Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 6, 1980 through December 29, 1980

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good


Almost two inches thick. Some of the many topics include: Blood feud between Iraq and Iran; Uniforms for white collar industries; Shelly Duvall; Helmut Schmidt; Pierre Trudeau and Canada's Arctic Oil; Lindsay Wagner; Urban Cowboy; Strike by PSAC; Anne Murray; Politically incorrect lawn jockeys; Burt Reynolds; William Pollock and Drake International; France's Nuclear Gamble; Rita Moreno; Vietnamese Boat People; CDC - Canada Development Company is now majority-owned by private shareholders; El Asnam Earthquake; Brian Peckford - Confederation's Bad Boy; Carter vs. Reagan campaign; Tennessee Williams; Monique Leyrac; Big Government Squeezes Big Oil; Trudeau's National Energy Policy (NEP); Sterling Lyon; Michaele Jordana; Reza Pahlavi assumes the mantle of Shah in exile; Reagan Beats Carter; Single parent poverty; Problems with the Dall Sheep in the Kluane Lake area of the Yukon; Lockeport Nova Scotia has lost three fish plants but the people remain strong; Melody Anderson; The Global Struggle for Human Rights; Discovering Saturn; Susan Jacks; Lynn Johnston; Roy McMurtry and RCMP wrongdoing; The West Goes Wild over federal energy policy; Douglas Christie and the Western Canadian Concept; Sharon Timmins; Nick Taylor; John Fraser views China; The Pain Threshold; Mood Drugs - cure or curse; Cherie Lunghi; Farewell to Jules Leger; Devastating earthquake in southern Italy; Search for an industrial strategy for Canada; Viktor Beleko lands his Soviet Union Foxbat aircraft in Japan; Two Hungarians defect to Canada; Soviet tanks roll into Poland; Joni Mitchell dons black face to play a pimp; John Lennon killed - cover photo; Brooke Shields; Poles in search of food; The Kent Commission looks at the concentration of Newspaper ownership; Light wear. Firmly bound. Few library markings.

Title: Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 6, 1980 through December 29, 1980

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean Hunter: 1980

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good

Type: Former Library Copy

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 857c6078

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 6, 1980 through December 29, 1980 November Ayatollah Khomeni Sadaam Hussein Iraq Iran Blood feud between Iraq and Iran; Uniforms for white collar industries; Shelly Duvall; Helmut Schmidt; Pierre Trudeau and Canada's Arctic Oil; Lindsay Wagner; Urban Cowboy; Strike by PSAC; Anne Murray; Politically incorrect lawn jockeys; Burt Reynolds; William Pollock and Drake International; France's Nuclear Gamble; Rita Moreno; Vietnamese Boat People; CDC - Canada Development Company is now majority-owned by private shareholders; El Asnam Earthquake; Brian Peckford - Confederation's Bad Boy; Carter vs. Reagan campaign; Tennessee Williams; Monique Leyrac; Big Government Squeezes Big Oil; Trudeau's National Energy Policy (NEP); Sterling Lyon; Michaele Jordana; Reza Pahlavi assumes the mantle of Shah in exile; Reagan Beats Carter; Single parent poverty; Problems with the Dall Sheep in the Kluane Lake area of the Yukon; Lockeport Nova Scotia has lost three fish plants but the people remain strong; Melody Anderson; The Global Struggle for Human Rights; Discovering Saturn; Susan Jacks; Lynn Johnston; Roy McMurtry and RCMP wrongdoing; The West Goes Wild over federal energy policy; Douglas Christie and the Western Canadian Concept; Sharon Timmins; Nick Taylor; John Fraser views China; The Pain Threshold; Mood Drugs - cure or curse; Cherie Lunghi; Farewell to Jules Leger; Devastating earthquake in southern Italy; Search for an industrial strategy for Canada; Viktor Beleko lands his Soviet Union Foxbat aircraft in Japan; Two Hungarians defect to Canada; Soviet tanks roll into Poland; Joni Mitchell dons black face to play a pimp; John Lennon killed - cover photo; Brooke Shields; Poles in search of food; The Kent Commission looks at the concentration of Newspaper Ownership,