Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 5, 1981 Through December 28 1981

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good


Over one inch thick. Some of the many topics include: the powers that be decide Canadians can handle high mortgage rates; Haig and Gromyko agree to arms talks; Carole Laure; Applied Research is threatening free discovery; Fiction's Triumph; Bora Laskin story and cover illustration; Trudeau pushes Candus in South Korea; Solidarity re-elects Lech Welesa in Poland; Shannon Tweed; Glorious Crete; David Steinberg; Murder of Anwar Sadat; Appalachia struggles through coal's booms and busts; Gouzenko's case revisited; Jeff Conaway; The Montreal Expos were one game from the World Series; Birth of a new social order in Spain; Europe's New Left; New Leader in Poland; Jean Wadds; Peter Hodgson; Joanne Curran; Cancun Summit falls short of success; Via Rail; Poland's ruler tightens his grip; St. Jean Baptiste Day parade is back; Canada's national soccer team; Scott Hylands; Cutbacks loom for Canada's universities; Federal agreement - less Quebec; Evelyn Hart; the threatened caribou; Saudi peace plan makes headway; Dome Petroleum; Conchata Ferrell; Budget '81 - the gathering storm; Space Shuttle Columbia's safe return; Rene Levesque talks tough, but so does Trudeau; Martha and the Muffins; Sylvia Tyson; Robert Bateman; Howard Pawley's upset victory in Manitoba; Ulster's days of rage; Angie Dickinson; Canada's soccer team falls short to Cuba; Women and native groups fight for inclusion in the charter of rights; Edith Butler; Victoria Snow; Arab Summit Fez fell apart; Allan Gotlieb becomes ambassador to U.S.; Levesque plays for time; Special report on the Constitution; Barbara Amiel; Urban problem in Connecticut; Peter Munk; Poland's hour of agony; Deborah Harry; Trevor Berbick; Images of 1981; Grab for the Golan; Last stand at Szczecin; MacEachen gives in to screams about the budget; and many more. Light wear. Firmly bound. Few library markings.

Title: Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 5, 1981 Through December 28 1981

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Maclean Hunter: 1981

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good

Type: Former Library Copy

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 857c6081

Keywords: November Maclean's Magazine: Bound Issues October 5, 1981 Through December 28 1981 high mortgage rates; Haig and Gromyko agree to arms talks; Carole Laure; Applied Research is threatening free discovery; Fiction's Triumph; Bora Laskin story and cover illustration; Trudeau pushes Candus in South Korea; Solidarity re-elects Lech Welesa in Poland; Shannon Tweed; Glorious Crete; David Steinberg; Murder of Anwar Sadat; Appalachia struggles through coal's booms and busts; Gouzenko's case revisited; Jeff Conaway; The Montreal Expos were one game from the World Series; Birth of a new social order in Spain; Europe's New Left; New Leader in Poland; Jean Wadds; Peter Hodgson; Joanne Curran; Cancun Summit falls short of success; Via Rail; Poland's ruler tightens his grip; St. Jean Baptiste Day parade is back; Canada's national soccer team; Scott Hylands; Cutbacks loom for Canada's universities; Federal agreement - less Quebec; Evelyn Hart; the threatened caribou; Saudi peace plan makes headway; Dome Petroleum; Conchata Ferrell; Budget '81 - the gathering storm; Space Shuttle Columbia's safe return; Rene Levesque talks tough, but so does Trudeau; Martha and the Muffins; Sylvia Tyson; Robert Bateman; Howard Pawley's upset victory in Manitoba; Ulster's days of rage; Angie Dickinson; Canada's soccer team falls short to Cuba; Women and native groups fight for inclusion in the charter of rights; Edith Butler; Victoria Snow; Arab Summit Fez fell apart; Allan Gotlieb becomes ambassador to U.S.; Levesque plays for time; Special report on the Constitution; Barbara Amiel; Urban problem in Connecticut; Peter Munk; Poland's hour of agony; Deborah Harry; Trevor Berbick; Images of 1981; Grab for the Golan; Last stand at Szczecin; MacEachen,