From the icy sidewalks of Francis Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts, the booklined libraries of Harvard professors look warm and inviting on a brisk January Saturday. One of these libraries belongs to John Kenneth Galbraith. It contains all 20 of the books he has written, and above one bookcase there is a needlepoint with the author’s operating philosophy inscribed: MODESTY IS A VASTLY OVERRATED VIRTUE.By JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH12 min
Joseph Clark, 36: Journalist and former aide; MP for the past three years, representing the Alberta ridof Rocky Mountain; party’s environment critic; considered a Red Tory. As the youngest candidate in the field (by months over Brian Mulroney), he is picking up votes from under30 delegates, who will number 750-odd at the convention.
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