Will Canada Join the U.S.A.?
Tags: INTERNATIONAL economic integration; UNITED States -- Foreign economic relations; UNITED States -- Foreign relations -- 1933-1945; CANADA -- Foreign relations -- 1914-1945; GREAT Britain -- Foreign economic relations; GREAT Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1936-1945
- The Week. // New Republic;7/24/35, Vol. 83 Issue 1077, p289
Comments on several political and economic issues. Refusal of Great Britain and the U.S. to apply economic boycott to Italy in case it goes to war; Intensification of lobbying against the legislative bill calling for the elimination of unnecessary utility holding companies; Evaluation of the...
- Britain and the United States. Glover, William B. // New Republic;5/14/45, Vol. 112 Issue 20, p679
Presents a letter to the editor about animosity that exists between the respective members of the British Commonwealth of Nations and United States.
- SHOULD THE UNITED STATES ESTABLISH AN ALLIANCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN? PRO. // Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep38, Vol. 17 Issue 8/9, p205
Presents the views of English author H. Beloc in favor of the Anglo-American alliance. Threat of rivals wanting to get hold of wealth; Increase in the magnitude of regular toll in the Far East; Plan of the Japanese to use force of arms and impede trade with the Far East; Importance of United...
- SHOULD THE UNITED STATES ESTABLISH AN ALLIANCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN? CON. // Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep38, Vol. 17 Issue 8/9, p216
Presents argument against naval alliance between United States and Great Britain. Involvement of United States in the World War without any motive of territorial aggrandizement; Disappointing experience of United States at the hands of Great Britain and France; Double crossing by Great Britain...
- SHOULD THE UNITED STATES ESTABLISH AN ALLIANCE WITH GREAT BRITAIN? CON. // Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep38, Vol. 17 Issue 8/9, p219
Presents the views of Stephen Peacock that friendly association between peoples of different countries brings closer harmony than formal alliances. Discussion in British newspapers about "Americanization of Canada"; Similarities of Canada and America in terms of weather, language, and culture;...
- We Will Win the Last Battle: OUR ANCIENT BUILDINGS ARE AS NOTHING COMPARED TO SPIRITUAL THINGS. Lord Halifax // Vital Speeches of the Day;6/1/41, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p495
Presents the text of the speech delivered by Lord Halifax, British Ambassador to the United States, before the Minneapolis Rotary Club at the Hotel Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 9, 1941, about the Second World War.
- Which Way Canada? Cohen, Maxwell // New Republic;3/16/38, Vol. 94 Issue 1215, p154
Discusses the foreign policy of Canada towards the United States. Economic and social considerations of the foreign policy; Political participation of its provinces; Events in Quebec most disturbing to Canadian liberals; Ignorance of the citizens on the foreign policy; Opposition to the official...
- SHACKLING PRISONERS. Lanza, Conrad H. // America;10/24/1942, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p67
The article presents facts about the retaliatory actions taken by Germany, Canada and Great Britain against each other, which were considered violations of the Rules of War. On August 19, 1942, the Germans found a British order directing that German prisoners taken during the battle be shackled....
- Casablanca communique. // Casablanca Communique;2009, p1
Presents the text of the Casablanca Communique, issued by the US Department of State on January 30, 1943. Attendance at a meeting between the United States and Great Britain; Purposes of the meeting; Involvement of Russia in the proceedings; Other statements.