Canada: ONTARIO: Gangway for Youth

The Canadian Club of Toronto, alarmed by the emigration of 18,000 young Canadians to the U.S. last year, asked a group of young Torontonians how the "export of brains" to the U.S. could be checked. From Garth Weedon, 23, postgraduate student at the University of Toronto came the sharpest answer:

"Would you buy a 1947 automobile and leave it in your garage for 20 years before you use it? Well then—why buy the executive abilities of a university graduate and leave them unused for 20 years? The widely held concept that you must have grey hair and considerable rotundity before accepting...

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