Canada at War: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: The Will and the Power

Major (no title) James Coldwell, leader of the CCF, usually sees eye-to-eye with Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King on foreign policy. In New York City last week Socialist Coldwell voiced a Canadian criticism of the Dumbarton Oaks formula for a world security league. The stronger secondary nations, like Canada, said Mr. Coldwell, should have better representation on the proposed world council.

He was not the only one who thought so. From Washington, New York Timesman James B. Reston reported that Canada had already prepared recommendations to alter the Dumbarton Oaks formula....

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