PERHAPS NO BOOK and its author have ever received a more astonishing reception in this country than that recently given The Trial Of Steven Truscott and Isabel LeBourdais. Never before has an author been so praised and pilloried, damned as a publicity hound out to make a fast buck, denounced as a threat to the roots of our democratic system, and hailed as a heroine.By WILLIAM FRENCH11 min
Canada's hundredth birthday party doesn't start for six months yet, but the caterers are already busy. Across the country they're working to supply commodities as diverse as flags and ornamental fountains — and some of them are already finding it very profitable.
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