CANADA: Truck with the Yankees

CANADA Truck with the Yankees

There has been more talk this year of Canadian-American friction than at any time since 1911, when a Dominion election was fought, in part, on the issue of "no truck nor trade with the Yankees." The 1951 disagreements, ranging from policy in Asia to the St. Lawrence seaway, have obscured the quiet work of the men who are meshing the two nations' military resources. In three bits of incidental news last week, there was ample evidence that their work is going well: ¶The U.S. Government is acting as purchasing agent for Canada to procure restricted...

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