As last week began, Canada had no enthusiasm for the war she was in. She was miserably conscious of her weakness. Her war machinery creaked. No one liked being committed to Britain's foreign policy without having a voice in it.

But before the week was over two events, one in Europe, the other in Can ada, one a thing of spirit, the other of flesh and blood, had served to unify Cana dian opinion. One brought into the fold Canada's dissident minority, the 2,500,000 French Catholics of the Province of Que bec. The...

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