CANADA: Hope for the Seaway

When 14 members of the House Public Works Committee took off in a U.S. Air Force C-54 last fortnight for a 3,000-mile tour of the proposed St. Lawrence seaway, seasoned Washington hands wrote it off as just another junket. It was well known that a committee majority opposed the $935 million project and probably would let it die. Last week when the committeemen got back to Washington, it looked as though the experts had forgotten the old saw that seeing is believing.

Decadent Peoples? The trip began dramatically at the yawning, man-made canyons of the Mesabi iron-ore range, where miners were...

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