February 1, 1947

GENERAL ARTICLES

Horse Meat for the Hungry

GENERAL ARTICLES

The Revolt Against Bevin

Horse Meat for the Hungry 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Horse Meat for the Hungry

Western Canada’s horses, made jobless by tractors, are being slaughtered to feed the needy of Europe
Beverley Baxter's London Letter 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's London Letter

THE CUNARD CO. has been obliging. For £127 I can share a cabin with a male passenger when the Queen Elizabeth sails for New York next week. The Treasury and the Bank of England have examined my request for U. S. dollars and agreed to allow me so many per day on the condition that my earnings, if any, shall be remitted to Britain in their entirety.
The Revolt Against Bevin 67
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Revolt Against Bevin

A British Labor "rebel" reveals the inside story of the political fight over Britain’s foreign policy
Home the Hard Way 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Home the Hard Way

An unfaithful wife left a war wound deeper than the blast of an 88 shell, but John Brown won his way back to normal life
Washington Memo 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Washington Memo

BOTH high officials and “experts” on the lower levels feel decidedly encouraged about the prospects of organizing peace. This revival of optimism is due, of course, to the softening of Soviet policy. The better informed do not profess to know how far or how long the Kremlin will withdraw.
One More Dream 2021
GENERAL ARTICLES

One More Dream

For Ruth the scarlet and gold caravan held a threat to love. To Mark it was the shape of romance itself
Whose Money Is It Anyway? 23
Editorials

Whose Money Is It Anyway?

LAST MONTH the government raised the pay of some top civil servants by as much as 50%. We have no quarrel with that. But the Minister of National Revenue, Dr. J. J. McCann, took occasion at the same time to warn private industry it had better not do likewise.
What’s Wrong With The Liberals? 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

What’s Wrong With The Liberals?

"The Liberal Party is travelling in the ditches of expediency, first Right, then Left"
IN THE Editor's Confidence 45
IN THE Editor's Confidence

IN THE Editor's Confidence

EVERY now and then a frustrated author sidles into these offices, digs a jocular knuckle into the ribs of the handiest assistant editor, and booms: "Come on now! Do you people read all the stuff that’s submitted to your magazine?” Before answering in detail, we’d like to say that we’re in complete sympathy with the pangs and morbid doubts behind this oldest of all the writer’s tribal cries.
THE SHIP THAT NEVER SAILS 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

THE SHIP THAT NEVER SAILS

The Lurcher’s been at sea for 43 years—at anchor. But she’s cheated Davy Jones of countless victims
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