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Magazine is in good condition considering age, and has little wear and no noticed markings. Old address sticker on front cover: "Mrs D H Goddard, Salt Like City, UT" ; The Cover: Obviously an actor of such versatility as Art Charney cannot justly be represented by a single portrait, and he should properly be studied from more than one angle. Thus two facets and two viewpoints on the cover. Photo by Jack Zwillinger. For a look at another side of Carney - the inside - see page 59.
The Old Soldier Cracks Down: Ike becomes his own Defense Secretary, tough and testy, and the mutinous grumbling dies. Our tight new military budget. Page 26.
Is This Nazi Secret Agent Telling the Truth?: George Dasch, one of the eight saboteurs who landed in Long Island and Florida, makes a fantastic claim in a new book. Page 29.
Divided Europe--The Six, the Seven, and the U.S.: A special report on rival trade blocs that threaten to split Europe. It could be deadly serious for the U.S. Page 48.
Up From the Sewer With Artful Art Carney: He's part of what's right with TV these days, and TV-Radio Editor Bill Ewald tells why. Art the comic genius, Art the dramatic actor--and Art the man as friends and neighbors know him. Page 59.
When a Downturn Means Prosperity: That's the paradox of current economic trends, as steel production mounts again. Why economists think good times have been extended well into 1960. Page 75. And why some fear recession in 1961. Business Trends, page 73.
Businessmen in Politics--Should They Be Active, and If So, How?: There's sure to be a dust-up over this in 1960. Spotlight on Business wieghs the pros and cons. The pros seem to have it--on condition. Page 84 ; Vol. 54; 8.5" x 11"; 112 pages
Title: Newsweek Magazine - Businessmen in Politics (Spotlight on Business) - The Art of Art Carney - Volume LIV, Number 27, November 30, 1959
Categories: Business Management,
Publisher: New York, Editorial And Executive Offices: Newsweek Building: 1959
Condition: Very Good
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 54655