As long as we are talking magazine covers this morn, I am still waiting for someone (anyone) to find this (previously mentioned here) August 13, 1979 Business Week magazine for me:


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Death of Equities

Many thanks to Paul for the photo
(Does this mean you have one?)

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Category: Media

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3 Responses to “Death of Equities II”

  1. Paul K. says:

    No, I don’t have one. We do have the issue in the library next door to our offices, and I happened to be there briefly … so I scanned the cover.

  2. spencer says:

    Maybe you ought to suggest to the library that they might consider selling it. Of course I have no idea what someone would pay for it.

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