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Year 1960 Archives
 
The American Mercury Archives
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  • The American Mercury
    Total Archives: 37 Years, 441 Issues, 13,067 Articles, 67,194pp
  • Tree Summary
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1920s
      = 6 Years, 72 Issues, 2,358 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
        = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 3,476 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 1940s
          = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 3,183 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of the 1950s
            = 10 Years, 117 Issues, 3,611 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of the 1960s
              = 1 Year, 12 Issues, 439 Articles
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              Decade 1960s
               
              1. The American Mercury,
                January 1960 Issue, 38 Articles, 164pp
                The "Lady Chatterley's Lover" Case
              2. The American Mercury,
                February 1960 Issue, 41 Articles, 164pp
                P.T.A. Tower of Babel?
              3. The American Mercury,
                March 1960 Issue, 39 Articles, 166pp
                Payola
              4. The American Mercury,
                April 1960 Issue, 32 Articles, 164pp
                Castro, Trujillo and the Panama Canal
              5. The American Mercury,
                May 1960 Issue, 41 Articles, 164pp
                The Conspiracy Against America
              6. The American Mercury,
                June 1960 Issue, 36 Articles, 164pp
                The Cold War in International Athletics
              7. The American Mercury,
                July 1960 Issue, 34 Articles, 164pp
                Foreign Policy for Today
              8. The American Mercury,
                August 1960 Issue, 33 Articles, 164pp
                Khrushchev and the Flight to Sverdlovsk
              9. The American Mercury,
                September 1960 Issue, 43 Articles, 164pp
                California's Controversial Governor
              10. The American Mercury,
                October 1960 Issue, 30 Articles, 164pp
                New Prophets Mislead Negroes
              11. The American Mercury,
                November 1960 Issue, 34 Articles, 164pp
                Trojan Horse Enters the Election Race
              12. The American Mercury,
                December 1960 Issue, 38 Articles, 164pp
                Leo Tolstoy: A Remembrance
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              Articles - 1960
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              1. The American Mercury
                , February 1960, pp. 130-133 - PDF
              2. The American Mercury
                , March 1960, pp. 69-71 - PDF
              3. The American Mercury
                , October 1960, pp. 127-134 - PDF
              4. The American Mercury
                , September 1960, pp. 113-116 - PDF
              5. The American Mercury
                , August 1960, pp. 63-64 - PDF
              6. The American Mercury
                , September 1960, pp. 83-85 - PDF
              7. The American Mercury
                , November 1960, pp. 107-110 - PDF
              8. The American Mercury
                , January 1960, pp. 125-126 - PDF
              9. The American Mercury
                , September 1960, pp. 65-67 - PDF
              10. The American Mercury
                , December 1960, pp. 48-55 - PDF
              11. The American Mercury
                , October 1960, pp. 103-109 - PDF
              12. The American Mercury
                , July 1960, pp. 73-89 - PDF
              13. Guest Editorial
                The American Mercury
                , February 1960, p. 51 - PDF
              14. The American Mercury
                , March 1960, pp. 96-103 - PDF
              15. The American Mercury
                , May 1960, pp. 139-141 - PDF
              16. The American Mercury
                , January 1960, pp. 105-108 - PDF
              17. The American Mercury
                , January 1960, pp. 110-116 - PDF
              18. The American Mercury
                , July 1960, pp. 148-152 - PDF
              19. The American Mercury
                , November 1960, pp. 137-141 - PDF
              20. The American Mercury
                , August 1960, pp. 111-114 - PDF