Maclean's Magazine, July 4, 1964 *Seven Days That Shook Ontario - the Great Polic-State panic*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Features: How the Bill of Rights is getting in the way of justice; The Holy War to destroy Bill 99 - the fantastic law that trampled our freedoms underfoot; Jack Kent Cooke in Lotusland - he's living a rich, comic life in the U.S.A.; A Striking New Discovery in Eskimo Sculpture - first report on a group of artists who carve like angels and live like cavemen, the Caribou Eskimos of Baker Lake; Portrait of the American dollar we all love - how the great US foundations give away money creatively - $50 million in Canada; The world of Can't - a young cerebral palsy victim tells how he's beating the frustrations of charity; The Hottest Hand in Music - Zubin Mehta and the Montreal symphony; Will success spoil Gerald Gladstone?; Let the dropouts drop out, until they're ready to learn. Nice colour Coke ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked.