New Work -for Niagara

New Work for Niagara In his deliberate backhand,Secretary of State Dean Acheson put his name to a six-page treaty. Then Canada's Ambassador H. Hume Wrong added his signature. Thus, in a matter of moments last week, the two nations agreed to embark on the biggest international hydroelectric power project in history. When completed, the power of Niagara Falls, much of it now wasted, will be almost completely harnessed to supply both countries with nearly six times as much energy as huge Hoover Dam generates; none of Niagara's scenic beauty will be spoiled.

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