June 22, 1957

Has Mac replaced Ike as West’s main voice? 1213
LONDON LETTER

Has Mac replaced Ike as West’s main voice?

One does not need to gaze into the crystal to realize that the world is moving into a cycle of mighty events that will profoundly influence the story of the human race. It will be a tremendous and testing period for the political leaders of the nations whether they hold office by tyranny or the free verdict of the electorate.
The private life of a Model T 2425

The private life of a Model T

Here’s the fascinating 38-year ease history of one car: of the man who sold her and the five who have successively owned and loved her. It reads something like a romance
Mailbag 45
Mailbag

Mailbag

ONE OF ITS TOP STARS TELLS WHY "I'm saying farewell to My Fair Lady" 2021

ONE OF ITS TOP STARS TELLS WHY "I'm saying farewell to My Fair Lady"

Rex Harrison’s No. 2 waited half a lifetime for the best role of his life. Now, after barely a year of dizzy success, lie’s giving it up
AT OTTAWA WITH BLAIR FRASER 23
BACKSTAGE

AT OTTAWA WITH BLAIR FRASER

Sure, the political campaigns were important—but did they have to be the colossal bores they were?
WHAT SHAKESPEARE'S DOING TO STRATFORD 2829

WHAT SHAKESPEARE'S DOING TO STRATFORD

It was just a sleepy town. Then came the festival. Now it entertains diplomats and movie stars, dresses for cocktails, makes a fad of food and — gad!
Parade 9293
Parade

Parade

For whom the Bell tolls
PREVIEW 0_21
PREVIEW

PREVIEW

What’s so funny about gout? 2223

What’s so funny about gout?

It crucified Milton and hamstrung Pitt. Without it the American Revolution might never have started. We can curb it but still can't cure it
Is Drapeau a match for Duplessis? 1415

Is Drapeau a match for Duplessis?

Professionals are sure Quebec’s wily premier can’t be beaten. But all the same he is gambling his prestige in a fight to crush Montreal's gamecock mayor
Dough Wilkinson Arolled-oats feast in an igloo 5253
My most memorable meal: No. 24

Dough Wilkinson Arolled-oats feast in an igloo

I don’t suppose I will ever forget my “firsts” in Arctic food — raw seal liver eaten steaming hot from the freshly killed carcass; muktuk, the crunchy outer skin of the narwhal; strange concoctions like the dish called aluk, caribou fat and water mixed with small quantities of rancid seal oil, stirred with the fingers until soft and mushy, then eaten with a spoon.
Our dangerous habit of twisting history 1011
For the sake of argument

Our dangerous habit of twisting history

“Every edition of every newspaper is tinctured with lies. The truth about anything of grave public interest seems to have disappeared from the face of the earth.” Thus did Charles Grant Miller, editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, begin his address to a specially convened group of newspaper managers and editors.
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