CANADA: Cautious Guidance?

In Edmonton last week, a reporter asked a World War II officer, now a prosperous father of three children, what he planned to do if the Korean crisis should develop into World War III. Said he: "I guess I'd be a damn fool again and join up." Across the Dominion this was a typical attitude. But like most Americans, most Canadians galloped off in all directions when they talked about ways to resolve the crisis.

In Toronto, an oil truck driver said: "Let's drop the damn bomb. Why do we always have to wait until someone swats us in the...

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