Los Angeles: the weekly, 1949. Magazine. Entire run of 52 issues, each 8p. and so about 400p., 12x9 inch semi-alkaline leaves, quarter-buckram boards spine-titled in gilt and silver foil; paper stock is mildly toned. A handsome production in unblemished condition,
Ruminations on a great variety of subjects, such as left politics (e.g., Wobblies, Louis Adamic), international movements (Gandhi's Autobiography is reviewed), ethics and religion (vedanta, amongst other such systems), Christmas in Los Angeles. In general, eccentric liberalism.