Maclean's Magazine, January 27, 1962 - Robert Goulet Cover Photo

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $169.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


Features: Is it the Boss that's wrong with business? - business is slipping and some of Canada's ablest executives are saying it's time to crack down on overmanagement, half-educated managers and payrolls padded at the top; What a decent government can do in Latin America - the people of Puerto Rico benefit from Luis Munoz Marin and Operation Bootstrap; Robert Goulet - the life and times of a hot property; In High Places - part 2 of Arthur Hailey's new novel; The unmarried wives - more Canadian men and women are living together without the formality of a marriage; Form Chart on Hobbies - who's in front in the $3 billion-a-year scramble to find newer and better ways to pass spare time; Memoirs of a fortnight in French - an English-speaking writer moves in with a small Quebec City family and learns how it feels to be the stupid one for a change. Colour ad for the 1962 Acadian inside back cover. Above-average wear. Water damage. A worthy reference copy.