Canada: Anything That Can Be Done

Like any traveler back from a trip, Prime Minister Mackenzie King wanted to tell about some of the things he had seen. To the House of Commons he said:

"I was very deeply impressed ... by . . . the very serious condition of the world . In England . . there has been some improvement. Outwardly at least the people look better; there is a note of hope, and a happier expression on their countenances. But they know that all the fortitude which was required during the war is still required to carry them through the situation facing them at the...

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