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Maclean's Magazine, 19 November, 1966, Multiple Contributors

Author    Multiple Contributors

Title   Maclean's Magazine, 19 November, 1966


Condition   Good

   First Edition

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1966

Seller ID   144c5687

Features: Why Mrs. Nadine Angeline Wilson, 32, went Militantly to Market; Backstage in Israel - Canadian Sundays are a Bacchanalian orgy after a Sabbath in Jerusalem; The Triumph of Isabel Lebourdais - she watched the Truscott script but watched the drama from the wings; We run our schools like well-kept prisons with bells, imperious rules and regimentation - it's 'efficient', it's orderly, it works - if all we want is the grey conformity of assembly-line minds, Jon Ruddy; The Susie Thing - colour photo fashion feature with article and photos about Susie Kosovic, a 22-year-old Toronto fashion designer - Canada's "Mary Quant"; Inflation & the Biebbers - they're an average family, trying to cope with rising prices - this is how they got by 17 years ago, and how they manage now - they're spending more - but they're living better - with a page devoted to "How Your Dollar Shrinks"; Two Views of Germany, by Irving Layton - with fantastic b/w photos including the Berlin Wall; David Sector's latest film "The Offering" - he's a Canadian curiosity - his films make money; Behavior Therapy; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; Football - ah, the sport, the thrill - the blood of it all; The Little Mags - Sexy, Arty, and Obscure - Myer Signer of Causeway Publishing; Barbara Klich argues against boycotting supermarkets and high food prices; and more. Average wear. A sound copy.

Maclean's  Magazine,  19  November,  1966  Inflation    Mrs.  Nadine  Angeline  Wilson,  32,  Went  Militantly  To  Market;  Backstage  In  Israel  -  Canadian  Sundays  Are  A  Bacchanalian  Orgy  After  A  Sabbath  In  Jerusalem;  The  Triumph  Of  Isabel  Lebourdais  -  She  Watched  The  Truscott  Script  But  Watched  The  Drama  From  The  Wings;  We  Run  Our  Schools  Like  Well-kept  Prisons  With  Bells,  Imperious  Rules  And  Regimentation  -  It's  'efficient',  It's  Orderly,  It  Works  -  If  All  We  Want  Is  The  Grey  Conformity  Of  Assembly-line  Minds,  Jon  Ruddy;  The  Susie  Thing  -  Colour  Photo  Fashion  Feature  With  Article  And  Photos  About  Susie  Kosovic,  A  22-year-old  Toronto  Fashion  Designer  -  Canada's  "Mary  Quant";  Inflation  &  The  Biebbers  -  They're  An  Average  Family,  Trying  To  Cope  With  Rising  Prices  -  This  Is  How  They  Got  By  17  Years  Ago,  And  How  They  Manage  Now  -  They're  Spending  More  -  But  They're  Living  Better  -  With  A  Page  Devoted  To  "How  Your  Dollar  Shrinks";  Two  Views  Of  Germany,  By  Irving  Layton  -  With  Fantastic  B/w  Photos  Including  The  Berlin  Wall;  David  Sector's  Latest  Film  "The  Offering"  -  He's  A  Canadian  Curiosity  -  His  Films  Make  Money;  Behavior  Therapy;  Gerald  Stevens  On  Canadiana;  Football  -  Ah,  The  Sport,  The  Thrill  -  The  Blood  Of  It  All;  The  Little  Mags  -  Sexy,  Arty,  And  Obscure  -  Myer  Signer  Of  Causeway  Publishing;  Barbara  Klich  Argues  Against  Boycotting  Supermarkets  And  High  Food  Prices; 

Price = 199.95 USD

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