One does not need to gaze into the crystal to realize that the world is moving into a cycle of mighty events that will profoundly influence the story of the human race. It will be a tremendous and testing period for the political leaders of the nations whether they hold office by tyranny or the free verdict of the electorate.By BEVERLEY BAXTER9 min
I don’t suppose I will ever forget my “firsts” in Arctic food — raw seal liver eaten steaming hot from the freshly killed carcass; muktuk, the crunchy outer skin of the narwhal; strange concoctions like the dish called aluk, caribou fat and water mixed with small quantities of rancid seal oil, stirred with the fingers until soft and mushy, then eaten with a spoon.
“Every edition of every newspaper is tinctured with lies. The truth about anything of grave public interest seems to have disappeared from the face of the earth.” Thus did Charles Grant Miller, editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, begin his address to a specially convened group of newspaper managers and editors.By A. B. HODGETTS DECRIES14 min
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