New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Publisher, 1934. Pp. 53-56 in the entire magazine (which runs viii, 128, xvi p.), softbound in yapp-edged 10x7 inch wraps. Very edgeworn with a four-inch closed tear at the upper joint, rubbing and pressure-marks over the classic back-cover ad, an Edward Bernays orchestrated Lucky Strike color photo. LeSueur's famine-in-America report is lightly creased, other stories also crimped and George Simpson's "The American Karl Marx" is heavily blue-pencilled.