Like Walter Gordon after him, James Coyne advocated measures for regaining control of Canada's economy that in the end he couldn't make stick. But in his story there are both greater and pettier issues than most people were aware of in the weeks when Coyne, himself, was the centre of a dispute that divided the countryBy Peter C. Newman26 min
This is the first public account of the marriage studies now being readied, for publication by Dr. John Cuber, once a colleague of Dr. Alfred Kinsey but soon to become an even more violently controversial figure. Here are some of the Cuber Contentions:By SIDNEY KATZ20 min
Canadians have agreed for years that somehow the sellout of our resources to foreigners must be stopped. But only two public men have staked their careers on strong and unconventional attempts to do something about it — and both attempts ended in noisy confusion. Now we have a better chance to regain control of Canada in the future if we understand why these men failed in the recent past. What follows is an account of the manoeuvres that were carried out behind the scenes in Ottawa while Walter Gordon was humbled in the headlinesBy Peter C. Newman17 min
A Nazi submarine, cowed by a barrage of pop bottles, surrendered to a Canadian officer who led a one-man boarding party. Harold Lawrence wryly recounts the briefly famous exploit that won him a DSC from King George and inspired an RCN recruiting posterBy Harold Lawrence13 min
Your editorial (July 27) about the export of the best Canadian “brains” to the U. S. is timely...If Canadians want to stay with the advanced countries, the following suggestions warrant consideration: 1) There should be available incentives to professionals to stay and work in Canada.
JACK LUDWIG is a writer from Winnipeg who now teaches at an eastern American university, so it probably seems natural to him that he should write a novel about an eastern university teacher who moves out west and feels homesick for Harvard urbanity.
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