CANADA: The Easiest Trip

John Foster Dulles, who has traveled some 200,000 miles since becoming U.S. Secretary of State, had never made the easiest possible diplomatic trip: the hop across the border for an official visit to Canada. Last week, while the controversy over the Yalta papers boiled up at home (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), Dulles acted on a long-standing invitation and flew to Ottawa for a two-day stay as the guest of Governor-General Vincent Massey.

Bursts of Applause. Few of Ottawa's many recent diplomatic visitors excited so much advance interest. Ever since he joined the Eisenhower Cabinet, Dulles and his policies have...

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