Maclean's Magazine, November 15, 1965 *CANADA'S VIETNAM TROUBLE-SHOOTER, BLAIR SEABORN*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Features: Toronto's "Teach-in"; Colour photo ad for the OMC Snow Cruiser; Nice colour-photo ad for the 1966 Corvair; Our Man in Saigon, Canadian truce commissioner Blair Seaborn; Impersonator Rich Little - alias just about everybody - the world's most successful mimic grosses about $100k/year; How Jean Lesage Unsettled the West; The Righteous Crusaders of the New Left; The Sports Establishment - it runs sports, sportsmen and spectators; Irving Layton - the man who copyrighte passion; A dancing new world for deaf children - with photos; Part 3 of Fred Bodsworth's international bird watching series - What Happened after the Taj Mahal?; Nice two-page colour photo ad for the 1966 Buick cars; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; Now any hockey player can sue for damages if deliberately injured by another player; Back page story on the 9-month prowl of 2 RCMP officers through the narcotics jungle of Toronto and Montreal; and more. Average wear. A sound copy.