Maclean's Magazine, May 16, 1965 - Rene Levesque on Cover

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: News piece on furor over new Social Insurance (SIN) numbers; The Battle of Nouveau Quebec - how the territorial ambitions of Rene Levesque may yet bring down our government; Can these men really figure out Canada? - the intricacies of the biggest royal commission ever, the Dunton-Laurendeau Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism; How K.C. Irving wields his power - concluding a three part series on the complex man who dominates New Brunswick; The Great Money Panic of 1963 - a recreation of the four days when Canadians learned who really runs the economy (a fascinating and little-known story); The Greatest Canadian-bred ever - how Northern Dancer, 'overpriced at $25k' earned his first quarter million; How Kahn-Tineta Horn became an Indian - a young native who has grown proud of his race; The Bachelor Party Circuit - a pretty girl (Marika Robert) describes her holiday in Jamaica with everything.. but bachelors; When Mounties were imported - a retired RCMP senior officer recalls colleagues like the Honourable Eustace; W.O Mitchell claims all westerners are snobs. Nice colour ad for the 1964 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan. Average wear and soiling.