Foreign News: On Canada

Two voices, quite different, quite typical, spoke, last week, in England.

Canadian Voice. The Vice Chancellor of Oxford University sat attentively in a reserved seat, surrounded by the more or less hoary Doctors, Proctors and Heads of Houses. Supported in the rear by a begowned mass of the lesser learned, Sir Robert Falconer, President of Toronto University, delivered a professorial lecture.

His address was on Canada and her nationalist spirit, was delivered under the title: The United States as a Neighbor. He voiced the attitude of his country, often taken for granted or ignored in the U.S., the attitude of a nation conscious...

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