Canada: POLITICS: The P.M. Attacks

POLITICS The P.M. Attacks

Prime Minister Mackenzie King, whipped in recent political skirmishes (TIME, Sept. 30, Oct. 28), had no intention of meekly yielding the battle. Last week, mindful that he is leader of a party as well as a government, he set about to rally his forces.

The scene was the ballroom of the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec, the province without whose support no party can expect to win in Canada. The occasion: a dinner honoring External Affairs Minister (and Justice Minister) Louis Stephen St. Laurent, Quebec's top-ranking politician in the Dominion Parliament....

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