Canada: Camelot North

Businessmen ask for his autograph on dollar bills. Hippies string medallions around his neck. Teen-age girls line up to kiss him. After a summer in office, Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau is still prodigiously popular among Canadians, who are clearly as delighted as they can be with the new national image that he is shaping.

Last week, as Parliament assembled for the first time since his election, Trudeau promised that the House of Commons would be "a jumping place." That will be in keeping with the pace that the Prime Minister has set. While Canadians are enjoying the Trudeau panache,...

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