Canada: Advice to the U.K.

Malcolm MacDonald, 45-year-old son of Britain's famed "Ramsay Mac," lived for five years in Canada as the United Kingdom's High Commissioner. In that time he learned more than most Britons know about Canada and the way Canadians feel. Last week in London, headed for a new post as Governor General of Malaya, he gave Great Britain some sound advice on how to get along with her oldest daughter.

To the Royal Empire Society, studious Malcolm MacDonald said: some day Great Britain could conceivably lose Canada as a member of the Empire, if she ever forces Canada to choose between the U.S. and...

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