In This Review

Britain and Canada: Survey of a Changing Relationship
Britain and Canada: Survey of a Changing Relationship
Edited by Peter Lyon
Frank Cass, 1976, 191 pp.

The fact that this volume is the first to examine Canada's relations with Great Britain in many years, while U.S.-Canadian studies breed like rabbits, is in itself a commentary on how the meaning has drained from what was once the Dominion's most important external tie. The essays, by Canadian and British scholars and public figures, are of high quality.