A TORONTO ARTIST named Alan Collier would be the leading contender for the Canadian National Amateur Camping Championships, if there were such a marvelous contest. When Collier returns from a camping trip to Newfoundland this summer, he and his family will have camped Canada from coast to coast.By JAMES KNIGHT23 min
THE EXODUS OF CANADIAN BRAINS to the United States has gone on so steadily for so long that it has become a kind of national joke and its meaning has ceased to sting us. Yet the issue has never been more important than it is now. This year between forty-five and fifty thousand Canadians — that’s around a hundred and thirty a day — will pack their bags and move to the United States.By CHRISTINA McCALL NEWMAN19 min
A FEW DAYS AFTER he was elected leader of the British Labor Party, Harold Wilson faced a private meeting of ninety-odd Labor MPs who were among his least enthusiastic supporters — the so-called Trade-Union Group. Mainly they are elderly craft unionists, deeply conservative in opinions and temperament.By Blair Fraser16 min
IT IS AN IRONY of the world of the theatre that the men in it with the most vision, imagination and drive often look more like bankers than entrepreneurs. Richard Rodgers can walk from his house to his office along New York's crowded Madison Avenue without being recognized.By Richard Gehman15 min
THE ANXIOUS, disturbed people who in our century have had to choose between the long, exorbitantly expensive and uncertain help of psychotherapists and psychoanalysts on the one hand, or trying to live with their crippling habits and emotions on the other, now have a third choice.By SIDNEY KATZ15 min
ONE DAY TWO YEARS AGO, my wife and I began to believe that our experiment in bilingualism for our children was paying off. That was the day my daughter suddenly giggled at me and said: “Oh. Daddy, your accent's so fanny!" Accent is important in learning to speak a language, and Helen's amusement at my expense was encouraging.By BRUCE FINDLAY12 min
THE RECENT CAREER of James Baldwin has come as a surprise to those people who have followed his writing with admiration and pleasure during the last ten years. Today, James Baldwin is a major spokesman for American Negroes. He writes and speaks with eloquent passion on behalf of the new generation of Negroes whose freshly stated demands for equality have thrown the United States into its greatest racial crisis of this century.By ROBERT FULFORD7 min
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