July 1, 1969

THE NATIONAL SCENE

THE COMING SHOWDOWN WITH THE WEST

THE NATIONAL SCENE

HE BRIDGES THE GENERATION GAP

MODERN LIVING

SCUBA

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THE NATIONAL SCENE

THE COMING SHOWDOWN WITH THE WEST

Fed up with neglect by the east and “favoritism” to Quebec, the west is more and more thinking the unthinkable . . . separatism
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THE NATIONAL SCENE

HE BRIDGES THE GENERATION GAP

If you think Pot is paunch Grass is green and Hash is an entrée Meet Bill Clement
SCUBA 5657
MODERN LIVING

SCUBA

NOT SO MUCH A SPORT AS A LOVE AFFAIR
CANADA'S TOP 10 EATING PLACES 4647
MODERN LIVING

CANADA'S TOP 10 EATING PLACES

Finding yourself a great meal is a constant problem when you travel Canada. This country has no gourmet guides, not even a compendium of reliable greasy spoons. So Maclean’s decided to present its own nominations — the best eating place in every province, each one a restaurant that will surprise and delight you.
YOUR HEROES AND WHAT THEY TELL ABOUT YOU 5253
MODERN LIVING

YOUR HEROES AND WHAT THEY TELL ABOUT YOU

JOHN F. KENNEDY: You are searching for an authoritarian figure, either because you are used to depending on one, or because you feel such a figure has been missing from your life. Lack of self-confidence predisposes you to let someone else make decisions.
An anthropologist (male) puts the lie to the “natural superiority" of men 67

An anthropologist (male) puts the lie to the “natural superiority" of men

PROFESSOR TIGER’S little exercise in “defensive masculinity” would be merely amusing if the social and political consequences of his pseudoscientific theory were not so deplorable. Ultimately, Tiger’s views will not increase our knowledge of human behavior but will buttress and reinforce the false justifications people now offer for the unfair exploitation already extant in our society.
Dalton Camp tells how Robert Stanfield can win the next election 1213
PLATFORM

Dalton Camp tells how Robert Stanfield can win the next election

SO THERE I WAS, surrounded by Toronto’s elite, largely Liberal, most of whom had paid $50 for the pleasure of dining with the Prime Minister of Canada and hearing a speech from him. Mr. Trudeau’s audience rose to receive him, giving him reassurance with their applause and beaming faces.
THE LIVELY ARTS 8081
REVIEWS

THE LIVELY ARTS

That all-Canadian vanity — the fear of being thought square — is stunting our artistic success abroad
FILMS 7879
REVIEWS

FILMS

Who’d ever guess the end of the world could make you shrug or yawn?
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REVIEWS

TELEVISION

There’s a great historian in my living room: Now I know the Kaiser’s strut and Hitler’s jig
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