The Moving Finger Writes, But What Does It Write
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 30 Apr 1942, p. 396-407

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The Moving Finger Writes, But What Does It Write

A review of the past year. How our live are affected by the war. The sanction and enforcement of action resting on public opinion, on the people. An evaluation of Canada's war effort. The kind of world we want after the war. What we mean by a "different world." Conditions the troops might find when they come home. What the troops found when they came home after the first World War. Views on the Pan-America question. The Quebec problem. Thinking in stereotypes. Getting caught up in domestic problems. Asking ourselves what we mean when we talk about Canada being a great country. The speaker concludes by offering words of appreciation for the encouragement he has received during his year as President.