Maclean's Magazine, March 1968

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


Features: Cover photo of mixed marriage partners, Roslyn Hees and Durward Taylor; Editorial - remarkable record of 'do-nothing' Prime Minister Lester Pearson; Interview with Farley Mowat; Edmonton - lengthy article with many photos in colour and black and white - brief text and photos of provincial chief censor John Day, Don Getty, Tommy Banks, Jim Martin, Joe Shoctor; Bev Brooker; Can George Hees's beautiful daughter Roslyn find happiness with a handsom Washington Lawyer who happens to be a Negro? - with photos; Robert Stanfield - austere, Calvinist patrician; *AMAZING* colour two-page psychadelic Tory (Progressive-Conservative) poster which reads "Turn on with the Tories"; Why Pierre Berton Works so Damned Hard, by Jon Ruddy; How I Learned to Hate Hard Work, by Pierre Berton; Colour fashion photos for Rainwear; A Matter of Image - Liberal leadership contenders are rated on image, sex appeal, youth appeal, their face, their clothes; Colour centerfold featuring three Chevrolets - Chevy II Nova, Chevelle, and Impala; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; and more. Address label on front cover. Average wear. A sound copy.