The world through a monocle : the New Yorker at midcentury / Mary F. Corey.
At midcentury, The New Yorker magazine occupied an unsurpassed niche of cultural authority, wielding a power without precedent in the magazine market. In this period a small but influential community of readers relied on The New Yorker as a guide to the emerging postwar world, turning to it for info...
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