American Mass-Market Magazines

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William A. Henry III, "Breaking the Liberal Pattern: Quirky and Provocative, The New Republic is Surging in Influence," Time, 1 October 1984, p. 78.
45.
Janet Meyers, "New Republic Ad Pitch Leaning to Right," Advertising Age, 10 February 1986, p. 32.
46.
Ibid.
47.
Alexander Cockburn, "Chewing More Than He's Bitten Off," Nation, 20-27 July 1985, p. 39.
48.
"Liberal Magazines Adapting to the '80s," Folio, May 1986, p. 53.
49.
Beth Bogart, "Signs of Growth in The New Republic," Advertising Age, 17 October 1983, p. M14. Note: this reflects 1983 data.

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Henry, William A. III. "Breaking the Liberal Pattern: Quirky and Provocative, the New Republic Is Surging in Influence." Time, 1 October 1984, p. 78.

"Liberal Magazines Adapting to the '80s." Folio, May 1986, p. 53.

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