A working example of internationalism was highlighted last week when the citizens of St. Stephen, N.B. and Calais, Me.
staged their V-E celebration together.
With U.S. and Canadian soldiers, Legionnaires, policemen and firemen marching side by side, the two mayors led a parade which crossed and recrossed the border.
The two towns have been practicing internationalism for more than 100 years.
One day during the U.S. Revolutionary War, a British soldier named Duncan McColl was sent on a mission that took him in plain view of sharpshooting Yan kees. Their musket balls shredded his clothing, tore off his cap and the heel of...