CANADA: Good Neighbor's Visit

Canada's courtly Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent paid his first call on President Eisenhower last week and Washington rolled out its plushiest red carpet. In two days with the President and other Administration leaders, St. Laurent covered a lot of ground. Among topics discussed: ¶ The St. Lawrence Seaway (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS). Asked how he felt about the seaway aftef 'talking to President Eisenhower, St. Laurent answered diplomatically : neither encouraged nor discouraged. ¶ U.S.-Canadian trade. St. Laurent worried about U.S. tariffs on Canadian goods, particularly about a bill, now pending before the House of Representatives, which calls for...

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