7 issues of Scribner's Commentator: July 1940, October 1940, February 1941, April 1941, July 1941, November 1941, December 1941. Ken W. Purdy, Ivan T. Sanderson, Albert J. Nock, Col. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Hamilton Basso, Lillian Gish, Charles A. Lindbergh.
7 issues of Scribner's Commentator: July 1940, October 1940, February 1941, April 1941, July 1941, November 1941, December 1941
7 issues of Scribner's Commentator: July 1940, October 1940, February 1941, April 1941, July 1941, November 1941, December 1941

7 issues of Scribner's Commentator: July 1940, October 1940, February 1941, April 1941, July 1941, November 1941, December 1941

Digest sized magazines, measuring 9 x 6.25 inches, all very good with light wear and soil, crease to cover of Feb. 1941 issue. Nice Hawkins cover on July 1940 issue. A slightly high-brow journal with articles on politics, history and culture with a clear Libertarian bent, including a number of articles by Albert Jay Nock, a prominent libertarian and New Deal critic, and one by Lindbergh, promoting an "America First" ideology. Interestingly, Scribner's Commentator also ceased publication in 1942 after one of the magazine's staff pleaded guilty to taking payoffs from the Japanese government, in return for publishing propaganda promoting United States isolationism. Very Good. Item #H15963

Price: $45.00