"There have been moments," he confesses, “when I really bega o believe the big one was about to break.” Here, through the eyes of our NATO delegate, is a rare glimpse inside the council chambe of the "uneasy alliance" that is keeping us-often uneasily-out of World War IIIBy Terence Robertson14 min
IT’S DOUBTFUL if even one of the two hundred thousand students now in Canadian universities and colleges really believed, when he first enrolled, that he was about to enter that mythical world so dear to the hearts of musical-comedy writers.By BEN ROSE13 min
Here’s the young Montrealer who has jumped from nationalist films to international roles: "Just a gadget," a former co-star calls her. "The girl for today," declares France’s most with-it glamour magazine. Our own writer’s verdict? Sex (only) kittens are finished — Geneviève is what’s nowBy PETER GZOWSKI9 min
WHEN CHARLES II was warned by his brother James, Duke of York, about the danger of assassination, he replied sardonically: “Nobody is going to kill me, Jamie, to make you king.” John G. Diefenbaker may expect the same kind of answer when he undertakes, with only 96 followers, to overthrow the Pearson government in January.By BLAIR FRASER6 min
FEDERICO FELLINI'S first encounter on North American soil might well have been a scene from La Dolce Vita, the movie about Roman scandal reporters that brought him mass acclaim as well as the fanatic devotion of film fans. As he touched down at the John F. Kennedy Airport, he was accosted by a veteran airport reporter:By WENDY MICHENER5 min
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