Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 6 May, 1961: Mordecai Richler in Paris


64 pages. Features: Cover illustration of old Montreal stairways by Ghitta Caiserman; (Scared) Scientist N.J. Berrill makes fearless forecast of the 21st century; A Fond Last Look at Montreal - text with photos of historic architectural features; It Was Fun To Be Poor in Paris - Mordecai Richler remembers; Canada - a nation of dental cripples due to major shortage of dentists; Peter Stollery Hitch-Hikes to the Gulf of Guinea - article with photos; Two Million Illiterates - Canada's Obsolete Tenth; How Robert Morse III Wages Corporate War; Maverick Politician Douglas Fisher; Colour-photo Ford of Canada centrefold; Why One English Family is Coming Back to Canada - Dennis, Billie and Craig Davill; Seagram's ad inside back cover illustrated with nice colour painting by Franklin Arbuckle of bush aircraft the "Norseman" about to land on a lake; Marjorie Pigott teaches Japanese art to the Japanese! (short article); Coke ad on back cover features colour photo of university grads; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy.