In the wake of the Supreme Court of Canada’s landmark judgment last week, a visiting group of British MPs stopped René Lévesque and asked him whether Pierre Trudeau would relax his constitutional position. “Not him,” said the premier, “I’ve known him for many years.By John Hay12 min
Every person who loves freedom has been impressed and inspired by the achievements of Lech Walesa (Lech Walesa’s Flaming Spirit Deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, Editorial, Sept. 28). But historically the Poles have displayed a disturbing tendency to overplay their cards and wind up with nothing.
Maclean’s: When did you first realize you were funny and could make money out of it? Lebowitz: I don’t know; when I was a young child people just accused me of being fresh, a bratty kid, which is never appreciated in a young child. This is why I failed a lot of things at school including sports and gym.
Magpies strutted across the spacious lawns and the chirping of crickets filled the air as Pierre Trudeau sat down inside the quiet splendor of South Korea’s Blue House for talks with President Chun Doo Hwan. In another part of Seoul, a woman broke off her critical analysis of Trudeau’s first visit, closing her eyes as the deafening roar of fighter jets rattled windows in her small living room.By ROBERT LEWIS5 min
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