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By Alexander Brady
Scribner, 1932
381 pp. $5.00

The primary purpose of this successor to Siegfried's classic work on "Le Canada, les Deux Races" is to examine her international position and the springs of her foreign policy. The author regrets the increasing "Americanization" of Canada, though he recognizes the vitality of such countervailing influences as British parliamentary institutions and the Catholicism of the French third of the population.

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