American Mass-Market Magazines

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bers. New Times sought to ride the crest of the wave of the counterculture into the "new times" the editors saw as dawning in the early 1970s or as having dawned in the 1960s. The future they envisioned included a world in which alternatives--in life styles, energy resources, technology, poisons, etc.--would make the world a freer, safer, less environmentally damaging, and in general a better place in which to live. The trouble is, the new times turned out to be characterized by self-centered materialism and status seeking and to be more like the old times (pre-1960s) than ever. The magazine, like the new times, died aborning.


Notes
1.
Jonathan Z. Larsen, "Final Tribute," New Times, 8 January 1979, p. 92. Other gaps sometimes seen as appropriate niches for New Times are those among the newsweeklies and monthlies and journals of opinion. And Time mentioned the demographic gap "of people too old for Rolling Stone and too young for Commentary." In "Final Tribute--Time Runs out for New Times," Time, 27 November 1978, p. 100.
2.
"Final Tribute--Time Runs out for New Times," p. 100.
3.
"New Times: Think of Us as the Mighty Mouse of Magazines," New Times, 16 May 1975, pp. 16-17.
4.
"New Time's Party," Time, 22 October 1973, p. 88.
5.
"Newer Times," Time, 23 February 1976, p. 55.
6.
George A. Hirsch, "Behind the Scenes," New Times, 8 January 1979, p. 4.
7.
"Is News Extinct?" New Times, 16 October 1978, p. 9.
8.
"New Times: Think of Us," pp. 16-17.
9.
"Is News Extinct?," p. 9.
10.
"Lean and Hungry Looks," Newsweek, 27 October 1975, p. 78.
11.
"Newer Times," p. 55.

Information Sources

BIBLIOGRAPHY

"Periodical literature," 1973-1979. ( New Times articles cited.)


INDEX SOURCES

Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature ( 1978-1979); Popular Periodical Index ( 1974-1977); Access ( 1975-1977); Magazine Index ( 1977-1979).


LOCATION SOURCES

St. Louis Public Library; many other libraries. Available in microform.


Publication History

MAGAZINE TITLE AND TITLE CHANGES

New Times: The Feature News Magazine, 1973-1979.


VOLUME AND ISSUE DATA

Vol. 1, no. 1-vol. 12, no. 1, 19 October 1973-8 January 1979, biweekly.

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