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"I was elated' Rachor told NEWSWEEK. "I had envisioned the car was going to be upside down in the river or something." Kati and the girls were airlifted to a i by hospital while the frantic search for James continued.

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A Treasury of Vivid Newsweek English

(Newsweek April 11/April 18, 2005 - Travel 2005: "Do Not )" by William Underhill) eal: negotiate an agreement [see "struck deals ... (News week July 8, 2002 — "Business: "The Giants Stumble'" tn Lowry Miller) ks: reductions ...

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Essay Writing Step By Step

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Essay Writing  Step By Step

For more than 30 years the Newsweek Education Program has been providing teachers and students with the finest integrated news education program in the United States. This is an invaluable educational resource from a trusted program dedicated to helping students succeed.

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Watching M A S H Watching America

Newsweek , January 5 , 1976 , p . 33-34 ; " Angola : detente under fire . " Newsweek , January 19 , 1976 , p . 20-29 ; " How much has Angola hurt the U.S. ? " Time , February 23 , 1976 , p . 22 ; " An easy rout — and an olive branch .

Watching M A S H  Watching America

It has been said that M*A*S*H was a show set in the 1950s which reflected the shifting values of the 1970s and early 1980s. Hawkeye Pierce, Radar O'Reilly, Trapper John McIntyre, Sherman Potter, Margaret (Hot Lips) Houlihan, B.J. Hunnicutt, Frank Burns, Charles Emerson Winchester, Max Klinger--these and the many other characters who populated the MASH 4077 used the Korean War as a backdrop to comment on many of the social issues of their day. Using a unique blend of comedy and drama, the show's first three seasons (1972-1975) focused on the anti-Vietnam War sentiment that consumed much of America. As Vietnam ended, M*A*S*H moved on to concentrate on other contemporary issues--the women's movement, the rise of the religious right in American politics, the new narcissism that marked the early 1980s, the heightened awareness of underage or excessive alcohol use, and the increased emphasis on family in American life. How the series presented these issues and its success in doing so are the subjects of this critical study. An episode listing--brief plot outline, casts and credits, air dates, and titles--is also provided.

Daily Labor Report

The district court found that the severance benefit policy applicable to all Inside Sports staff members , including plaintiffs , was set forth in the collective bargaining agreement between Newsweek and The Newspaper Guild of New York ...

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Inside the Founding of Newsweek

A former wartime pilot and Time magazine s first foreign editor, Thomas J. C. Martyn had a vision: to establish a weekly news magazine that would rival Time, which in the 1930s was the only magazine of its kind in the United States.

Inside the Founding of Newsweek

Bronze Medal winner of the 2015 Axiom Business Book Awards, biography/memoir category. A former wartime pilot and Time magazine s first foreign editor, Thomas J. C. Martyn had a vision: to establish a weekly news magazine that would rival Time, which in the 1930s was the only magazine of its kind in the United States. Martyn succeeded so resoundingly that Newsweek has prospered for over 80 years, first as a stalwart of print media and now in the digital era, as well. Newsweek was Martyn s brainchild, brought to life through his own perseverance and ingenuity. So it came as a bitter blow when a series of rivalries and disputes led to his ousting from the Newsweek board just four years after its first edition. In the 1960s Martyn wrote this memoir, which his granddaughter Anne Martyn Alexander has recently brought to light. He draws a vivid picture of his efforts to get Newsweek off the ground; his meetings with powerful men such as President Roosevelt and Henry Ford; and his own idiosyncrasies that may have played a part in the rift with the Newsweek board. Like so many visionaries, Martyn was a charismatic yet difficult man to work with, and his often-feisty character comes through clearly in his memoir. This classic entrepreneur s story reveals the struggles and triumphs of getting a national magazine off the ground during the depths of the Great Depression. One man s pursuit of his dream meets the tumultuous era of the 1930s in a book which will entertain and engage Newsweek fans, entrepreneurs, and history buffs alike. "

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Nachrichtenmagazin

Dieser Inhalt ist eine Zusammensetzung von Artikeln aus der frei verfugbaren Wikipedia-Enzyklopadie.

Nachrichtenmagazin

Dieser Inhalt ist eine Zusammensetzung von Artikeln aus der frei verfugbaren Wikipedia-Enzyklopadie. Seiten: 24. Kapitel: Stern, CHiLLi.cc, Maclean's, The Economist, Newsweek, Plautdietsch FRIND, Time, Le Point, Pogl d, Life, Beijing Rundschau, Areamobile.de, Taiwan heute, L'Express, European Voice, The Spectator, The Saturday Evening Post, L'espresso, Veja, Panorama, Wprost, Profil, Itogi, Russki Newsweek, Picture Post, U.S. News & World Report, Telquel, Polityka, Le Nouvel Observateur, Jeune Afrique, Cambio 16, Dein Spiegel, Monato, China heute, Collier's, HaOlam haZeh, Reason, Newsweek Polska, Exame, India Today, Newswatch. Auszug: Der Stern (eigene Schreibweise: stern) erscheint als aktuelles Wochenmagazin jeden Donnerstag und wird zum Grossteil in Deutschland verbreitet. Henri Nannen grundete den Stern nach dem Krieg unter neuem Verlagsdach 1948 in Hannover neu. Die Chefredakteure sind Andreas Petzold und Thomas Osterkorn. Das Magazin wird vom Hamburger Verlagshaus Gruner + Jahr, einem Unternehmen der Bertelsmann Media Group, herausgegeben. Der Stern behandelt politische und gesellschaftliche Themen, er bietet Nutzwertjournalismus und klassische Reportagen, zeigt Fotostrecken und portratiert Prominente. Traditionell legt das Magazin mehr Wert auf Fotografie als Nachrichtenmagazine, seine Geschichten sind im Durchschnitt reportagenhafter geschrieben. Die verkaufte Auflage des Stern liegt bei 851.745 Exemplaren. In Deutschland erreicht der Stern 7,47 Millionen Leser bzw. 11,5 Prozent der deutschen Gesamtbevolkerung ab 14 Jahren. Grundungsort Anzeiger-Hochhaus in HannoverDie erste Ausgabe erschien am 1. August 1948 im neu gegrundeten Stern-Verlag Henri Nannen, der seinen Sitz im Anzeiger-Hochhaus hatte. Dies wurde moglich, nachdem Henri Nannen im Juli 1948 von der britischen Militarregierung die Genehmigung zur Umbenennung der ehemaligen Jugendzeitschrift Zick-Zack" in Stern erhalten hatte, fur die er einige Monate zuvor die Lizenz..

New York

All during the dinner hour, Newsweek staffers kept trying to locate either Schlesinger or his Pentagon press secretary, Joseph Laitin. Stymied, Rich Thomas, one of the magazine's financial correspondents, called Lieutenant Colonel Nancy ...

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Newsweek April 3 2006

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Forbes

News and Defense Pany ] HE ERS When Newsweek plus Time can get you a higher rating than All In the Family , it ' s time to rethink television . How can you beat the top - rated show on TV ? hold earns $ 20 , 000 or more ) with a ...

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The Good Girls Revolt

Lynn Povich was one of the ringleaders. In The Good Girls Revolt, she evocatively tells the story of this dramatic turning point through the lives of several participants.

The Good Girls Revolt

It was the 1960s--a time of economic boom and social strife. Young women poured into the workplace, but the "Help Wanted" ads were segregated by gender and the "Mad Men" office culture was rife with sexual stereotyping and discrimination. Lynn Povich was one of the lucky ones, landing a job at Newsweek, renowned for its cutting-edge coverage of civil rights and the "Swinging Sixties." Nora Ephron, Jane Bryant Quinn, Ellen Goodman, and Susan Brownmiller all started there as well. It was a top-notch job--for a girl--at an exciting place. But it was a dead end. Women researchers sometimes became reporters, rarely writers, and never editors. Any aspiring female journalist was told, "If you want to be a writer, go somewhere else." On March 16, 1970, the day Newsweek published a cover story on the fledgling feminist movement entitled "Women in Revolt," forty-six Newsweek women charged the magazine with discrimination in hiring and promotion. It was the first female class action lawsuit--the first by women journalists--and it inspired other women in the media to quickly follow suit. Lynn Povich was one of the ringleaders. In The Good Girls Revolt, she evocatively tells the story of this dramatic turning point through the lives of several participants. With warmth, humor, and perspective, she shows how personal experiences and cultural shifts led a group of well-mannered, largely apolitical women, raised in the 1940s and 1950s, to challenge their bosses--and what happened after they did. For many, filing the suit was a radicalizing act that empowered them to "find themselves" and fight back. Others lost their way amid opportunities, pressures, discouragements, and hostilities they weren't prepared to navigate. The Good Girls Revolt also explores why changes in the law didn't solve everything. Through the lives of young female journalists at Newsweek today, Lynn Povich shows what has--and hasn't--changed in the workplace.

Journal of Japanese Trade Industry

Newsweek Newsweek Newsweek Mon . Tue . Wed . Photograph by Robert Phillips The Week News Thur . Newsweek Fri . Newsweek Sat . R1 The work week . It ' s five days long . In the normal world . But our world is news .

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James Bond and the Real World of Spies

Newsweek was there when James Bond became a cultural icon back in the 60's and now Newsweek tells the whole story in this special book that that looks at Ian Fleming's vision, as a member of British Naval Intelligence in World War II. He ...

James Bond and the Real World of Spies

Newsweek was there when James Bond became a cultural icon back in the 60's and now Newsweek tells the whole story in this special book that that looks at Ian Fleming's vision, as a member of British Naval Intelligence in World War II. He created his MI6 spy, code number 007, in 1953, and a decade later, with Dr. No, From Russia With Love and then Goldfinger. He saw his creation take on a life entirely his own. Its all here: The movies, the stars, the gadgets, the artifacts, and the trivia. Newsweek takes an indepth look at how life imitates art as the compares real life spy stories to those we see on the big screen with some great revelations.You will want to treasure this book as a unique collection like no other. The book with include some behind the scenes material an coverage of "Spectre" the 24th James Bond Movie scheduled for a 11/6/15 release.