The Saturday Evening Post. July 1966 - January 1967 bound volume. BOB / THE BEATLES DYLAN, John Steinbeck.
The Saturday Evening Post. July 1966 - January 1967 bound volume.

The Saturday Evening Post. July 1966 - January 1967 bound volume.

Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Company. 1966.
Bound volume containing issues July 2, 1966 through Special Issue (Dec. 7 - January 7, 1967) of the magazine (#s 14 to 27), library cloth binding (hardbound) 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches, with color pictorial wrappers bound in. Ex-library with minimal markings: library stamp and address label to each cover. Light wear and occasional creasing, long mended tear to December 3 front cover, small ink marks to a few covers; contents appear to be complete. HEAVY VOLUMES - WILL INCUR EXTRA SHIPPING CHARGE. A trip back to the sixties, not just the Mad Men take on it. A fascinating snapshot of sixties American popular culture. Articles include: "American and the Americans" by John Steinbeck; "Negroes Have A Right to Fight Back" by John Oliver Killens (with cover headline "Must Negroes Use Violence"); article on Bob Dylan "Well, What Have We Here" by Jules Siegel; articles "Auschwitz: The Worst That Ever Happened"; "Death in Our Air" (air pollution); "The Monarchs of the Beatle Empire", etc. HEAVY VOLUMES - WILL NEED EXTRA SHIPPING. Item #53005

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