The swirling violence of Tamburlaine had ended. The lights went up and a glittering audience stood and cheered. This is how Canada’s Stratford Festival Company gambled and worked for that momentBy JUNE CALLWOOD20 min
Will the Greek-led campaign of terror force the British out of their last Middle East bastion? A famed Canadian correspondent talks with the rival leaders—and the assassins themselves—to bring you his answerBy LIONEL SHAPIRO16 min
WHEN ONE stays at home there is a rhythm to life which does not alter greatly with the passing of time. The seasons have their exits and their entrances. The neighbors, like ourselves, live on twentyfours a day. And, as the years go by, we note that the man next door is looking older.By Beverley Baxter9 min
JOHN FOSTER DULLES, U. S. Secretary of State, may or may not have hurt the Republican Party with his “verge of war” interview in Life magazine. But there’s no doubt he did permanent irreparable damage to himself personally among foreign service officers of allied governments with whom, as Secretary of State, he has to deal.By BLAIR FRASER6 min
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