CANADA: Privy Seal Jim

Every time British statesmen resolve to grapple with the baffling problem of Britain's 1,295,000 unemployed they turn first and instinctively to Canada. The granary of the Empire is underdeveloped, needs men. Britain is industrially overdeveloped, has too many men. In London the solution looks simple: send unemployed Britons to Canada. During the five years from 1923-28 some 263,000 have been sent. Too many have turned out n'er-do-wells and won't-works. Today there is a swelling, angry chorus of Canadian protest against what is claimed to be the Mother Country's policy of turning her...

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