The Stratford Festival is gambling a million dollars in ticket sales that a Montrealer who thinks and acts like a theatrical dandy of the Eighteenth Century is a genuine star in the Twentieth. To look at television's recent costume spectacles, could anybody doubt it?By ANTONY FERRY11 min
Fear of God’s wrath after death, says this Baptist minister, is the great weapon of the churches that preach a Christian way of life. Today they are themselves afraid to use itBy Rev. Leslie K. Tarr8 min
IF YOU BELIEVE what you read in old newspapers, John Robarts on October 26, 1961, was middle-class, dutiful, cold and not particularly bright. He was also a lousy politician. The Toronto Telegram, a Tory newspaper, said Robarts was “about as close to the average Ontarian as could be found."
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