CANADA: Plain Talk Between Friends

Frankness, said the President of the U.S. last week to the Canadian Parliament, "is a measure of friendship." By that measure, relations between Canada and the U.S. had rarely moved on a friendlier level. Dwight Eisenhower bluntly defended some U.S. policies that had offended Canadians; on other points he offered significant concessions. But the major achievement of President Eisenhower's visit was simply the warm and easy relationship that he and Prime Minister John Diefenbaker of Canada developed in three days of close association.

Ike & Dief. From the time the President and...

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