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  • Final Printed Newsweek

    Newsweek's last print edition, Dec. 24, 2012.
    The Newsweek/Daily Beast Company
  • Final Printed Newsweek

    Newsweek's last print edition comes out on Monday, Dec. 24. Here is a look at some memorable covers, starting with Feb. 17, 1933. Publication will continue digitally online and in <a href="https://ssl.palmcoastd.com/19501/apps/DES?ikey=52GIBA" target="external">iPad</a> editions.
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    Dec. 3, 1945.
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    Aug. 21, 1950.
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    Nov. 18, 1963.
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    Dec. 2, 1963.
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    Jan. 6, 1964.
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    March 15, 1965.
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    Dec. 20, 1965.
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    March 21, 1966.
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    Nov. 13, 1967.
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    March 4, 1968.
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    July 30, 1973.
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    May 16, 1977.
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    Dec. 22, 1980.
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    Jan. 23, 1985.
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    Sept. 11 special edition - 2001.
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  • Final Printed Newsweek

    Dec. 13, 2011.
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