Paris Hebdo. Nos. 1 (January 9-15 1980) through 12 (March 26-April 1, 1980) (all published?)
A probable complete run in 12 issues (issues ranging from approx. 70 to 100 pp.) of the short-lived French publication focused on daily life and culture in the city of Paris, under the editorial direction of Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber, with articles on topics such as the economy, art, theater, food, fashion, city demographics, politics, and other issues affecting Parisians day-to-day, profusely illustrated throughout primarily with reproductions from photographs. Sm. 4to. Orig. illus. wrpps. Paris 1980. Servan-Schreiber, often called JJSS, was a French journalist and politician who co-founded the French news magazine L'Express in 1953, and in 1964 transformed it to a weekly magazine patterned after Time, resulting in a spike in its popularity. He also became president of the Radical Party in 1971, overseeing its transition to the center-right. He also wrote two best-selling books on politics and international relations. As of April 2015, WorldCat locates only 1 holding worldwide. (Inventory #: 48237)
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