MY FIRST GLIMPSE of the Mardi Gras spirit was on the Baronne Street sidewalk, opposite the elegant Roosevelt Hotel, soon after I reached New Orleans. Two young women who looked like socialites were kicking an empty beer can to each other in a kind of foot hockey.By PAUL A. GARDNER11 min
DESPITE ALL the publicity given to the Economic Council’s devastating appraisal of Canadian education, in its annual review published last month, the most startling of the council’s criticisms has gone almost unnoticed. This is the charge that Canadian management, not Canadian labor, is the most seriously under-educated group in the labor force.By BLAIR FRASER5 min
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