February 6, 1978

Closeup/Medicine

The Doctor's Dilemma

Closeup/Politics

The fourth wise man

Closeup/Media

Now voyeur

The Doctor's Dilemma 2627
Closeup/Medicine

The Doctor's Dilemma

John Marian pointed the finger. His peers cut it off
The fourth wise man 32b32C
Closeup/Politics

The fourth wise man

Marc Lalonde: wrong man, wrong place, wrong time?
Now voyeur 3435
Closeup/Media

Now voyeur

Obviously, Bob Guccione had a better idea
Interview 45

Interview

With Israeli’s Prime Minister Menachem Begin
The first family 3839
Closeup/Theatre

The first family

What Cronyn and Tandy see in each other
For appearance’s sake 5051
Closeup/Lifestyle

For appearance’s sake

Suddenly it’s okay to be looking good again
Letters 1415

Letters

Clear of head and clear of tongue
Business 4647

Business

A plight in the forest
Take a long, hard look at the Western Liberal. It may be your last chance 6465

Take a long, hard look at the Western Liberal. It may be your last chance

There was Custer and there was Alf Landon and there were the Denver Broncos. And then there are the Liberals in Western Canada. Born losers all. Destined to live on the banana peel of life. Almost eager, in their orchestrated, carefully rehearsed ineptitude, for failure, Who was the general, watching a doomed regiment walk bravely into destruction by German machine-gun fire in World War I, who remarked, “It is brilliant, but it has nothing to do with soldiering”?
Where there’s a national will, there’s a way-but is there a national will? 1213
The Referendum Debate

Where there’s a national will, there’s a way-but is there a national will?

Ever since the Parti Québécois election there has come forth in Canada a fusillade of devices aimed at restructuring the country. But the only common note has been opposition to the status quo. We have had the “New Federalism” of Pierre Trudeau, the “Third Option” promised by PépinRobarts, the sovereignty-association of Lévesque-Morin—all of them, so far, vague and unpromising.
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