CANADA: Prairie Lawyer

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On a screened porch in the residence of the U.S. ambassador in green and summery Ottawa, two tall, greying men stood elbow to elbow one evening last week, each intent upon the other. While cocktail-party chatter echoed in other rooms, John George Diefenbaker, the Prime Minister of Canada, talked, gestured, sipped from a glass of orange juice. John Foster Dulles, the U.S. Secretary of State, cradled a rye highball in his hand as he nodded, smiled, listened. Thus casually, top officials of the world's two most neighborly nations began to explore...

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