The Daily Telegraph magazine - 40-Hour Week cover (4 August 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
MONARCH OF A SINGLE ACRE - Achzib is not marked on any maps. If it were it would be the minutest dot near Israel's border with Lebanon. But El Avivi is cheerfully determined to insist upon the independence of a domain in which almost anything seems to go 2 pages
...AND ON THE FIFTH DAY THEY RESTED - In Batley, Yorkshire, 40 factory workers have become guinea pigs in a social experiment which could affect us all. They work a four-day week - but with no loss of hours, for their working day is ten hours long. In America the four-day 40-hour week has already been successfully introduced by many companies; could the same happen here? In the first of two articles on the latest "industrial revolution", Theo Richmond reports on the surprising results of the four-day week experiment in this country - and the effects of the three-day weekend Five and a half pages
MARLON BRANDO - A box-office phenomenon in America, The Godfather opens simultaneously at four West End cinemas this month. Shana Alexander has just completed a seven-year interview with the star, Marlon Brando Three and a half pages
NURSERIES OF ART: 2 - In France artists, recently released into the open air, did not turn their eyes to the sea until the middle of the 19th century. Boudin was the pioneer, and Boudin was a native of Honfleur. Monet was his pupil, and the light of sea and sky shone through in the laterwork of the Impressionists. In the second article in a series on places that nourished important new developments in modern art Edwin Mullins writes about this Channel port Three and a half pages