HERE IS THE REMARKABLE FIRST HAND STORY OF A VETERAN CANADIAN MISSIONARY WHO SAW HIS FRIENDS TURN INTO ENVENOMED FOES AS THE POISON OF COMMUNISM CREPT THROUGH THE SOUL OF A NATION HE SERVED FOR TWENTY-ONE YEARSBy DR. A. STEWART ALLEN27 min
The wild Brckner boys figured that a woman's place was at her man's beck and call. Man was a Breckner too, but that afternoon at Hidden Lake taught him that a fist isn't the strongest thing in the worldBy L. JOHANNE STEMO19 min
When the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease was suddenly made public in February, Maclean's assigned two of its editors to get at the facts behind what threatens to be a major economic calamity. Fred Bodsworth flew to Regina for an on-the-spot report. Blair Fraser, in Ottawa, dug into the political implications of the outbreak. Their joint findings are presented on the following pages in the form of answers to what the editors consider are the eleven most important questionsBy BLAIR FRASER, FRED BODSWORTH15 min
You may speak with awe of Shepheard’s And the Savoy in the Strand And boast of caravanserais From Banff to Samarkand But at the Manoir Richelieu Soundproof champagne flows like beer And lambs eat salted grasses For Brenda Duff FrazierBy KEN JOHNSTONE15 min
Shrugging off the danger of working under millions of tons of creaking rock, Canadians like Dusty Miller blast out one seventh of the world’s gold. The roar of dynamite is music in their ears because, as Dusty says, “I feel better when I’m down there”By RODERT THOMAS ALLEN14 min
Once the whodunit was a cosy haven in a troubled world. But since best-selling Mickey Spillane’s bloodshot private eye Mike Hammer moved in the joint’s been jumping with sex and sadism. And Mickey’s become a preacherBy JAMES DUGAN13 min
Maclean's Ottawa Editor SO FAR the cloud is no bigger than a man’s hand, but some people in External Affairs think they see an end to the sunny harmony, the all-party approval which has supported Canadian foreign policy ever since the war. Sharp differences of view are emerging about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.By BLAIR FRASER9 min
IS GREAT BRITAIN going to allow commercial sponsored programs on radio and television? That is a question which will be debated not only in Parliament and in the Press but in the unofficial parliament of the pubs. The life of the present BBC charter is ebbing peacefully to its close and we have to decide whether to renew it or to open the gates to commercial sponsors.By Beverley Baxter9 min
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