Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 26 August (Aug.), 1961: Most Blood Transfusions Likely to Harm / Berlin Propaganda Crisis

By: Hannon, Leslie F.; Sclanders, I.; Becker, Jane; MacLennan, Hugh; Frayne, T.; Et al

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Good

52 pages. Features: Berlins - The Crisis That Propaganda Built; The United Empire Loyalists Live On; One Canada - the real promise of Quebec's revolution - Hugh MacLennan on the prospects of Canadianism; Trent Frayne's Book on Bookies - How to Win Money Even When You Lose; Dr. F.B. Bowman claims 3 of 4 Blood Transfusions are more likely to harm than heal; How Rumrunning Corrupted Canada - Canadian liquor smuggling to the prohibition-bound U.S. made crooks out of officials and politicians; Molson's Canadian one-page ad features CFL star Ron Stewart; The case for Huckleberry Hound as Mordecai Richler sees it; Colour-photo Coke ad on back cover shows beach couple being hit by wave; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A nice vintage copy.