January 26, 1963

HOW YOU GET THE LOWDOWN ON ROYALTY 1011

HOW YOU GET THE LOWDOWN ON ROYALTY

Never before have so many people read so much about so little activity by so few people as we all read now about Britain's royal family. Where does it all come from?
Some Straightforwad proposals to make drugs more trustworthy 2021
OVERMEDICATION Conclution

Some Straightforwad proposals to make drugs more trustworthy

AFTER NINE MONTHS of searching study, a committee of three prominent Canadian physicians will soon complete a thick report for the federal government. The contents of this report, are of intimate and personal concern to all of us. For among the thousands of words of technical data, graphs and charts will be found an answer to the crucial question: "How can the public be best protected from possible harmful effects of new drugs?"
THE POLITICS OF UNEMPLOYMENT 89

THE POLITICS OF UNEMPLOYMENT

Juggled booksand hidebound bureaucracy seriously damage the best weapon we have against the human waste and enormous cost of rising unemployment. This is NES— the crippled giant that men and women without work turn to, far too often, in vain
BLOODLESS RUMBLE ON THE MAIN DRAG 1819

BLOODLESS RUMBLE ON THE MAIN DRAG

A report from behind the battle lines of a not untypical small Ontario town, where some citizens felt they needed a vigilante committee to handle their own young bloods
happiness 2223
THE EMOTIONS

happiness

HAPPINESS is the rarest, most prized and most misunderstood state ot man. Happiness in North America is widely believed to be a glossy four-color reproduction of hearty, handsome parents beaming in a garden where starched children play dreamily with unbroken toys.
THE IRISH GHETTO YEARS 2425
PART 2 THE KENNEDY DYNASTY

THE IRISH GHETTO YEARS

THE STATEMENI THAT IT TAKES three things to win in war or politics and that the first is money, the second is money and the third is money, has been ascribed, rightly or wrongly, to Joseph Patrick Kennedy, the uninhibited and shrewd multimillionaire father of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
A MINISTER SAYS, “LET’S THROW THE BIBLE OUT OF OUR SCHOOLS” 1415
FOR THE SAKE OF ARGUMENT

A MINISTER SAYS, “LET’S THROW THE BIBLE OUT OF OUR SCHOOLS”

“Public-school religion” is a confession of failure by the churches, says Winnipeg Baptist clergyman
A day in the counties with unflappable Mac: don’t count him out 23
MACLEAN'S REPORTS

A day in the counties with unflappable Mac: don’t count him out

IT’S A TRUISM of British politics that by-elections and public opinion polls don’t mean much. A government can do very badly for two or three or even four years by these measurements and still win the general election as handsomely as ever.
Chronicle: New TV stars; a stampede to Russia; book on crows 4445
MACLEAN'S REVIEWS

Chronicle: New TV stars; a stampede to Russia; book on crows

The CBC's talent scouts have been doing most of their scouting lately at the National Theatre School in Montreal, and already they’ve come up with some of the brightest young performers to emerge in years. Three of the new faces belong to students in their third and final year at the school: Heath Lamberts, 21, of Toronto; Diane Leblanc, 21, of Montreal; and Donnelly Rhodes, 24, of Winnipeg.
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS

The shout heard round the livingroom: those blasting TV commercials

MOST TV WATCHERS probably decided long ago that the commercials on television are much louder than the programs. The evidence of my own ears seems conclusive to me: when Perry Como fades off the screen and an advertising pitchman flashes on, the sound fairly blasts out of the set, frightening dogs and children for yards in all directions.
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