Canada at War: Accident of Geography

Ontario's Premier George Drew worried out loud about the impact of U.S. publications, films and radio upon Canadian life and opinion.

Said he to Canada's Periodical Press Association: ". . . Merely because of an accident of geography, population and language we are up against a problem shared by no other nation of comparable size and importance. ... I do not think we should seek to keep the ideas of any other country out of this country. But I do think at the same time that we have a right-to insist that our own ideas be placed before our own people....

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