April 1, 1936

GENERAL ARTICLES

London Letter

FICTION

Tarnished Heritage

FICTION

Westward Manifest

London Letter 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

London Letter

The story of the incident that started the Italo-Ethiopian war
Tarnished Heritage 2223
FICTION

Tarnished Heritage

Wherein a woman decides to right a great wrong and a dictator counters : "He will be hanged in the morning"
Westward Manifest 1213
FICTION

Westward Manifest

A railroading story that will make non-railroaders take off their hats to the men who "keep her rolling"
Dried Fruit 6667
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Dried Fruit

BEAUTIES they were, famous for their complexion and shapeliness. Comely still; well preserved for their age, and with all the charm of a sweet disposition. It’s the dried-fruit family I’m talking about—raisins, prunes, figs, dates, peaches, apricots, apples and all their relations.
F-as in Love 67
FICTION

F-as in Love

Music, laughter, tenderness, pathos —you’ll find them all in this story of how "luf" came to Karl and Lolly
Our Readers, Too, SayFair Play, Please 2021

Our Readers, Too, SayFair Play, Please

MACLEAN'S statement (March 1st issue) of the position in which Canadian magazines were placed by the sudden removal, via the U.S.Canada trade treaty, of the tax on United States publications, has brought so many supporting letters from our readers that it is impossible to acknowledge them individually.
Cedric Sinks Down and Down 1617

Cedric Sinks Down and Down

Outcast Man Cedric investigates the South Seas with results both comical and astonishing
Shots and Angles 2829
Shots and Angles

Shots and Angles

MODERN TIMES,” in spite of its awe-inspiring machinery and underlying significance, is really just an old-style Chaplin picture, and I don’t know what better anyone could ask. Its background has been brought up to date and considerably beyond, but Charlie himself hasn’t changed either his method or his madness.
The Seven Justices The Seven Justices of the Red Robes 2627
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Seven Justices The Seven Justices of the Red Robes

A quck sketch of Canada's Supreme Court
Academic Freedom 4647

Academic Freedom

A reply to Stephen Leacock
Townsend Plan 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Townsend Plan

Crackpot dream or not, the Towns end Plan - $200-a-month-for-allover-sixty - has U. S. politicians shivering in their boots
Parade 7273
HUMOR

Parade

THERE’S bound to be a green note in the midnight serenade from the backyard fence when eastern Canada’s jealous cats hear about Gus, the prize puss in the home of A. A. Howard at Ashmont, Alberta. Catching a radio announcer’s story of a cat classed as an intellectual giant because of its ability to put out the lights of a home by pulling a cord, Mr. Howard allows it to be known that his cat, a product of higher learning, is smart enough to be dubbed the Einstein of the feline world.
Japan’s Militarists and Our Foreign Policy 45
Japan’s Militarists and Our Foreign Policy

Japan’s Militarists and Our Foreign Policy

IN NOVEMBER of last year, Maclean's published an article on the ambitions of the Japanese military party, written by an observer who had lived for twenty-five years in Japan. By many readers it was regarded as too sensational. Developments since then have demonstrated its truth.
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