The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1964 - The Peasant is Half of Russia


136 pages. Features: Gorgeous color-photo fashion ads; The Farmer Frustrates Khrushchev - the peasant who would rather work for himself than the state helps keep Soviet output down; The Peasant - Half of Russia - great photos; Why They Fight for the P.A.T. (Parents and Taxpayers Group) - pairing schools to obtain racial balance; Britain's Political Style is Not Like Ours; The Walls Do Have Ears - the electronic art of listening in on other people's conversations has reached new heights; A New Canal Dug By Atom Bombs - fascinating illustrated proposal to use nukes to create a new Panama Canal; The Job of White House Housekeeper - Anne Lincoln; Four Days Shalt Thou Labor? - the rise of technology pushes for shorter work weeks; Stamps for Art's Sake - new U.S. stamp dedicated to the arts was designed by Stuart Davis; Fantastic Dan River fashion ad shows man standing between steam rollers; Where the Old Cars Go; Which Sex Owns the Pants? - where will the trend end?; Nice one-page ad for Jerry Vale song albums; Cesar Romero is featured in Petrocelli suit ad; Article on African ants; Getting into the Act - photos of Peter Fonda, Pia Lindstrom, Lynn Redgrave, Mia Farrow, Tim Rooney and Edward Albert; The Puerto Rican Tide Begins to Turn - Migrants returning to their island now match the numbers moving to the island of Manhattan; Photos of Glamour Fashions by Tiers; The Making of a Conscience; Uncommon Tuffies ad shows boys playing roller hockey; One-page color ad for Grace Line shows their large fleet at sea; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Bolla wine; Heublein Cocktails ad features formal color photo of Michael Rennie; One-page color Benson & Hedges ad features badges of American President Lines, Matson Navigation, Italian Line, Furness lines, Cunard Steam-Ship Company and United States Lines; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, September (Sept.) 20, 1964 - The Peasant is Half of Russia

Author: Crankshaw, Edward; Streit, Peggy; Hacker, Andrew; Packard, Vance; Galton, Lawrence; Hunter, Marjorie; Chase, Edward T.; Shuster, Alvin; Keats, John; Glueck, Grace; Carr, Archie; Maldonado, A.W.

Illustrator: de Vries, Paul; Falk, Sam; Tames, George; Calhoun, C.A.; Hortens, W.; Choplin, Leo; McDaniel, J.W.; Cleff, Bernie; Anderson, Doug; Secchiaroli, Tazio; Landau, Ely; Manning, Jack; Burns, Pat; Perl, Susan; Deschamps, Robert; Moore, James

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, Covert Operations,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1964

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 202g4015

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