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Maclean's Magazine, November 1, 1965 *CANADA'S HIPPIES*
Maclean-Hunter Limited, 1965. Features: Nice 2-page colour ad for the 1966 Pontiac Parisienne Sport Coupe; Ten Million voters in search of an issue; Who'll be around after the Federal Election? - this could be the last campaign for Pearson and Diefenbaker; Stop the world - they want to get off - John Ruddy interviews Scottie Mayer, Jack Martin, Cecilie Kwiat, and Andrew Mikolasch - Canadian Hippies; The HIdden Treasures of a Shy Rebel - J.E.H. MacDonald created a truly Canadian style of art and played a leading role in the founding of the Group of Seven - with several lovely colour samples of his works; The land that lives on borrowed time - bird watchers explore Hong Kong's awesome beauty, hopeless poverty, sample irresistible bargains, watch the prettiest girls in Asia... and some birds too!, Part 2 of a series by Fred Bodsworth; Death of a Great Lake - by smothering Lake Erie with pollution, man is making it an odorous, slime-covered graveyard; Frequent prison inmate Joe Bouchard describes his home away from jail, while writing his autobiography; Very colourful photo centerfold ad for the Ford Fairlanes; Should doctors be licensing doctors; Great two-page colour photo spread of the 1966 Oldsmobiles; Canadiana by Gerald Stevens; Claude Wagner - the man Quebec's crooked politicians can't touch and the gangs can't beat; and more. Average wear. A sound copy.
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