Canada at War: THE DOMINION: Jack & Jacques

Canada has no single composite character like the U.S.'s "John Q. Public." The Dominion's "average man" is really two men: English-speaking "Jack" and French-speaking "Jacques." Last week a summary of all Canadian Gallup Polls taken up to Aug. 16, 1943 (since Dec. 2, 1941) compared Jack's thinking on major issues to Jacques'.* Result was probably the clearest short delineation of Canada's dual character yet published. Sample comparisons:

The War. Both Jack and Jacques are confident of victory, think Germany is the No. 1 enemy. But both have difficulty finishing the sentence: "Canada is fighting this war because . . ." Jack...

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