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MORE LOOK magazines CLICK HERE!ISSUE DATE: August 20, 1968; Volume 32 Number 17
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COVER: 36 pages on POLITICS 1968. Why I want it, by Humphrey, Nixon, Rockefeller, McCarthy. GREEN BAY DIARY, Jerry Kramer's locker room log from training camp to championship.
[NOTE: NORMAN ROCKWELL paints a double page painting for LOOK in this issue, but he ALSO designs dresses from his previous political paintings, and poses with the girls in a photo shoot! See below for more details.]
THE NATIONAL SCENE:
Why Are We Nominating Candidates in 1968 at Horse-and-Buggy Conventions?
The Abandoned Generation, By Warren Rogers.
Who Will Count His Vote? Martin LUther King, Jr., is gone, by George B. Leonard. Sculpture by Jack Gregory, Full page photograph by Seymore Mednick.
The Prize. (The president of the United States). Text by Warren Rogers.
Too Much for One Man.
A Way Out.
Why I Want the Job, By Humphrey, McCarthy, Nixon, Rockefeller.
The End of Our Two Party World, By Daniel J. Boorstin.
If You Want to Run for President, First Find $25 Million, By Gereon Zimmermann.
The Right to Know: A TWO page color painting, painted for LOOK by NORMAN ROCKWELL.
The Issues: War & Peace, Black & White, The Ghetto, The Dollar. [ARTISTIC photographs by ART KANE.]
Memo to: Convention Delegates From: Mayor John V. Lindsay, New York Subject: Vietnam.
CRAIG CLAIBORNE: THE GOURMET'S GOURMET, By Gael Greene:The gentleman to the left is an autocrat at the restaurant table, a gastronomic super-power, and food critic of the New York Times. He is Craig Claiborne. He blasts anything instant or frozen, puts down chefs for blemished tomato wedges, seeds in the lemon quarters or machine-written menus. A Mississippi boy who won honors at the Swiss hotelkeepers school, he publicized shortening and gefullte fish before getting his job with the Times. Through the week, Claiborne eats for his readers. Weekends, he cooks for himself and friends. A spiced slice of his gastronomy life starts on page 70.
ENTERTAINMENT/SPORTS: Green Bay Diary, By JERRY KRAMER, Edited by Dick Schaap. Photograph by Marvin E. Newman.
The Political Poster Dress. "We asked NORMAN ROCKWELL if we could design dresses based on his portraits of the cantidates." [Here are the dresses modeled for the artist. Photo of artist Norman Rockwell in front of his easel, admiring the girls in the new dresses!] Produced by Gloria Plaut, Photographed by Gene Laurents.
FOOD: A Candidate Travels on His Stomach.
HUMOR: Look on the Light Side;Partch, Savage, Kaufman, Vietor, Pare.
DEPARTMENTS: Letters to the Editor; The Young View... The Establishment: If You Can't Stand It, Change It; Looking at Books... Fraud, Farce & Fantasy.
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