This is the story of the richest ground on earth and what it did to the men who found it and the tens of thousands who stampeded on their heels. recreates the blind fever, knavery and occasional heroism of the last, and greatest, international gold rush, inBy PIERRE BERTON40 min
In these days of swift scientific and social change adults as well as school children need to keep studying to keep up with the world. Here’s some scientific advice for both groupsBy Janice Tyrwhitt17 min
With Jake and his side-kick due soon on television, people who’ve fallen for their prairie guile in Maclean’s and on radio are overdue for an introduction to their creator. This is W. O. Mitchell: part Kid, part author, part oddballBy McKenzie Porter16 min
Enroute from BAGHDAD THE QUESTIONS people ask of a traveler from the Middle East are sensible and apparently simple: What exactly was the Western alliance trying to do, when U. S. Marines landed in Lebanon and British paratroopers in Jordan with French warships anchored off Beirut?
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