Canada: THE DOMINION: Home to the War

Prime Minister King had been away from home six weeks and the home folks noticed it. Toronto's Saturday Night doubted whether anything he was doing in Paris was as important "as the contribution [he] can make to . . . Canada by returning [home]." Ottawa's Journal agreed: Mr. King at Paris "is seeing Mr. Bevin and Italy's Prime Minister Mr. de Gasperi. We wonder if Mr. King would not be serving Canada more usefully by . . . seeing Mr. Hilton of the Steel Company of Canada and Mr. Millard of the Steel Workers Union?"

It was indeed high time that...

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