CANADA: Three Years After

"I am here simply as a friend from a friendly country," said Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker last week, as he arrived in Washington for a 21-hour visit with President Eisenhower. His words were the more welcome by contrast with the insults streaming in from Moscow. At the White House Dief and Ike conferred for 2½ hours, and at a black-tie dinner both toasted the warmth of U.S.-Canadian relations—which are all the warmer because they have been brought about on Canada's side by a leader who is avowedly a Canada-firster.

Three years ago this week...

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