Canada: 29 Years Later

Ottawa's Coliseum management is more familiar with agricultural fairs than with political conventions, but it hoped to be ready for the Liberals on Aug. 5. Stocky James Gordon Fogo, president of the National Liberal Federation, was equally hopeful of being ready and, after a 29-year lapse, equally unfamiliar with the problems of a national convention.

Fogo, a Halifax lawyer, Nova Scotia-born-&-bred, is a man without political ambitions for himself, a reliable worker behind the scenes, whose political gift is to stop bootless quarreling and secure quiet settlements. Liberals expect him to make a...

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