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STRONG BRITAIN AND U.S. Parliamentary Reporter. WELLINGTON, this day. "If we wish for world security and hope of peace, we must look for a strong Britain and a strong United States of America," said Mr. Morton (Nat., Waitemata) in the United Nations Charter debate in the House of Representatives last evening. Any man who denied the reasonable claims of America in the Pacific did a disservice. It was good for the peace of the world that America should be there, and he hoped that Britain would not undertake any more territorial responsibilities as a result of the war.

One of the major problems would be the North African colonies and he could only hope that Britain would not be called upon administer, or take any part in looking after those countries. It was England, not Russia or the United States who saved the world, and the world would look to England for the future peace.

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WORLD PEACE NEED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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WORLD PEACE NEED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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