Long past the fad stage, the mock marriages of our high-school youth are troubling parents, teachers and social scientists. And the youngsters themselves seem perplexed. Does the system promote sexual promiscuity, encourage stifling conformity, blight individual development? Here is a summary of the latest evidenceBy Sidney Katz19 min
A New Yorker with fond memories of a one-horse Toronto returns to discover an exploding metropolis. Here are the new things he found: cosmopolitan crowd food fit for a globe-trotting gourmet, a show business boom, a dash of wickedness in Toronto the GoBy James Dugan20 min
But even those studying the phenomenon known as autoscopy have no idea what causes it, or who might join its list of victims next. One thing’s certain—there’s nothing else like it on earthBy BARBARA MOON17 min
All I knew about fishing I’d learned in a lab. But my wife and I, with our young son, joined B.C.’s salmon fleet. It’s given us ten years of freedom and the life together we always wantedBy John S. T. Gibson16 min
The young Turk who led a revolution in child psychology a generation ago has become a mellow elder-statesman of family counseling. “No marriage is ever successful 24 hours a day,” he says. A well-known reporter listens to how the Blatzes solve their own problemsBy June Callwood15 min
Fashion plate, disk jockey, TV-pitchman, ringmaster of the liveliest carnival on the stately homes circuit: this is the thirteenth Duke of Bedford. Here’s how he panics the peerage and packs in the crowdsBy Marjorie Earl12 min
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