Mr. St. Laurent:
Frequently invitations come to Canadians to visit places in the United States and to speak there, and I think it would be quite unusual and quite unfortunate if there were any attempt by either government to censor what might be said by a person who receives and accepts such an invitation. I know that Canadians who receive and accept such invitations are conscious of the delicacy of their position, and I would hope that any citizen of the United States who received and accepted an invitation to speak in Canada would be equally conscious of the delicacy of the situation that might be created if he went beyond what would be generally looked upon as reasonable bounds.
Subtopic: SENATOR MCCARTHY
Sub-subtopic: REPRESENTATIONS TO UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ON PROPOSED VISIT