Maclean's Magazine, July 1, 1961 - JFK Cover Photo / George Cook Defused Bombs in WWII


Features: Presidential Party - Great colour photos of JFK's visit to Canada; James Coyne and the great debate - is Canada possible - the embattled governor of the Bank of Canada; What the music monopoly does to - and sometimes for - young Canadians - two New York management agencies have most of the say about which Canadian musicians are going to make it on the concert circuit, and what kind of music Canadian concertgoers are going to hear - a report on how Americans won a near monopoly of our concert platforms; The man who got everytthing by sending away for it - an article by Mordecai Richler; Why both sides will lose the white/black struggle for Africa; How Intelligence tests score today - the strengths and weaknesses of IQ tests; Ten hours alone with a time bomb - when Canadian George Cook volunteered for wartime special duty, he became a one-man suicide squad - good photos accompany article; Women are cowards about clothes - a fashion expert, Jane Harris, speaks out; Joan Allen and a Gentile Girl's life in Israel - she learned that Jews and Israelis are not the same people. Rev. Ray Goodall says - Let's disqualify adultery as grounds for divorce; Nice colour Pepsi ad on page 5. Colourful Labatt's 50 Ale ad on page 39. Colour Coke ad on back cover. Four inch by one inch chip from bottom corner of front cover else average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, July 1, 1961 - JFK Cover Photo / George Cook Defused Bombs in WWII

Author: Newman, Peter C.; Porter, McKEnzie; Richler, Mordecai; Allen, Ralph; Sangster, Dorothy; Robertson, Terence

Categories: Judaica, Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1961

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 339a4149

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, July 1, 1961 *JFK Colour Photo on Cover* Presidential Party - Great colour photos of JFK's visit to Canada; James Coyne and the great debate - is Canada possible - the embattled governor of the Bank of Canada; What the music monopoly does to - and sometimes for - young Canadians - two New York management agencies have most of the say about which Canadian musicians are going to make it on the concert circuit, and what kind of music Canadian concertgoers are going to hear - a report on how Americans won a near monopoly of our concert platforms; The man who got everytthing by sending away for it - an article by Mordecai Richler; Why both sides will lose the white/black struggle for Africa; How Intelligence tests score today - the strengths and weaknesses of IQ tests; Ten hours alone with a time bomb - when Canadian George Cook volunteered for wartime special duty, he became a one-man suicide squad - good photos accompany article; Women are cowards about clothes - a fashion expert, Jane Harris, speaks out; Joan Allen and a Gentile Girl's life in Israel - she learned that Jews and Israelis are not the same people. Rev. Ray Goodall says - Let's disqualify adultery as grounds for divorce; Nice colour Pepsi ad on page 5. Colourful Labatt's 50 Ale ad on page 39. Colour Coke Ad,