Esquire: The Magazine for Men (September 1967)

Gingrich, Arnold (Publisher)

Edité par Esquire, Inc., Chicago, IL, 1967
Etat : Good Couverture souple
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A large, massive magazine with glossy pages containing 204 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in light to moderately worn and soiled outer covers showing narrow edge chip; chip to each of upper and lower outer spine edges; internal pages are in excellent condition. Special Campus Issue. Contents include: Watched - The New Student President by Gina Berriault ("David Harris of Stanford. He preached peace, opposed the draft, tangled with fraternities, fought for educational reform, and then quit. His phone is tapped"); photospread Roommates (college); Zen Basketball, Etc. at San Francisco State by Herbert Wilner ("Who knows how to play? The student? The teacher? Who cares? A guided tour through the hippiest college"); Painting the Ocean Red, Etc. at Columbia University by Dan Carlinsky and Bernard Lefkowitz ("Why not? Every day is Christmas for members of the Warmth Movement, and anything is possible"); Confessions of a Campus Pot Dealer by "Ric" ("I turned on 200 fellow students at the U. of Mich"); Tune Up, Turn Disestablishmentarian, Drop Out by Robert Christgau (with college photos of 32 rock 'n roll stars); The Word Gets Out by Michael Lydon (on the underground press); The Underestimation of Dwight D. Eisenhower by Murray Kempton; fiction Winterkill by Jesse Hill Ford; The Human Race Has, Maybe, Thirty-Five Years Left by David Lyle ("After that, people will start eating plankton. Or people"); photospread Nine Heroes; The Bitter Tea of Dr. Tsien by Milton Viorst ("Who wants a Chinese Comsymp scientist working on our missile program? Not us - so Tsien Hsue-shen is in Peking now, working on THEIRS"); Tall, balding, dead Henry R. Luce by T.S. Matthews ("A longtime, reasonably loyal ex-employee sets the record straight"); fiction The Pledges by Bruce Jay Friedman; two-page drawings and art work by Cassius Clay - early drawings - and later as Muhammad Ali. N° de réf. du libraire 010218

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Titre : Esquire: The Magazine for Men (September ...

Éditeur : Esquire, Inc., Chicago, IL

Date d'édition : 1967

Reliure : Magazine

Etat du livre :Good

Edition : 1st Edition

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