SURVEY GRAPHIC seems to me a sort of urgent flagbearer for the New Deal. The articles are written by intelligent and articulate thinkers and doers. It aspires to a high standard of production values, and is neat rather than lavish (appropriate to the period and the SG's message. It tends to use available images rather than commissioned ones, and scours the gallery world for approriate images, very often in contemporary lithographs. The covers are however often visually arresting. November 1928 is by Lynd Ward.