Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: The Plan & the Snags

In the second year of peace, the foremost U.S.-Canadian problem was the problem of continental defense. But the problem, with its serious and delicate questions of national pride, military strategy and diplomacy, was being discussed on such a high and hush-hush level that Americans and Canadians alike were hearing only snatches, sometimes garbled, of what -was going on. Nevertheless, by last week, as the two nations prepared to meet in Montreal this month on the problem, some of the story could be told.

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