Kate Millett, Simone de Beauvoir and Betty Friedan have come forward to warn us: marriage must be a partnership of equality and not a tyranny of sex roles. The lesson has been well heard. Only the most intractable male chauvinist would disagree.By BARBARA FRUM25 min
There is a widely prevalent idea in the now highly sexualized culture of North America that only the repressed and the old-fashioned hold to the traditional ideals of premarital chastity and post-marital fidelity, that at a time when everybody seems to be throwing off long-established patterns of sexual behavior along with their clothes it’s the unfettered sensualists who lead the most fulfilling lives.By DR. ELIZABETH BRODIE12 min
I take strenuous exception to the attitudes put forth by John Barr and Owen Anderson in The West is ready to revolt (June). On American investment they say: “. . . they (Albertans) know what the alternative to American investment is for them; a return to economic stagnation.”
The major facts of life in Sunnyside, a working-class section of New York City, are (not necessarily in order of importance): the Sunnyside railway marshaling yards, often called the world’s largest; the four sprawling Calvary cemeteries operated by New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where are buried two million good and bad Catholics; and drugs.By TOM BUTSON5 min
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