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Canada and the United States: Enduring Friendship, Persistent Stress
Canada and the United States: Enduring Friendship, Persistent Stress
Edited by Charles F. Doran and John H. Sigler
Prentice Hall, 1985, 256 pp
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Seven substantial, data-filled essays prepared for a conference convened by the American Assembly and the Council on Foreign Relations. Noteworthy are Seymour Martin Lipset's long review of the scholarly literature on cultural differences, J. L. Granatstein's analysis of political relations since 1945, and Lynton K. Caldwell's discussion of "responsibilities for a shared environment." The final report of the conference is appended; it identifies fresh water as the major long-range resource issue on the continent.