The Press: New Life for Liberty

Nostalgia, that longing for the no-longer, has proved profitable in fashion, films and the Broadway stage, where the revival of 1925's No, No Nanette is one of the tightest tickets in town. Now it is moving into publishing. The venerable Saturday Evening Post will rise again as a quarterly in June, and April will bring forth the rebirth of Liberty. The self-styled "weekly for everybody" folded in 1950 after a quarter-century of high circulation but low profits. Peddled door-to-door by a small army of kids coveting catchers' mitts, Liberty leaned hard on such come-ons as Mahatma Gandhi's "My Sex Life,"...

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