Canada: Cooling Advice

The highly emotional flavor of Canada's new sense of economic nationalism has sent temperatures rising on both sides of the border. Last week Montreal Lawyer Robert M. Fowler, who as president of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association speaks for Canada's No. 1 export industry, told Canadians to cool off. "In Canada," said Fowler with some warmth, "the simplest way for a public speaker to catch the headlines is to give a rousing speech which masquerades as rugged, independent Canadianism but is really no more than anti-Americanism. This is a cheap and easy...

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