Canada and Belgium The author of “Canada—Next Belgium?” (by A. R. M. Lower, Maclean’s, Dec. 15) misses some main points. Unlike Canada, Belgium did not agree beforehand to be a base of the operations of one nation against another . . . Indeed, she resisted, and so today does not share the defeat of Germany, but is an independent and honored nation.
ON AN average of once every month our ivory tower is invaded by a stern messenger who looks us in the eye and tells us, without shilly-shallying, whether the people who see this magazine are (a) really reading it or (b) falling asleep over it. The messenger represents the independent fact-finding agency that prepares box scores on every other issue showing which editorial items have been best and least read, according to the testimony of a balanced cross section of the magazine’s audience.By The Editors3 min
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