Maheux, L'Abbe Arthur
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Some words on the speaker's travels. Feeling deeply Canadian after having visited foreign countries. The speaker's travels in Canada. The spirit of co-operation that the speaker found in his Canadian travels. A look at the words of "O Canada." Some historical conflicts between English and French-speaking Canadians. An examination of the problems and conflicts with regard to French-Canadian participation in the war. After the war, what of Canadians? A look at Canadian unity. The need for an interior victory over our divisions, found in establishing spiritual ties between the two major groups of Canada. Some examples of such ties. Ways in which to make Canada glorious as well as victorious. A suggested program of action which may take us on the road to Glory, with a discussion of each step in the program. First, discarding a disruptive force, the one that exists in the sense of race. Second, English and French Canadians retaining their distinctive culture. Third, "French and English in Canada should combine to establish a broader freedom and security than either could achieve alone." Fourth, Canada setting an example to the rest of the world.