Canada: Interview at Lanoraie

In prewar days, Quebec's Fascist National Unity Party claimed 80,000 members and openly talked about a march on Ottawa to seize the government. N.U.P. folded when its leader, Adrien Arcand, was interned during the war. But N.U.P. is not dead; recently some 850 members held a rally in Montreal. Time Correspondent Stuart Keate visited Leader Arcand in his home at Lanoraie, near Montreal, last week wired this report:

Arcand, now 48, is a lean, brooding six-footer with an ascetic face and a pencil-line mustache. When I called, he was wearing a pale green woolen...

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