A: That’s a good question. For some time, my people have been wanting me to—the best way to put it is—express myself more as opposed to just talk about the government’s policies and answer questions about the opposition and where the country’s headed.
At 50, in 1947, who was Mike Pearson? He was five foot ten, about 165 lb. His frame was taut yet supple, retaining the fitness of an athlete well into middle age. (In his early 40s, he beat a Canadian tennis champion, Georges LeClair, in two sets.)By ANDREW COHEN8 min
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