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Magazine is in good condition considering age. Cover has some wear and aging, and an old address sticker: "Mrs. D H Goddard, Salt Lake City, UT" No other noticed markings. ; The Cover: Newsweek had expected to devote this week's cover to the boom in compact cars (see page 81). But as all eyes turned to Algeria, the editors rushed out this photo portrait (by Lionel Durand) of the man whose prestige now rests on saving the Fifth Republic--Gen. Charles de Gaulle (see page 23).
The Democratic Albatross: Why Truman is embarrassing his party leaders. Washington Trends. Page 21.
France's de Gaulle: The Final Crisis?: The giant figure imposes his will on events in Algiers--and gives the command only he could give. An on-scene report from the barricades by Newsweek's Angus Deming. Why Frenchman is shooting down Frenchman, how France's newest torment began, and the background on the five-year-old war. The huge stakes and desperate question for the U.S. and the West. Newsweek's Lionel Durand interviews a French soldier, an Algerian settler, a Moslem worker. Pages 23-28.
Tapping K's Top Secrets: No Longer a Job for Mata Hari: How the U.S. now finds out about what goes on behind the Iron Curtain. Pages 36-38.
Money Markets and the Stock Market: Why the easing in interest rates? Business Trends, page 71. Is a new selling spurt due now? Page 73.
Our Compact Cars--The Score to Date: Spotlight on Business tells how they're doing, what they may do to the auto market, draws a profile of who's buying them. Pages 81-83.
Will the Waters Take Egypt's Ancient Beauties?: That's the threat posed by Aswan's new dam--and it may cost $100 million to protect the treasures of the ages. Page 98. ; Vol. 55; 8.5" x 11"; 108 pages
Title: Newsweek Magazine - Spotlight on Business - Our Compact Cars - The Score Now - Volume LV, Number 6, February 8, 1960
Categories: Business Management,
Publisher: New York, Editorial And Executive Offices: Newsweek Building: 1960
Condition: Very Good
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 54657