January 17, 1959

What happens when Dulles goes? 1213
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What happens when Dulles goes?

For six years John Foster Dulles has symbolized to friend and foe alike all that the world dislikes about U. S. leadership. Now the end of his reign is in sight. But his policies may remain, a Maclean’s editor concludes after examining the heirs apparent
The cruel conspiracy of public speaking 2223
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The cruel conspiracy of public speaking

Just open your mouth once in public and your name goes into the secret files of unpaid after-dinner orators. Then you’re doomed to an eternity of roaming the nation’s hotel dining rooms, picking at thousands of execrable meals, and making and remaking the same old speech to audiences of 27. So warns a famous writer (and retired public speaker)
The streets of Canada: Sandwich 1617
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The streets of Canada: Sandwich

A fond farewell for the Casino 2021
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A fond farewell for the Casino

For twenty-two years it’s offered the citizens of Toronto the Good — and their bemused visitors —scorching strip tease at lunchtime, and everything else from Duke Ellington to Patti Page. Now the wreckers’ hammers hover over the glittering houri whose like we’ll never see again
How to talk to your spouse -and when not to 2627
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How to talk to your spouse -and when not to

Experts say that most marriages stand or fall on the ability of husband and wife to talk things over sensibly. Here are the latest ideas in this tricky and often-neglected field
AN EVEN BREAK FOR THE PEACEFUL WOLF 2425
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AN EVEN BREAK FOR THE PEACEFUL WOLF

Today’s timber wolf shuns men. His kills weed out weak deer. The price on his head is a superstitious holdover from his gory past. A famous wildlife writer urges a new deal for the wily beast that invented co-existence
For the sake of argument 89
For the sake of argument

For the sake of argument

The farcical fraud of cheap QCs
London Letter 1011
London Letter

London Letter

A grim chapter in London’s war on vice
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 23
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

OTTAWA’S BIG PROBLEM: How to solve our money troubles?
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PREVIEW

PREVIEW

A LOOK AT TOMORROW IN TERMS OF TODAY Safety belts really safe. Law next? All-Richard hockey line depends on Claude SAFETY BELTS IN CARS, an optional device everywhere up to now, may soon be made compulsory in cars owned in New York state. It’s one result of a 7-year study of almost 100,000 accidents by the Automotive Crash Injury Research unit of Cornell University.
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