numbers; Danger in our Medical Labs; Louisiana's Wonderful Invention; The Multiversity; Be My Host; Balanchine's Return to Russia; How Not to Integrate the Schools; The Lost World of Cape Canaveral, 1911; Is Kindness Killing the Arts?; How Buinessmen Can Fight "Big Government" - and win; Days and Nights in Texas; Mrs. Roosevelt Does a TV Commercial; Restraints on American Catholic Freedom; My Anti-headache Diet; Africa's New Elites; California Wines - A Look at the Vineyards around the Golden Gate; How to Treat the Broadway Malady of 1963; The Slow, Quiet Murder of Tax Reform; Detroit's Surprising Mayor; The Debate Over Velikovsky - An Astronomer's Rejoinder; The Angry Young Women,