Friends So Different: Essays On Canada And The United States In The 1980s

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Friends So Different: Essays On Canada And The United States In The 1980s

Edited by Lansing Lamont and J. Duncan Edmonds
University of Ottawa Press (for the Americas Society), 1989
318 pp.
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Twenty-five essays, originally presented as talks at the Canadian affairs program of the Americas Society. The authors are Canadian and American, academic and governmental. They tell us what were the important issues of a decade: trade, environment, cultural tension, different perspectives on international politics.

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