CANADA: No Pushing

Canadians are ever conscious of the "colossus of the South." Last week at a Pilgrim Society dinner in Manhattan, Secretary of State for External Affairs Lester Bowles Pearson pronounced the current Canadian view of the colossus:

"Fortunately we in Canada, with a great neighbor across the border . . . are spared . . . the pushing and squeezing to which smaller countries in less fortunate parts of the world are subjected these days by their powerful neighbors. We appreciate our good fortune.

"Our position, our resources, our interest and our ideals are such that whatever the journey that lies ahead...

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