The Hemisphere: Complacency Popular

At the opening of Canada's Parliament last week, the Tories took a searching look at the government's program for 1951, noted the absence of concrete plans for expanding the nation's armed forces, and straightaway opened fire.

Said Tory Leader George Drew: "There is no sense of that urgency which is in keeping with the nature of the emergency . . . This is a war which has already cost the United States more than 55,000 casualties." Said Tory George Hees, a World War II army officer: "The target in the United States for the...

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