Our Common Mission
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 21 Apr 1955, p. 283-294
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Our Common Mission

The mission of our two countries (Canada and the United States) in today's world. The sharing of a common resource—the electric power of the magnificent spillway of the St. Lawrence River. Two nations that have attained the highest level of foreign relations known to civilization. The United States and Canada far more a product of religion and education than of politics or war. Some remarks on the state of world politics. Making membership in a free community of nations more attractive and more advantageous than servitude in any Communist empire. A beginning in the Philippines and other parts of the Pacific; also in Latin America. Making it clear that freedom and prosperity go together. Freedom in its various forms in different countries. The need to work together. The situation in China and Formosa. Canada as an example of diverse races with different languages living together in peace. Canada and America claiming the privileges and assuming the burdens.