GREAT BRITAIN: Foundation for Good Will

Britain's Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, telling the House of Commons last week about his recent trip to the U.S. and Canada, delivered a sensible sermon on Anglo-American understanding:

"Perhaps I may be allowed here one observation on the nature of our relations generally with the Government and people of the United States. I think it is a mistake to try to base these relations mainly upon sentiment. We may not always like each other very much. I think it is a mistake to try to base them on common origins, common parentage, even common language, because these will be occasions...

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