American Mass-Market Magazines

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Ridgeway, James. "The Ramparts Story: . . . Um, Very Interesting." New York Times Magazine, 20 April 1969, pp. 34-44.

"Two for One," New Republic, 15 February 1969, pp. 9-10.


INDEX SOURCES

Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature (1968-1975) Alternative Press Index ( 1969-1975); The Catholic Periodical Index ( 1962-1966).


LOCATION SOURCES

University of Illinois at Urbana, St. Louis Public Library, Washington University. Available in microform.


Publication History

MAGAZINE TITLE AND TITLE CHANGES

Ramparts.


VOLUME AND ISSUE DATA

Vol. 1, no. 1-vol. 13, no. 10, May 1962-August-September 1975; five issues annually, 1962-October 1964; monthly (with often ten issues annually), October 1964-1975; published somewhat irregularly, 1964-1975; in 1968 the magazine was briefly published twice a month.


PUBLISHERS AND PLACES OF PUBLICATION:

Edward M. Keating, The Layman's Press, May 1962-August 1965; Ramparts Magazine, 1965-1970; Noah's Ark, Inc., 1971-1975; Menlo Park, California, 1962-1966; San Francisco, California, 1966-1970; Berkeley, California, 1970- 1975.


EDITORS

Edward M. Keating, 1962-1965; Warren Hinckle III, ca. 1965-1969; Robert Scheer, 1969; masthead lists only groups of editors beginning in 1970.


CIRCULATION

Summer 1964, 2,500; 1965, 10,000; August 1966, 165,000; 1967, 29,471; 1969, ca. 171,258-225,000; 1971, 122,407; 1973, 122,000; 1975, 103,469; 1977, 65,000.

Daniel Straubel


READER'S DIGEST

Reader's Digest Association has published for over sixty-five years a monthly magazine of general-interest nonfiction articles for the whole family. The association publishes the magazine in Braille, Large Print, and Talking Book editions as well as Junior editions popular in the elementary schools.

The Digest's human interest and inspirational articles are generally condensed from three sources: articles written and published in other magazines, articles submitted by the readership, and commissioned articles written by the Digest's own staff writers. Today probably 76 percent or more of the articles are staff written as commissioned originals. 1 The Digest's editors seek to simplify complex

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