Canada: THE DOMINION: 32 Months After

On a hot September night in 1945, Cipher Clerk Igor Gouzenko stuffed some damning papers inside his shirt, and walked out of the Soviet Embassy in Ottawa to crack open Canada's spy case. Last week, with the movie The Iron Curtain (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS) opening in a dozen Canadian cities and Gouzenko's new book This Was My Choice (Dent Ltd.; $3) going on sale, Canadians checked on the cast of characters in their spy drama:

Blond Igor Gouzenko, who is well off from the profits of writings and movies, still lives in a...

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