Maclean's Magazine, 19 November, 1966

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Features: Why Mrs. Nadine Angeline Wilson, 32, went Militantly to Market; Backstage in Israel - Canadian Sundays are a Bacchanalian orgy after a Sabbath in Jerusalem; The Triumph of Isabel Lebourdais - she watched the Truscott script but watched the drama from the wings; We run our schools like well-kept prisons with bells, imperious rules and regimentation - it's 'efficient', it's orderly, it works - if all we want is the grey conformity of assembly-line minds, Jon Ruddy; The Susie Thing - colour photo fashion feature with article and photos about Susie Kosovic, a 22-year-old Toronto fashion designer - Canada's "Mary Quant"; Inflation & the Biebbers - they're an average family, trying to cope with rising prices - this is how they got by 17 years ago, and how they manage now - they're spending more - but they're living better - with a page devoted to "How Your Dollar Shrinks"; Two Views of Germany, by Irving Layton - with fantastic b/w photos including the Berlin Wall; David Sector's latest film "The Offering" - he's a Canadian curiosity - his films make money; Behavior Therapy; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; Football - ah, the sport, the thrill - the blood of it all; The Little Mags - Sexy, Arty, and Obscure - Myer Signer of Causeway Publishing; Barbara Klich argues against boycotting supermarkets and high food prices; and more. Average wear. A sound copy.

Title: Maclean's Magazine, 19 November, 1966

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1966

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 144c5687

Keywords: Maclean's Magazine, 19 November, 1966 Inflation Mrs. Nadine Angeline Wilson, 32, went Militantly to Market; Backstage in Israel - Canadian Sundays are a Bacchanalian orgy after a Sabbath in Jerusalem; The Triumph of Isabel Lebourdais - she watched the Truscott script but watched the drama from the wings; We run our schools like well-kept prisons with bells, imperious rules and regimentation - it's 'efficient', it's orderly, it works - if all we want is the grey conformity of assembly-line minds, Jon Ruddy; The Susie Thing - colour photo fashion feature with article and photos about Susie Kosovic, a 22-year-old Toronto fashion designer - Canada's "Mary Quant"; Inflation & the Biebbers - they're an average family, trying to cope with rising prices - this is how they got by 17 years ago, and how they manage now - they're spending more - but they're living better - with a page devoted to "How Your Dollar Shrinks"; Two Views of Germany, by Irving Layton - with fantastic b/w photos including the Berlin Wall; David Sector's latest film "The Offering" - he's a Canadian curiosity - his films make money; Behavior Therapy; Gerald Stevens on Canadiana; Football - ah, the sport, the thrill - the blood of it all; The Little Mags - Sexy, Arty, and Obscure - Myer Signer of Causeway Publishing; Barbara Klich argues against boycotting supermarkets and high food prices;,