Starting with the stuff in your veins, science has cooked up a whole new batch of lifesavers. They stop bleeding, check measles and mumps, even form sponges you can leave in after an operationBy GEORGE H. WALTZ JR.11 min
SOMETIMES in the affairs of men there are coincidences of such a striking character that one feels as if the gods on Olympus were playing some ironic poker game with human destinies as the chips. Within the space of a few days we have had the death of Jimmie Thomas, the Cockney engine driver who rose to Cabinet rank, then was found guilty of corruption, and the report of the judges of the Bribery Tribunal which sends another ex-railwayman, John Belcher, into the political limbo.By BEVERLEY BAXTER8 min
What has come over Maclean’s lately? Your choice of subjects for discussion, culminating in “Is This Adultery?” is not in accordance with your past traditions. You have built up a circulation as a high-class family magazine in which such subjects should have no place.
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