September 7, 1963

CONVERSATIONS WITH QUEBEC'S REVOLUTIONARIES 1213

CONVERSATIONS WITH QUEBEC'S REVOLUTIONARIES

Behind French Canada’s angry public men are far angrier, younger men who make even their own leaders nervous. Here is what they are saying and doing now — and what we might be doing to help keep them from turning, in the end, to violence ON THE DAY the government announced the personnel of its royal commission on biculturalism, I had lunch with a friend who works for a large financial organization in Montreal.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A WHEELER-DEALER 1617

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A WHEELER-DEALER

Ralph Farris promotes deals nobody else has thought of — like Northern Ontario Natural Gas, a dazzling stock market coup for Farris, an unfinished scandal for Ontario’s government, and yet a solid industrial advance for Ontario’s north-land. Here’s how he does it
The gold-braid mind is destroying our navy 2223

The gold-braid mind is destroying our navy

lays a grave charge against our naval establishment:
THE SAVAGE LEGACY OF COLOMBIA’S CIVIL WAR 1617

THE SAVAGE LEGACY OF COLOMBIA’S CIVIL WAR

The world’s most promising under-developed country is still fighting a Vietnam-style war against the vicious bandidos who kill thousands of peasants every year
What Jack McClelland HAS DONE TO BOOK PUBLISHING IN CANADA 2425

What Jack McClelland HAS DONE TO BOOK PUBLISHING IN CANADA

This year his firm will publish eighty Canadian books. “There arend” — so says a competitor — “that many publishable books in the whole country.” This is how McClelland makes life more interesting for everybody who reads
The wild trade in new and used animals 2021

The wild trade in new and used animals

Here are the trade secrets of the animal dealers: why okapis cost $10,000 each but $25,000 a pair; why lions are a dime a dozen while orangutans are cheap at $8,000; and, why used monkeys cost more than imports straight from the jungle
PORTRAIT OF A GREAT MODERN SHRINE 2425

PORTRAIT OF A GREAT MODERN SHRINE

THE DAY IS SUNDAY, the time is summer, the hour is noon. Five thousand people sit in expectant silence as a grey-haired man in green mass vestments turns from the high altar and approaches a microphone. His crimson slippers and. behind him, draped on a prie-dieu, his crimson silk cloak and biretta, proclaim him no ordinary priest but a prince of the Roman Catholic Church.
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MACLEAN'S REPORTS

WAR ON THE GREAT LAKES

a short, tense voyage to a port that prefers Hal Banks
ROBERT FULFORD 6869
MACLEAN'S REVIEWS

ROBERT FULFORD

ON GRAHAM GREENE: Slippers, pipe and raw terror
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MACLEAN'S REPORTS

OVERSEAS REPORT

Why a dirty Nigerian slum is better than a clean South African “location”
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