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New Yorker Magazine - January 13, 1973 - Cover by Ronald Searle
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - January 13, 1973 - Cover by Ronald Searle
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 13, 1973 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.


Cover artist: Ronald Searle
Publication Date: January 13, 1973
Page Count: 92 pages
In this issue:

Annals of Politics I-INCOME BY RIGHT by Daniel Patrick Moynihan. ANNALS OF POLITICS about the Family Assistance Plan, the 1969 welfare-reform proposal, backed by Pres. Nixon & finally defeated in the Senate in 1972. Based on Milton Friedman's idea from the forties of a negative income tax, FAP (originally called the Family Security System) embraced the concept, income by...

Letter from Vietnam by Robert Shaplen. In late October, Pres. Thieu opposed the cease-fire agreement, reached at the Paris peace talks. He felt the Americans were forcing it on him. This made his popularity rise. But over the last several weeks, despite numerous demonstrations staged in his behalf & exhortations by some 5,000 new govt...

Fiction Iron Larks by Penelope Gilliatt. In London Prof. Pemberton Johnson was visiting his friends Professors Philip Scropes and his wife Nora. Pemberton fled to America at the beginning of World War II & stayed on to work secretly for the CIA. There was a scandal when the CIA connection came to light because he had...

The Theatre The Land of Saints by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town New New New by Victor Chen. Talk story about a test drive in the Mazda, the rotary engine car with a Wankel engine, now on the market. Hans Gillner is a salesman at Mazda Wolf Manhattan (60 St. bet. 1st and York Ave.), the showroom visited After the writer took a test drive, he went on...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about U. S. renewed bombing of North Vietnam. Mr. Jerry Friedheim, the Pentagon man saddled with the job of explaining the bombing while his superiors are away on vacation, refused to confirm reports that the Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi had been hit. He said, "I don't know what...

The Current Cinema UNFAIR by Pauline Kael. Writer of the film "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean", which is reviewed...

The Talk of the Town by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about the premiere screening of "Across 110th Street", the first world premiere of a movie held in Harlem. Tells about the crowd outside of the theatre, the Loew's Victoria on 125 St., and their comments. Tells about a man passing out pamphlets quoting Charles Kenyatta agst. black exploitation...

The Talk of the Town Two Gatherings by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about a record album called "Free the Black Man's Chains", by the Afro-American Ensemble, and a party held to celebrate it. It's hoped that this album will be the basis of a black rock opera. The album was issued by GSF Records, the new nearly independent record...

Books Erasmus, Faust & Co. by Naomi Bliven.

The Talk of the Town Pride by M. Laufer. A roving friend who enjoys both music and schnapps reports that he was in the foyer of Symphony Hall in Boston the other evening, admiring the two bars that now adorn the place. He extended his congratulations to one of the barmen. "Thank you, sir," replied the barman. "The community...

Musical Events Spade Work by Andrew Porter.

Poetry Five Poems by W. S. Merwin. What the eye sees is a dream of sight...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 13, 1973 - Cover by Ronald Searle


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