Maclean's Magazine, 2 November 1963 - Canadian Separatism

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Fair


76 pages. Features: Short article on the Freedomites and the death of hunger striker Paul Podmorrow in B.C. - includes small sketch of Big Fanny Storgoff; Editorial - What English Canada - and Jean Lesage - can learn from Maclean's survey of separatism; Nice fulll-page colour ad for the 1964 Acadian; Major article on Separatism by Peter Gzowski - includes many results of related public opinion polls; How Gwethalyn Graham and Solange Chaput Rolland feel about separatism; Malcolm Muggeridge describes the cult of Lord Beaverbrook; Blair Fraser reports from Africa that "The Blacks' New Enemies Are Black"; The Football Game The Fans Don't See - 1962 all-star John McMurtry describes the sixty-minute war of attrition that is the professional football player's real work; Wabush, Labrador - Bustling Construction camp - article with photos; A Moliere Play About Canada - see it on TV - in French; Why Gean Gascon is our first man of the Theatre; Lovely colour centerfold ad for the 1964 Buicks; Nice colour photo ad for Peter Jackson cigarettes; Entertainment Reviews; Laid-in is a news clipping from 19 December 1963 which includes a very graphic photo of Sgt.-Maj. Walter Leja seconds after he was maimed while attempting to disarm an FLQ bomb in a Montreal mailbox. Considerable writing on front cover. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 2 November 1963 - Canadian Separatism

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Canadiana, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1963

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 319g0574

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 2 November 1963 - Canadian Separatism CFL Freedomites and the death of hunger striker Paul Podmorrow in B.C. - includes small sketch of Big Fanny Storgoff; Editorial - What English Canada - and Jean Lesage - can learn from Maclean's survey of separatism; Nice fulll-page colour ad for the 1964 Acadian; Major article on Separatism by Peter Gzowski - includes many results of related public opinion polls; How Gwethalyn Graham and Solange Chaput Rolland feel about separatism; Malcolm Muggeridge describes the cult of Lord Beaverbrook; Blair Fraser reports from Africa that "The Blacks' New Enemies Are Black"; The Football Game The Fans Don't See - 1962 all-star John McMurtry describes the sixty-minute war of attrition that is the professional football player's real work; Wabush, Labrador - Bustling Construction camp - article with photos; A Moliere Play About Canada - see it on TV - in French; Why Gean Gascon is our first man of the Theatre; Lovely colour centerfold ad for the 1964 Buicks; Nice colour photo ad for Peter Jackson cigarettes; Entertainment Reviews; Laid-in is a news clipping from 19 December 1963 which includes a very graphic photo of Sgt.-Maj. Walter Leja seconds after he was maimed while attempting to disarm an FLQ bomb in a Montreal Mailbox,