Canada: THE DOMINION: The Long Arm of Lewis

Outside the Parliament Building, tulips bloomed and strollers idled along sun drenched walks. Inside, the House of Com mons was being told that Canada was in for a cold, tough winter. Reason: the coal strike in the U.S. (see NATIONAL AF FAIRS). Said Reconstruction Minister Clarence Decatur Howe: "The Canadian position will be very serious. . . . I am much more alarmed . . . than I was at any time during the war." Two days later the truce in the strike was reached. But even a final settlement would not mean...

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