CANADA: The Bait & the Hook

Ever since Red China began baiting its bids for diplomatic recognition with the glittering prospect of trade, some Canadians have shown themselves surprisingly eager to swallow bait, hook and all. Most outspoken of the lot is Toronto's Globe and Mail, whose publisher. Oakley Dalgleish. recently returned from a tour of the Chinese mainland burbling with admiration for the Peking regime. Last week U.S. diplomats wondered if the pro-Peking line of Dalgleish and his fellow apologists might not be swinging the government in the same direction.

After the Chinese Reds began shelling the Nationalist-held island of Quemoy, the Globe and Mail...

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