The Hemisphere: Handbook for Neighbors

On their first study mission to Canada for the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee last May, Representatives Brooks Hays of Arkansas and Frank M. Coffin of Maine found a disturbing strain in the traditionally good relations between the U.S. and Canada. Last week Democrats Hays and Coffin, who traveled 7,000 miles talking to Americans and Canadians, produced a more detailed report. Conclusion: while relations have "improved" since spring in the sense that both nations are aware of their differences, that awareness has led to "the discovery of an ever-enlarging number of problems."

Some Hays-Coffin observations and recommendations :

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