Maclean's Magazine, April 3, 1965 *BLUEPRINT FOR OUR SECOND CENTURY*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Colour photo ad for the 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle inside front cover; The Great Kiti-Wat Name Game - only in Kitchener-Waterloo could two universities get almost identical names; The paradox of your car insurance - Everybody loses, by Jack Batten; Harold Wilson's daily gamble with defeat; The case of the Tortured Tunesmith (or Quick, Watson - the music!), by Richard Gehman; How to fix Canada - according to a new generation of intellectuals; What Quebec's 'primitives' don't know about art is making them rich!; When the Saints Came Marching North - the vanguard of Mormon emmigration to Canada crossed into Alberta from the United States 78 years ago, ending a gruelling 800-mile trek - with photos; Robert Thomas Allen's sentimental journeys, #2, Paris. Average wear. A sound copy.