THE SHAPE of things to come in Canada in 1943 is crystallizing rapidly. Those who think it is high time Canada got into this war “for keeps” should not be disappointed. For Mr. and Mrs. Citizen on Main Street the new program which Donald Gordon has been asked to take on—the wiping out of civilian nonessential industry—is the most portentous.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK9 min
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