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New Yorker Magazine - May 20, 1974 - Cover by Robert Weber
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 20, 1974 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: Robert Weber
Publication Date: May 20, 1974
Page Count: 152 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Suzannah Lessard. Reactions of a number of people to the edited transcripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. John Kenneth Galbraith, economist, Harvard University Ambassador to Indian under Pres. Kennedy: "I've been in and out of Washington for the last 25 years and I've never heard talk this this. Of...

Letter from Tokyo by Robert Shaplen. The Japanese are both highly pragmatic and, beneath a sphinxlike surface, highly emotional. After having enjoyed a miraculous annual growth rate Japan was almost brought to its knees by the international economic & oil crises of 1973-74. After the oil crisis was over there began a reappraisal of thecountry's economic...

Comment by Fred C. Shapiro. Reactions of a number of people to the edited transscripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. Edward J. Bloustein, president of Rutgers University said: "I find myself a little troubled that I and a lot of other people are looking at the transcripts as part of a detective...

Musical Events by David Hamilton.

Comment by William Shawn. Reactions of a number of people to the edited transcripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. John Gardner, chairman of Common Cause said: "The impact is going to be very great on the American people. My own feeling is that the movement of public opinion in this case...

Comment by Jane Boutwell. Reactions of a number of people to the edited transcripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. Joseph A. Califano, Jr., attorney; special assistant to President Johnson said: I've read about half the transcripts, and the contrast with the Johnson White House is enormous. I think it's an utterly...

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

The Current Cinema FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE ROLLER COASTER by Penelope Gilliatt.

Comment by Hendrik Hertzberg. Reactions of a number of people to the edited transcripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. Russell Kirk, historian said: "Did Pres. Nixon deliberately obstruct justice in the Watergate affair? That is the legitimate concern of Congress in the matter of the tapes. As far as I can...

Comment by Lillian Ross. Reactions of a numberof people to the edited transcripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. Norman Mailer, author, said: "Quick thoughts: Nixon's crime is his inability to rise above admiration for the corporation. Throughout the transcripts he is acting like the good, tough, even-minded, cool-tempered, &...

Fiction Pipe All Hands-Chimeras Dead Ahead! by S. J. Perelman. Where does one learn the answers to rhetorical questions, but in Hearst's "American Weekly." And it was in Hearst's pages that the writer, at age 12, read about Prof. Hugo Munsterberg's experiment at the Harvard Law School. Munsterberg, a famed psychologist, lecturing a class of future lawyers on the unreliability...

Comment II-SUPERTANKERS by Noel Mostert. PROFILE of supertankers. Quotes the comments of Prof. J.K. Mallory & S.L. Muller, both published in the "Argus," a local South African newspaper. Mentions interview with Captain L.J. Tarp, of the tanker Artemis...

Comment by Jervis Anderson. Reactions of a number of people to the edited transcripts of the tape recordings made by Pres. Nixon. Claire Randall, general secretary of the National Council of Churches said: "I must speak personally, because the National Council has not taken any position on the transcripts. I would say, then, that...

The Theatre UP FROM OOLOGAH by Brendan Gill.

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. When professional bettors have a big one down on something, they also put down smaller wagers on the horses they look upon as contenders, and they call such bets "saviours...

Fiction The Blameless Triangle by Sylvia Townsend Warner. Wirre Gedanken, now extinct, was a small elfin kingdom in a crevice of the Harz Mountains, ruled by Queen Balsamine. She was irritable & arbitrary except for her compassion for marmots. One day she was bitten by a mouse & decided to go tothe resort of Bad Nixenbach for a...

Poetry River by Greg Kuzma. We muddled everything, then left off...

Poetry Ode To My Desk by Douglas Dunn. My desk! You're a mess, and no mistake...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 20, 1974 - Cover by Robert Weber


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