Canada's Future

Campbell, Alex
March 1968
New Republic;3/9/68, Vol. 158 Issue 10, p15
Discusses prospects of Canadian politics after completion of tenure of Prime Minister Lester Pearson in April 1968. Chances of Justice Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to succeed Pearson; Impact of possible chances of Trudeau succeeding Pearson on foreign relations between Canada and the U.S.; Domination of the U.S. corporations in the Canadian business industry; Effect of the developments on French and English Canadians in Quebec Province; Views of Canada against the Vietnam War; Prediction that the next Canadian prime minister after Lester Pearson may be a French Canadian, but if he wants to hold Canada together he will have to work closely with the organization Toronto Establishment.


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