Canada In Crises—As Seen By An Australian
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 20 Feb 1941, p. 356-369
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Canada In Crises—As Seen By An Australian

The speaker's description and impressions of Canada. The speaker's native Australia. Comparisons between Canada, England, and Australia. What fascinates the speaker about Canada. The strategic significance of Canada. The speaker's belief that Canadians are not governing their own country. Four other peoples that are determining Canada's history more than Canadians. A discussion of how Germany, Great Britain, the United States, and Asia are affecting Canada's policy and way of life. Some suggestions for Canada and her future. The speaker's vision of Canada as "she stretches out one hand to the little old Islands that are the shrine of everything we cherish and revere, and the other hand to the great husky Republic that with us is striving through the same environment." The character and morality of Canada. A plea for tremendous faith in Canada, and for rock-bottom devotion to the sterling qualities of right living and clean thinking and hard striving.