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M. S.
July 1953
New Republic;7/13/53, Vol. 128 Issue 28, p23
The article presents brief information on the changes in the journal "The New Republic (NR)," since its inception in the year 1914. The first NR was designed by Robert Hallowell in 1914. It followed the style of British periodicals with several exclusive features. For 24 years the NR appeared in Hallowell's design. But the basic change in design came in 1947. The New Republic set out then to achieve a much higher level of circulation and substantial advertising revenue.


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