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Maclean's Magazine, June 4, 1960 *PETER C. NEWMAN LOOKS TOWARD ONTARIO IN THE 1960s*
Maclean's Magazine, 1961. Features: The 20 men who really run Canada, by Peter C. Newman; Ontario in the 1960s - a major article in which Peter C. Newman forecasts the progress of Ontario for next decade; Gentle Julie and her hard-bitten Romeo (Julie Harris and Bruno Gerussi at Stratford); The wonderful things we built in our basements; The trouble with middle-aged men - they're pasing through a change-of-life similar to menopause in women; The Olympic's most dangerous game - the 3-day equestrian competition; The mystery of the Merrifield - part 2 of 3; For the sake of argument - what Jews can teach us about divorce; Beverley Baxter's London Letter - her modest reappraisal of South Africa's whites. Why Winnipeg's little theatre keeps getting bigger; The lucky town with the rich uncle - Lord Beaverbrook's gifts to Fredericton. Front cover illustration of the Great Whale River airstrip on Hudson Bay. Great colour ad for a 1960 Chevrolet Kingswood Station Wagon. Colour Cinci Lager beer ad inside back cover. Colour Coke ad on back cover shows Great Dane in car with lady. Average wear. Unmarked. One-inch tear to fore-edge of front cover. Chip from bottom edge of back cover. A sound copy. Magazine
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