Maclean's Magazine, 2 May 1983

By: Multiple Contributors

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Features: Krugerrand advertisement; Belgium - a flourishing hub of illicit trade in endangered species; Q and A with Alvin Toffler; Arafat leaves Beirut for Greece, ending 12 years of PLO activity in Lebanon; Marc Lalonde's federal budget - big for business; Is Canada's Tax System Fair? - by Linda McQuaig; Questions about Bryce Mackasey's Finances; Peter Blaikie leaves the federal PC leadership contest; Politics and property rights in Canada; Central American dilemmas; Bombing at U.S. embassy in Beirut - with photo; Vintage colour ad for Radio Shack TRS-80 computer family; Poland - heading back to the brink?; Ontario's great Trust Affair - Leonard Rosenberg; Brazil's struggle with debt; Peter C. Newman on Walter Gordon; Carling Bassett scores a big breakthrough; Canada's field hockey future; The new bad nuclear news - with photo of a B-52 on the 'Trestle' - shielding electronic circuitry from the EMP threat; Acid Rain controversy; Allan King's controversial documentary on the effects of unemployment; Great vintage colour ad for the Apple personal computer; the University of Waterloo has quietly become one of North America's leading training grounds for computer scientists; Canal to connect the Danube with the Rhine; Fine tuning for Canadian pay TV. Average wear.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 2 May 1983

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean Hunter: 1983

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 825c7352

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 2 May 1983 Krugerrand advertisement; Belgium - a flourishing hub of illicit trade in endangered species; Q and A with Alvin Toffler; Arafat leaves Beirut for Greece, ending 12 years of PLO activity in Lebanon; Marc Lalonde's federal budget - big for business; Is Canada's Tax System Fair? - by Linda McQuaig; Questions about Bryce Mackasey's Finances; Peter Blaikie leaves the federal PC leadership contest; Politics and property rights in Canada; Central American dilemmas; Bombing at U.S. embassy in Beirut - with photo; Vintage colour ad for Radio Shack TRS-80 computer family; Poland - heading back to the brink?; Ontario's great Trust Affair - Leonard Rosenberg; Brazil's struggle with debt; Peter C. Newman on Walter Gordon; Carling Bassett scores a big breakthrough; Canada's field hockey future; The new bad nuclear news - with photo of a B-52 on the 'Trestle' - shielding electronic circuitry from the EMP threat; Acid Rain controversy; Allan King's controversial documentary on the effects of unemployment; Great vintage colour ad for the Apple personal computer; the University of Waterloo has quietly become one of North America's leading training grounds for computer scientists; Canal to connect the Danube with the Rhine; Fine tuning for Canadian pay TV,