The New York Times Magazine, November [Nov. ] 28, 1976: Ma Bell Fights for Her Monopoly
New York, The New York Times Company. 1976, First Edition. Single Issue Magazine, Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Ill.: Seymour Chwast. Features: Cover illustration of Ma Bell going to war to preserve her monopoly, which is also the feature story of this issue, which describes how the high profits of high tech has set off a huge battle between the communications giants; Gorgeous two-page ad for Piaget watches; New Ways for America's nuns is disturbing to some Catholics - and wrenching for the nuns; Lessons Learned from this year's Presidential Election between Carter and Ford; Building a Better Bug Trap - Using Love (sex pheromones) instead of Poison; Peace settles on Quemoy and Matsu - but they maintain constant vigilance against Red China; Racquetball!! - article about this rambunctious sport, with photo of Charlie Brumfield playing Steve Keeley; Lovely one-page color-photo ad for Mademoiselle Magazine; Photos of 'Sunstruck Styles' for women; Architect Michael A. Rubenstein's Riverside Drive cooperative - article with photos; and more. 132 pages. Excellent color and black and white photo reproductions including fabulous fashion ads, and more. Faint school stamp upon front cover and table of contents. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. Good.
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