Commentator

Thomas, Lowell [editor]

Published by Payson Publishing / New Hampshire, 1937
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Volume One, Issue 1 of a magazine publishing articles and opinions about "current events and personalities'. The cover pictures Franklin D. Roosevelt speaking from the capitol; water stains along the top edge do not affect the illustration, but are darkly unattractive. Some stains on the rear as well, but the interior escaped the deluge. Overall, the magazine is quite worn, inside and out.This first issue offers pieces on the Spanish Civil War, a discussion of "the State of the Union" following the President's January address, focusing on the economy and politics, an analysis of Japan's shifting role in world politics, and articles about Joe Louis as champion and John Lewis as "dictator" of union labor. A little humor creeps in here and there, as well as commentary on lesser topics. 128 pages, 5.5" x 7.5". [A]. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Commentator
Publisher: Payson Publishing / New Hampshire
Publication Date: 1937
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fair

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Book Description Payson Publishing, 1938. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Soft Cover - VG - Book is clean and tight with light wear. Bookseller Inventory # 249026

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Book Description Payson Pub, NY, 1937. Magazine. Book Condition: Fair. Cover has darkened. Bookseller Inventory # FG 1058-19

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Book Description Commentator, Concord, NH, 1939. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. The Duchess of Kent on Cover (illustrator). 1st. stapled wraps; includes items by/about: Duchess of Kent; Mark Sullivan (If I Need relaxation), CC. Harrington (Middletown, Delaware), Frederick Palmer (Admiral leahy), Lowell Thomas (Escape from a Tyrant, Juan Vincente Gomex, H.V. Kaltenborn (Pawns of Power), Ray Tucker (Plight of the Progressives) Size: 12 vo. Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 061380

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Thomas, Lowell, Edititor. John B. Kennedy (Advisory Editor).
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Book Description The Commentator, Concord, NH, 1938. Softcover. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition. An About Fine copy with some light rubbing. 127 pages plus back page of ads and the inside of the covers. An imporatant periodical of the era. Cover portrait of Edvard Beneš, the leader of the Czechoslovak independence movement, Minister of Foreign Affairs and the second President of Czechoslovakia. Articles include: "What Would a Third Term Mean?" Arguing the third term of the Roosevelt Presidancy could lead to (the equivilat of) dictatorship. By James Truslow Adams. Other topics include The New Deal, Mexico / US relations; foreign affairs; communisim; and much more. ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 5578

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Thomas, Lowell, Edititor. John B. Kennedy (Advisory Editor).
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Book Description The Commentator, Concord, NH, 1938. Softcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. An About Fine copy with some light rubbing. 127 pages plus back page of ads and the inside of the covers. An imporatant periodical of the era. Subscription insert remains attached. Minor edge and corner wear. Cover portrait of Margaret Sanger, an American birth control activist, sex educator, and nurse. Sanger popularized the term birth control, opened the first birth control clinic in the United States, and established organizations that evolved into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. In 1937, Increased medical approval and participation were marked. A biographical article written by Gretta Palmer; a post war view of Christmas, California and it's increased influence and draw, the Peace talks at Munich, Sports, Southern Poverty (by Sen. Josiah W. Bailey), Plastics, Education, Jewish equality, women in business, 'Negro' education in the south (by Ollie Stewart a black journalist). And much more. ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 5579

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Thomas, Lowell, editor
Published by Payson Publishing Feb. 1937, New York (1937)
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Book Description Payson Publishing Feb. 1937, New York, 1937. Self-wraps; 1st Printing. Book Condition: VG. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 1st Edition.. 1st edition/1st printing. Original 1st volume of this famous magazine. Thirty Original Articles on Current Events and Personalities, one of which is John B. Kennedy (advisory editor) writing 'Joe Louis Should Never Be Champion'. The original issue of this to-be- influential magazine featuring various radio commentators and their views. Very good condition - clean, tightly bound, paper still crisp, no soiling or major damage. It has a previous owner's name written in ink lower front edge, some sunning and a very small surface scrape on the back cover, a bit of rubbing to spine and light foxing to edges only, and a long-ago straightened out crease to upper corner of the first several pages. A scarce bit of early 20th century history and memorabilia. Franklin D. Roosevelt on cover, speaking into an old-time microphone. Bookseller Inventory # 7738

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