Canada: With a Confident Air

Like a Canaveral countdown, Canadian newspapers were counting off Lester Pearson's promised "60 days of decision." They were already two weeks along, and Canadians who suspected that Pearson would prove more effective as a Prime Minister than as a campaigner have so far been proved right. His new Cabinet met four times in the first week. Newsmen clogged the corridors scribbling furiously to catch all that was being said about new capital funds for regional development, new ideas to promote industry, new enthusiasm for tariff cutting in international trade. Buoyant and assured, he...

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