A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 29, 1959

WITH a passion few U.S. citizens comprehend, monarchical Canada scorns the republicanism of its neighbors to the south. "Our ideal, by right of inheritance, is the ideal of the King-in-Parliament," wrote Montreal Economist John Farthing, bluntly and articulately, in his book Freedom Wears a Crown. "It requires for its fulfillment the acceptance of initial loyalty to a sovereign as opposed to allegiance simply to a system of law. Anyone who does not find the first preferable to the second is out of place in Canada. He should be an American citizen, not a...

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