National Review Vol. XXXVII No. 18 (September 20, 1985) with: TIME Vol. 143 No. 18 (May 2, 1994) with: U.S. News & World Report Vol. 116 No. 17 (May 2, 1994). Richard M. Nixon.
National Review Vol. XXXVII No. 18 (September 20, 1985) with: TIME Vol. 143 No. 18 (May 2, 1994) with: U.S. News & World Report Vol. 116 No. 17 (May 2, 1994)
National Review Vol. XXXVII No. 18 (September 20, 1985) with: TIME Vol. 143 No. 18 (May 2, 1994) with: U.S. News & World Report Vol. 116 No. 17 (May 2, 1994)
National Review Vol. XXXVII No. 18 (September 20, 1985) with: TIME Vol. 143 No. 18 (May 2, 1994) with: U.S. News & World Report Vol. 116 No. 17 (May 2, 1994)

National Review Vol. XXXVII No. 18 (September 20, 1985) with: TIME Vol. 143 No. 18 (May 2, 1994) with: U.S. News & World Report Vol. 116 No. 17 (May 2, 1994)

ISBN: (ISSN)00280038;00407
New York, NY; Washington, DC: National Review, Inc.; Time Inc.; U.S. News & World Report Inc., 1985; 1994. First Printings. Stapled Wrappers. His image, life & legacy are woven into & haunt the history of America during the 20th century & beyond: Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994), thirty-seventh President of the United States. Here are three vintage major magazine issues with cover features by or about this most complex, contradictory, puzzling politician: (1) National Review issue of September 20, 1985. This number of William F. Buckley's famous conservative periodical features an article penned by Nixon during his long post-presidency, "How to Live with the Bomb." Blurb on contents page reads: "We never thought we would miss strategic superiority, until we had lost it. A former President tells what it was like playing nuclear poker with a weak hand." (2) TIME Magazine issue of May 2, 1994. This issue is mostly devoted to Nixon, who had died on April 22, 1994. Featuring an article, "Victory in Defeat"; an excerpt from his then-just-completed book Beyond Peace; & a lengthy obituary-biography, all with many photos of Nixon & co. through the years. With front cover color portrait of the later Nixon that really jumps out at the viewer. (3) U.S. News & World Report issue of May 2, 1994. As with (2), this issue was published in the immediate wake of Nixon's death, & features a long article, "Richard M. Nixon: His Place in History," that reviews & assesses his life & career, also with many images. The issues are otherwise contemporary time capsules of the mid-1980s & 1990s, with many other articles, contemporary ads etc. All three of these issues are from the library of James Perrizo (1944-2006), the devoted Beat-&-Beyond scholar & collector, with his mailing references on front covers. Three fascinating & informative Nixon-related relics. All three magazines in very fine condition with only mild rubbing, creasing & very occasional tiny spots to front, back covers & stapled spines; light wear & a few tiny bumps at edges & corners of same; staples in (1) beginning to rust with no discernible bleeding. Interiors all very fine with only tiny bumps at corners of some page leaves; a few light, faint creases at surfaces of a few of same. Very Fine. [Item #3670]

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