Maclean's Magazine, 1 December (Dec.), 1950 - Death of the Canadian Seaman's Union (C.S.U.)

By: Multiple Contributors

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Features: Editorial - Housing's a Headache the Provinces Should Handle; Backstage in India - the split with India widens; The Masters at Margate - London Letter by Beverley Baxter; Everybody Boos the CBC, by Pierre Berton; Len Norris on the air with the CBC; Corn and Culture - Max Ferguson is adored by his zany half hour of amusing mimicry while Harry Boyle dishes up those highbrow Wednesday Night sessions; Ted Reeve picks Maclean's All-Canadian football team (The All-Canadian is all-American, with four from the West, eight from the East); How to buy that Christmas Tie; Death of a Union - the Canadian Seaman's Union (C.S.U.) - once strong and respected - had to die for the greater glory of the Communist Party - Here's how it was killed - a frightening, firsthand expose of Red strategy in Labor by an ex-Communist, Gerry McManus (former Secretary-Treasurer) who witnessed the betrayal of 10,000 Canadian workers from the inside; Don't Call me Baby Face - Part V (conclusion) of the story of boxer Jimmy McLarnin; Never get friendly with a friendly bear; The Double Life of Dr. James Barry - Inspector-General Barry ruled the British Army's medical corps in Canada with a bossy efficiency in a thick cloud of rumor and legend... Then, after 53 years' service, a shocking secret came out; Known to be Dangerous - fiction by Octavus Roy Cohen. Colour Studebaker ad inside front cover. Nice colour ad for the 1951 Mercury car on page 25. Nice colour ad for the 1951 Ford Monarch car on page 51. Reading copy only. Above-average wear. Page 9 loose but present. Pages 29-36 loose but present.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 1 December (Dec.), 1950 - Death of the Canadian Seaman's Union (C.S.U.)

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean's Magazine: 1950

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 339a4156

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 1 December, 1950 Housing's a Headache the Provinces Should Handle; Backstage in India - the split with India widens; The Masters at Margate - London Letter by Beverley Baxter; Everybody Boos the CBC, by Pierre Berton; Len Norris on the air with the CBC; Corn and Culture - Max Ferguson is adored by his zany half hour of amusing mimicry while Harry Boyle dishes up those highbrow Wednesday Night sessions; Ted Reeve picks Maclean's All-Canadian football team (The All-Canadian is all-American, with four from the West, eight from the East); How to buy that Christmas Tie; Death of a Union - the Canadian Seaman's Union (C.S.U.) - once strong and respected - had to die for the greater glory of the Communist Party - Here's how it was killed - a frightening, firsthand expose of Red strategy in Labor by an ex-Communis, Gerry McManus (former Secretary-Treasurer) who witnessed the betrayal of 10, 000 Canadian workers from the inside; Don't Call me Baby Face - Part V (conclusion) of the story of boxer Jimmy McLarnin; Never get friendly with a friendly bear; The Double Life of Dr. James Barry - Inspector-General Barry ruled the British Army's medical corps in Canada with a bossy efficiency in a thick cloud of rumor and legend... Then, after 53 years' service, a shocking secret came out; Known to be Dangerous - fiction by Octavus Roy Cohen. Colour Studebaker ad inside front cover. Nice colour ad for the 1951 Mercury car on page 25. Nice colour ad for the 1951 Ford Monarch,