THE WAR IN VIETNAM is one that the ordinary American doesn’t like and didn’t expect. He can’t understand how he got into it — Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson all assured him he wouldn’t. He wishes that the United States could manage to get out of it without capitulating completely to the Communists or losing face.By IAN SCLANDERS14 min
THE SOVIET UNION is poised to invade Canada one year from now with $20 million and the greatest campaign it has ever undertaken to win friends and influence people in the western world. Just about every country in the world is planning some spectacular and lavish way to tell its story in Montreal at Expo 67.By DAVID CRANE4 min
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