CANADA: New Opposition

After six years of slumber Canada's opposition party turned over in its sleep last week and threatened to wake up and scrap. The Conservatives chose a new Party leader, a downright man with a low opinion of Canada's war policies. He will have the opportunity of pushing William Lyon Mackenzie King off the narrowing plank on which the Liberal Prime Minister has been teetering since war began.

Chief reason that the Prime Minister has been able to edge his way precariously through 25 months of war is that there has been no united...

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