January 1, 1975

The homemade politics of Tommy Douglas 5657

The homemade politics of Tommy Douglas

Part One: Populism, Saskatchewan style
BARYSHNIKOV 2627

BARYSHNIKOV

Present at the defection
Misinformation Canada 4445

Misinformation Canada

Confessions of a ghost-writer who helped create a monster, of sorts
Portrait of the artist as a damn good painter 4041

Portrait of the artist as a damn good painter

It’s a long, hard road from slinging hash in a Montreal greasy spoon to the top of the Canadian art world and international recognition. But then Rita Letendre has never traveled the easy routes. She’s always had to fight; first, the poverty that forced her to leave school to care for her brothers and sisters; then racism because she is part Indian, and finally prejudice because she was a woman in an art world dominated by men.
REQUIEM FOR THE '60s 1617

REQUIEM FOR THE '60s

Passing words on the passing oi a generation
Lowdown on the blues 5253

Lowdown on the blues

Mental depression can be good for you
A northern tragedy 3233

A northern tragedy

How Lawrence Thrasher, a 16-year-old Eskimo, died trying to be a man
GETTING ON WITH THE '70s 2021

GETTING ON WITH THE '70s

Revelations after the revolution
YOUR VIEW 1415

YOUR VIEW

I have been a faithful reader of Maclean’s for as many years as I can remember. It has had its “high” and “low” moments over that period. Sometimes it was sheer loyalty to a striving Canadian publication that kept me with it. However, in the last while, my faith has been justified and I want to tell you so.
Down and up in San Francisco 6465

Down and up in San Francisco

Where the customers — not the cable cars — seem to have a screw loose
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