The U.S. and Canada last week signed a
350-word document reviving the wartime Hyde Park Agreement to create
what amounts to a single rearmament program. As a first step toward
coordinating defense production, Canada imposed curbs on consumer
credit (e.g., one-third down payments on cars, 20% on other
merchandise) similar to controls already in effect in the U.S.
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