Maclean's Magazine, January 1, 1955

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good

48 pages. Features: Editorial - The Lure of Disarmament; Why Churchill Backed Mountbatten; Canadian Immigration Problems in Hong Kong - Phoney Birth Certificates; Niice ad for the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight; How the Prime Minister became Uncle Louis (St. Laurent) - article with many photos; I Say Your Child Can't Read - by Dr. Rudolf Flesch; We Say Children Read Better, by Marian Harvie and Phyllis Todds; Chiang Kai-Shek - The Man Who Yearns For War - article with photos; Forty Million Dollars Worth of Snow - The growth of the ski heaven of the Laurentians - article with photos; Soviet Psychiatrist Dr. Nicol Ozeretsky Discusses the Russian Mind; No Wonder Italians Like to Eat - Dorothy Sangster on Italian Food; Who Destroyed the Earth - story by Robert Wolf Emmett; The Ten Best and Ten Worst Movies of 1954 - article with photos; Nice Chrysler centerfold ad features their "Motion-Design" car styling. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy.