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March 7, 1942
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-7 -
, pp. 8-10 -
The Rotten Apple
by Walter Duranty, pp. 11-12 -
Russia, 1918: a man who knew his conspirators
Be Yourself, Girlie!
by Jim Marshall, p. 13 -
Some sound advice from the man who makes up the movie stars
How Strong is Japan's Navy?
by John Maloney, pp. 14-15 -
An expert appraisal of what we're up against in the Pacific
China Gold, fifth of eleven parts
by Pearl S. Buck, p. 16 -
by Stanley Frank, p. 17 -
Ray Robinson, the walloping welterweight
by C.F. Kearns, p. 18 -
An old-timer proves his right to fight
I Don't Like to Travel
by Quentin Reynolds, p. 19 -
Odyssey of a famous war correspondent
I Knew Her Like a Book
by James Aswell, p. 20 -
It always happens to men who understand women
First in the Sky
by Denver Lindley, p. 21 -
The commercial airlines' new superplane
The Prophet Ezequiel
by Frank Gervasi, pp. 22-25 -
Senor Padi, Mexico's salesman of American unity
Our Fighting Men
, pp. 26-30 -
Masquerade in Miami, ninth of eleven parts
by Octavus Roy Cohen, pp. 31-55 -
The Short Short Story
by Eddy Orcutt, pp. 56-73 -
The Ace of Saps
, pp. 74-76 -
Sea Power vs. Air Power
by Jon Whitcomb, -
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