IT WILL need months, perhaps years, to get the proper perspective of Prime Minister King’s famous speech to the Lords and Commoners in London. But the early Ottawa reaction among political friend and foe alike is that the Prime Minister made one of the most brilliant and possibly one of the momentous utterances of his long political career.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK6 min
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