The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 - Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power"


112 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Great Robin Hood-themed ad for Patty Petite fashions; Nice one-page black and white photo portrait Hohner harmonica ad features Al Hirt; Lovely Springmaid color-photo centerfold Springmaid ad features Sandy Hilton; Nice Jade East ad; Great Jane Irwill ad entitled Knitticism!; Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power" - photo-illustrated article in which King says Blacks respond to violence because they lack influence on American thought, and he advocates the use of Black economic, political, and ideological power (Fisher, page 10); What's Wrong with American Newspapers? - a newsman's critique of the press; The Ibos go it alone in Nigeria - photo-illustrated article; WWII sex education cartoon by Sgt. George Baker features Sad Sack after watching an Army sex hygiene film; Lovely two-page Faberge lipstick ad; Nice color ad for Rooster square-bottom ties; What We're Learning About Learning; Italian villa of Romano Rui designed by Gian Case; Great photo of 1920s New York newsstand; Elephants to the Rescue in Vietnam; Fantastic very colorful one-page photo ad for Pinch whisky appears to feature Benny Goodman and friends; and more. Please note: Missing pages 87-92. Above-average wear. Some pages loose but present. Covers loose but present. Faint library stamp and handwritten date upon front cover. A rough but worthy reference copy.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 - Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power"

Author: Eder, Richard; Furlong, William Barry; King, Martin Luther Jr.; Raskin, A.H.; Garrison, Lloyd; West, Richard; Peterson, Patricia; Kramer, Rita; Claiborne, Craig; Plumb, B.

Illustrator: Shay, Art;

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, Africa,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1967

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 202g4008

Keywords: The New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1967 - Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power" color fashion ads; Great Robin Hood-themed ad for Patty Petite fashions; Nice one-page black and white photo portrait Hohner harmonica ad features Al Hirt; Lovely Springmaid color-photo centerfold Springmaid ad features Sandy Hilton; Nice Jade East ad; Great Jane Irwill ad entitled Knitticism!; Martin Luther King Defines "Black Power" - photo-illustrated article in which King says Blacks respond to violence because they lack influence on American thought, and he advocates the use of Black economic, political, and ideological power (Fisher, page 10); What's Wrong with American Newspapers? - a newsman's critique of the press; The Ibos go it alone in Nigeria - photo-illustrated article; WWII sex education cartoon by Sgt. George Baker features Sad Sack after watching an Army sex hygiene film; Lovely two-page Faberge lipstick ad; Nice color ad for Rooster square-bottom ties; What We're Learning About Learning; Italian villa of Romano Rui designed by Gian Case; Great photo of 1920s New York newsstand; Elephants to the Rescue in Vietnam; Fantastic very colorful one-page photo ad for Pinch whisky appears to feature Benny Goodman,